- About Student Life
- Parents & Family
- Faculty, Staff & Advisors
In order to strengthen OSU’s process for adjudicating allegations of academic misconduct, a Task Force was assembled November 2015. The Task Force had three core objectives: develop a policy that 1) provides appropriate levels of due process for students; 2) creates a more efficient policy for faculty; and, 3) generates greater consistency in how academic misconduct cases are handled across the university.
The Task Force has handed off its recommendations to the Faculty Senate Academic Regulations Committee (ARC). ARC invites feedback on the proposed AR 15 revisions and will present a revised AR 15 to Faculty Senate for vote at an upcoming Senate meeting.
Please use this link Academic Misconduct (AR 15) Feedback to provide feedback on the current and proposed versions of AR 15, the Academic Regulation governing issues of academic misconduct.
The role of the Office of Student Life is to holistically help students in transition, build community campus wide, and empower students on their path toward becoming citizens of the world. Student Life staff assists students in the resolution of problems and concerns, provides information about and referral to campus resources, and promotes initiatives that address students' needs and interests. We also serve as a resource for parents, families, faculty, and staff in supporting student success from their orientation session through the graduation.
It is an honor to have the opportunity to support students on their journey towards their personal and professional goals. In Student Life, we take this honor seriously and strive to serve Beaver Nation with integrity, purpose, and care.
Associate Vice Provost for Student Affairs and Interim Dean of Student Life