The Office of Student Conduct adjudicates academic and behavioral violations of the Student Conduct Code.

Department Statement
The Office of Student Conduct adjudicates academic and behavioral violations of the Student Conduct Code. We demand the highest academic and behavioral integrity and ensure community by repairing violations of trust through restorative practices and administrative resolution. Above all, we value humanity and honor identity throughout all of our processes.
The UCSB Student Conduct Code exists to support the standards of social and academic behavior to uphold an environment conducive to student learning. As Student Affairs professionals, we strive to embody the UC Santa Barbara Campus Regulations and the Student Affairs mission in what we promote to our students.
Brief Summary of Job Duties
Reporting to the Assistant Dean & Director, the Student Conduct Coordinator oversees academic and behavioral student misconduct cases. As needed, the Conduct Coordinator provides input and assistance with some of the most challenging cases of accused students struggling with a mental health issues. Acts as an assigned Student Conduct representative responsible for assessing student conduct issues off campus and recommending revisions to current initiatives and programs. Analyzes qualitative data; confers with the Senior Associate Director of Student Conduct and the Assistant Dean, as well as local officials and other campus leadership; seeks student input; and assesses environmental factors contributing to student misconduct issues in the community of Isla Vista. #LI-KA1
Minimum Requirements
Bachelor’s Degree in Education, Counseling, or other related field, or equivalent combination of education and experience. In-depth knowledge of student conduct or related field. Experience implementing policies and procedures. Demonstrated experience in student disciplinary case management, conducting investigations, developing educational sanctions in higher education (and/or related higher education student case management), working with faculty and students, and restorative practices. Must possess excellent communication (interpersonal, written and verbal) skills. Proficient in Microsoft Word and online email and calendar systems.
Desirable Qualifications
Master’s degree preferred.