Resources

The Student Conduct Office offers community members a variety of resources on issues related to conduct, conflict, and supporting a safe, caring campus community.

Student Conduct Office Videos


How to Apologize

Calling In and Boundary Setting

Student Conduct Office Written Resources


Calling-in and Boundary Setting

How can you respond when someone says something harmful? This resource provides overviews of calling in and boundary setting, two strategies we can use to respectfully and assertively address our concerns with others.

Check out Bystander Intervention Training to learn more about calling in and boundary setting. 

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Conflict Styles Overview

What are conflict styles? Conflict styles are an analytical framework we can use to better understand and manage disagreements and misunderstandings.

To learn about conflict styles in greater depth, register for a Conflict Coaching or Exploring Conflict Styles session.

Take a look at the Conflict Styles Overview

Managing Conflict Online

Do your conflicts get worse when you address them online? We hope these tips will help make communicating your concerns online easier and more productive.

Participate in Bystander Intervention Training, The Comments Section and Conflict Management 101 to further explore this topic.

Tips for Managing Conflict Online

Student Conduct Office Infographic

Are you curious about what we are and what we do? Take a look at the Student Conduct Office Infographic to learn more about our mission and processes.

To learn more about the Student Conduct Office and the policies we administer, send us an email or sign-up for The Comments Section.

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Student Conduct in the Virtual Classroom

Following rules of conduct in the online classroom helps create a safe and respectful learning environment for everyone. Please familiarize yourself with university policy and the following guidelines - we all have a role to play in maintaining a caring campus community.

Register in Bystander Intervention Training to further explore this topic. 

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Tips On How To Apologize

Did you know there are certain words that don’t belong in apologies, like “but” and “if”? Learn the reasons behind this and get more advice on how to offer true apologies by reviewing this resource.

To learn more about offering true apologies, register for Conflict Management 101.

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External Resources


“Brene Brown on Blame” by RSA

For many of us, blame is our go-to strategy when something bad happens. But blaming is often unproductive, and it can be hard on relationships. This video offers suggestions on how we can share our concerns in healthy ways.

For more information on healthy communication, register for Conflict Management 101 and Understanding Anger sessions.

Watch the video here

"Brene Brown on Empathy" by RSA

What is empathy? How can empathy make your relationships stronger? Dr. Brene Brown, a researcher on vulnerability, answers these questions and more in less than three minutes.

Check out Conflict Management 101 and Understanding Anger sessions to learn more about empathy.

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"It’s Not About the Nail" by Jason Headly

Are you a fixer? Is that how you show others you care about them? While fixing can be helpful, sometimes folks who are going through a difficult time just want someone to listen to them.  

To learn more about the power of listening, participate in Conflict Management 101.

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Staying Safe Online

Finding ways to stay safe online is more important than ever. Cybersecurity attacks are on the rise, but so are unique and innovative ways to secure our online presence. Learn more by accessing this list of online safety resources we’ve compiled.

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"The Price of Shame" by Monica Lewinsky

How can we prevent and respond to online harassment? In her TED Talk, Monica Lewinski, an anti-cyberbullying activist, speaks about the power of clicking with compassion.

Sign-up for Bystander Intervention Training and The Comments Section to examine what clicking with compassion looks like.

Watch the video here