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Student Accountability and Restorative PracticesEly Center, 103800 Florida Avenue, NEWashington, DC 20002
Director & Deputy Title IX Coordinator for StudentsAmy L. Rousseau(202) 759-5598 (Videophone)(202) 651-5144 (Voice)(202) 651-5651 (Fax)
CoordinatorHillel Goldberg(202) 250 2050 (Videophone)(202) 651-5144 (Voice)(202) 651-5651 (Fax)
If a Student Conduct Board or the Coordinator of Student Accountability
decides that a student should be disciplined, the disciplinary action
should be consistent with the severity of the offense. Attempts to commit
acts prohibited by the Student Code of Conduct may be disciplined to the
same extent as completed violations. A student's disciplinary history and
prior record may be considered a factor for more severe sanctions, if
appropriate. Following are sanctions recognized by Gallaudet University;
the Board or the Coordinator of Student Accountability may implement other
sanctions instead of or in addition to those specified below:
Restorative Intake and Outcomes
- When a situation creates harms experienced by others and there is a need
for the respondent to repair the harms created by their conduct, they may
be required to complete an intake meeting with staff members in SARP. This
intake meeting will explore the means by which the harms will be addressed
based on the needs of the campus community and the harmed party, as well as
the willingness of the harmed party to participate. The Respondent will be
expected to follow through on any outcomes stemming from the intake with
the staff member including, but not limited to a facilitated dialogue,
shuttle negotiation or restorative conference. If the situation is not
appropriate for a face-to-face process, SARP staff may facilitate an
alternative approach such as an apology letter or written or signed
Conversations about Conflict
Conversations about Conflict is a one session, 2-hour program. It is meant
for students to reflect on how they deal with conflict in their
relationships with friends, roommates, family members, professors,
university staff, strangers, and even themselves. Through this one-on-one
workshop, students will be given the opportunity to assess their own
conflict style, discuss how their community is impacted by conflict, and
develop skills for future engagement in conflict. Upon completion of the
workshop, students submit a reflection paper.
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