About

The Southeastern Student Conduct Institute (SSCI), now in its 8th year, is a professional development opportunity for student conduct administrators, housing professionals, student of concern teams and academic integrity professionals.

Every year, we look forward to connecting with our colleagues from across the southeast for a practitioner focused professional development opportunity. In June, SSCI will be in-person for the first time since the 2019 event. 

SSCI remains dedicated to creating a professional development experience where student conduct professionals can learn and grow in order to be the change leaders on their campus. Thank you for your commitment to your campus and our profession.


Accommodations

The Hilton Charlotte University Place (8629 J M Keynes Drive, Charlotte, NC 28262) is providing a discounted rate for SSCI guests. To utilize the discount rate, guests should reserve their stay through the hotel’s provided link. The hotel has a two night minimum stay restriction in place for the dates of the conference. If you need a one night stay, the hotel has instructed guests to make their reservations for two nights and email their confirmation numbers to Amy Stokes (amy.stokes@hilton.com). Amy will then update the reservation to be a one-night stay. Guests will not be required to prepay for the two-night reservation.

Additionally, UNC Charlotte has a reserved block of on-campus apartments that participants may reserve at a rate of $49 per night. The on-campus accommodations are a single room within a four bedroom apartment. Apartments come furnished with bed linens and towels. The apartments are also located in close proximity to the Student Union, where sessions are being held.
To reserve an on-campus room, participants will add the number of nights they would like to stay to their registration. All billing will be done through the ASCA events registration process. Guests will be emailed additional information about their on-campus stay the week prior to the event (campus map, parking instructions, check-in information, etc.)


Schedule for
June 8-9, 2022 | 9AM-5PM EDT

Wednesday, June 8 (Add-On)*
9:00 AM – 9:30 AM: Check-In & Breakfast 
9:30 AM – 4:40 PM: Training Session
12:00: Working Lunch
5:30 PM – 7:00 PM: Optional Social Time 

Thursday, June 9 (SSCI Program)
9:00 AM – 9:30 AM: Check-In & Breakfast
9:30 AM – 10:20 AM: Keynote by Jennifer Meyer Schrage, J.D.
10:30 AM – 11:20 AM: Concurrent 1
11:30 AM – 12:20 PM: Concurrent 2
12:20 PM – 1:40 PM: Lunch & Panel
1:40 PM – 2:30 PM: Concurrent 3
2:30 PM – 2:45 PM: Dessert Break
2:45 PM – 3:35 PM: Concurrent 4
3:45 PM – 4:35 PM: Concurrent 5
4:35 PM – 5:00 PM: Wrap-Up

* Note: The Conduct Training Institute on June 8 is a full-day training to provide a foundational knowledge about the field of student conduct. This is a great opportunity for graduate students, new professionals, those transitioning into a student conduct role, or those looking for a refresher.


About the Keynote Speaker:

Jennifer Meyer Schrage, J.D. (she/her) is the founder and Thought Partner Lead for resolv ED. LLC, a higher ed think tank and platform devoted to elevating innovative voices for campus solutions and social change. An attorney, educator and author, Schrage previously served in executive and senior leadership roles at the University of Michigan, most recently as the interim Associate Vice President and Senior Advisor to the Vice President for Student Life. Her work at Michigan also included directorships for both the International Center and Office of Student Conflict Resolution. Schrage was awarded the Association for Student Conduct Administration (ASCA) Award for Excellence for Significant Contributions to the Field for her collaborative work with Monita C. Thompson in developing the nationally recognized spectrum model as a framework for advancing social and restorative justice in the field of student conduct and conflict management. Schrage is a co-editor and co-author of Reframing Campus Conflict (Stylus, 2009/2020). Schrage taught at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University’s Lodestar Dispute Resolution Center and served as director of Student Judicial Services at Eastern Michigan University. Schrage came to higher education from the practice of law. She earned her law degree at the University of Arizona.