There are many opportunities for members of the Rutgers-New Brunswick community to join us in creating a safe, civil campus environment. If you are interested in opportunities on the Newark campus, contact the Office of Community Standards & Student Development at 973-353-5063. If you are interested in opportunities on the Camden campus, contact the Office of Community Standards at 856-225-6050
The Scarlet Honor Council
The Scarlet Honor Council is a a team of students who serve on the University Hearing Board and Campus Appeals Committee. Council members also educate the University community on academic integrity and other ethical issues.
The Council is open to all Rutgers-New Brunswick students. For more information, see The Scarlet Honor Council.
Faculty and Staff University Hearing Board Members
The University Hearing Board is composed of faculty, staff, and student members of the Scarlet Honor Council. The Hearing Board hears cases of alleged student misconduct. The board determines whether the accused student has violated University policy and, if so, recommends a sanction.
Members of the University Hearing Board may also serve on the Campus Appeals Committee, which considers appeals from students contesting the outcome of their disciplinary cases.
The University Hearing Board is open to all Rutgers-New Brunswick faculty and staff. A training session is required. Interested parties should complete an interest form. A member of the Student Conduct staff will contact you about training.
Campus Advisors are volunteers who help members of the University community navigate the disciplinary system. Advisors can:
- help community members understand the disciplinary process
- provide support and advice
- help complaint parties and accused students prepare for hearings and other disciplinary proceedings
- help students prepare appeals
Any member of the Rutgers-New Brunswick community is eligible to become a Campus Advisor. A training session is required. For more information, please complete an interest form. A member of the Student Conduct staff will contact you about training.
Academic Integrity Facilitators
Academic Integrity Facilitators (AIFs) are academic staff or faculty who educate students and faculty concerning the Academic Integrity Policy. AIFs assist faculty in investigating and adjudicating allegations of minor violations of academic integrity. A training session is required. For more information, please complete an interest form. A member of the Student Conduct staff will contact you about training.