The Southeastern Student Conduct Institute (SSCI), now in its 6th year, is a professional development opportunity for student conduct administrators, housing professionals, student of concern teams and academic integrity professionals.

June 3-4, 2019

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McKimmon Conference and Training Center at NC State University.

1101 Gorman Street

Raleigh, NC 27606

Should you need any accommodations, please email 2019.SSCI@gmail.com. Please submit all requests for accommodations by May 15, 2019 in order to provide us enough time to make arrangements.


We are excited to announce Tamara Greenfield King as this year’s keynote speaker! 

King serves as the Associate Vice Provost for Student Affairs at the University of Pennsylvania. Prior to  working at Penn, King served in various roles at Washington University in St. Louis over 19 years, including Director of Student Conduct, Associate Dean of Students, and Deputy Title IX Coordinator.

King has a strong history of educating and advocating for student conduct professionals. From 2009-2010, King served as President for ASCA and from 2013-2014, she served as Chair for the Donald D. Gehring Academy. King is also a published author. Most notably, in 2016, King co-authored the published white paper: The Role of Attorneys in the Student Conduct Process and in 2013 King co-authored a chapter of The State of Student Conduct: Current Forces and Future Challenges Revisited titled Competency Eight – Administration of Student Conduct Systems.

We hope you join us as we look forward to learning from Tamara Greenfield King!


June 3: Student Conduct Boot Camp (8:30 AM – 5:00 PM)

In its 3rdyear, SSCI is offering Boot Camp. This full day Boot Camp is designed for individuals seeking to learn more foundational knowledge related to the student conduct process. This workshop is geared towards graduate students, new professionals, and professionals who are new to the field of student conduct.

June 3: Social (6:00 PM – 8:00 PM)

The social is an opportunity to network with professionals coming in from out of town prior to the Institute. It is a fun, relaxed way to meet other professionals and grab a bite to eat.

June 4: Student Conduct Institute (8:30 AM – 4:00 PM)

The Institute is a one-day professional development opportunity aimed at providing participants expertise, knowledge, and skills related to the field of student conduct. The day consists of an opening keynote address, a lunchtime panel with professionals discussing critical issues related to student conduct, and 4 concurrent sessions where participants can choose from a number of presentations and roundtables.

Registration Information

Student Conduct Boot Camp (6/3) 

$50 (ASCA Member) 

$60 (Non-Member) 

Southeastern Student Conduct Institute (6/4) 

$90 (ASCA Member) 

$100 (Non-Member) 

Both Day (6/3 & 6/4) 

$140 (ASCA Member) 

$160 (Non-Member) 


New to SSCI this year, we are introducing awards for professionals in the southeast. The three award categories are as follows (award names are links to the nomination form):

  • The Rising Star Award, recognizing an individual who is new to the field of student conduct and has exemplified excellence in the field over the past year
  • The Gold Star Award, recognizing an outstanding professional in the field of student conduct who has made significant contributions to their campus.
  • Outstanding Program of the Year, recognizing a program or service aimed at supporting their institution related to student conduct.

Nominations are due by Friday, April 5, 2019

Lodging Information

The Aloft

2100 Hillsborough Street

Raleigh, NC 27607

Cost: ~$139.00 / night

DoubleTree by Hilton Raleigh Brownstone-University*

1707 Hillsborough Street

Raleigh, NC 27605

Cost: ~$129.00 / night

*To receive the conference rate, you must book your hotel through the McKimmon Center website: https://mckimmoncenter.ncsu.edu/mctc/hotels/

University Housing**

Wolf Village Apartments

2730 Wolf Village Way

Raleigh, NC 27607

Cost: ~$60 / night

**To book your stay for University Housing, please utilize the following website: (TBD)

Parking Information

Parking passes are required if you are staying on campus. The McKimmon Center offers free parking to all participants.

Meal Information

June 3:

Breakfast: Continental breakfast, coffee, tea, and juice

Lunch: Boxed lunches

Social (6pm): Light hors d’oeuvres

June 4:

Breakfast: Continental breakfast, coffee, tea, and juice

Lunch: Buffet lunch

Snack (3pm): Fruit, cookies, chips, and beverages

*If you have any dietary restrictions that the planning committee should be aware of, please contact 2019.ssci@gmail.com.

Program Proposal

Programs sessions are intended to help education participants and provide them practical skills they can take back to their institutions. To that end, program proposals should be relevant, supported by research, and applicable to best or emerging practices within the field of student conduct.  When submitting your program proposal, you should consider the learning outcomes and how they correspond to the outcome of SSCI:

Participants at SSCI will have the opportunity to:

  1. Gain experience on student-centered conduct and academic integrity practices
  2. Engage in enriching discussions with diverse colleagues on common university issues facing student conduct professionals
  3. Evaluate the application of established principles and best practices related to student behavior for individual campus needs.

To submit a proposal: https://goo.gl/forms/scRdY7DydO8s3P1s1

Proposal Deadline: April 1, 2019