Now in its 9th year, the Southeastern Student Conduct Institute (SSCI) is a professional development opportunity for student conduct administrators, housing professionals, student of concern teams, and academic integrity professionals.
Join us at Life University in Marietta, Georgia for a practitioner-focused professional development opportunity!
June 28-29, 2023
College of Graduate and Undergraduate Studies
1250 Life’s Way, Building 800,
Marietta, GA United States 30060
Click here for a map of campus: https://bit.ly/3VHeMNs
June 28: Conduct Training Institute (8:30 AM – 5:00 PM)
SSCI offers a full day training institute for individuals seeking to learn more foundational knowledge related to the student conduct profession. This workshop is geared towards graduate students, new professionals, and professionals who are new to the field of student conduct.
June 28: Social (6:30 PM – 8:30 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 29: Southeastern 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 concurrent sessions where participants can choose from a number of presentations and roundtables.
The Raymond H. Goldstone Foundation has provided funding for Training Institute and SSCI registration scholarships. These scholarships are an effort to remove a financial barrier that may limit a participant’s ability to attend the event(s). If you would like to be considered for a registration scholarship(s), please complete the application form by June 9, 2023.
Click here to apply: https://bit.ly/3OwSdtr
Keynote Speaker: Dr. Bonnie Taylor
Dr. Bonnie Taylor serves as the Dean of Campus Wellness and Strategic Initiatives overseeing the Wellness Center, assessment, and strategic projects for the Division of Student Affairs.
Prior to joining the Spelman community in 2020, Dr. Taylor worked at Georgia Tech and Georgia State University as the Associate Dean of Students and Director of Student Integrity and Coordinator for Student Conduct, respectively. Dr. Taylor has over 18 years of progressive experience in student affairs in the areas of student conduct, advising student organizations, multicultural education, housing and residence life, student activities, first year student transition, training student conduct boards, student leadership development, and mentoring graduate students. She is a member of ASCA, NASPA, and SACSA, where she is actively involved in service to various committees, most recently serving as the chairperson for the 2020 ASCA Don Gehring Academy.
Dr. Taylor holds a Bachelor of Arts in Speech Communication from Muskingum University, a Master of Arts in Business Administration from King University, and a Doctorate in Education from East Tennessee State University.
In addition to providing our opening keynote address, Dr. Taylor will serve on a lunchtime panel and lead a concurrent session.
Lodging & Travel
Drury Inn and Suites: Shuttle service available to and from campus.
Additional accommodation options are available at https://bit.ly/41ZRN34.
Free parking is included with registration.
Program 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, consider the learning outcomes and how they correspond to ASCA Knowledge and Skills (https://bit.ly/3mHIdSm)
Participants at SSCI will have the opportunity to:
- Gain experience on student-centered conduct and academic integrity practices
- Engage in enriching discussions with diverse colleagues on common university issues facing student conduct professional
- Evaluate the application of established principles and best practices related to student behavior for individual campus needs
Submission period is now CLOSED.
Breakfast: Continental breakfast with hot option, coffee, tea, and juice
Lunch: Boxed lunches
Afternoon Snack: TBD
Social (6:30pm): Light hors d’oeuvres
Breakfast: Continental breakfast, coffee, tea, and juice
Lunch: Buffet lunch
Afternoon Snack: Fruit, cookies, chips, and beverages
Should you need any accommodations, please email SSCI@theasca.org. Submit all requests for accommodations by May 15, 2023 in order to provide us enough time to make arrangements.
Conduct Training Institute:
- Member: $50
- Non-Member: $75
- Student Member: $35
Southeastern Student Conduct Institute:
- Member: $100
- Non-Member: $150
- Student Member: $75