Office of Student Conflict Resolution

Want to get involved? You've come to the right place!  There are multiple ways to get involved with the Office of Student Conflict Resolution and the conflict resolution process.

Employment & Volunteer Opportunities

Work at OSCR

Volunteer Opportunities & Practicum

Student Conflict Resolution Advisory Board​

Serving in the Conflict Resolution Process


Resolution Officer

Student Resolution Panelist

The Statement Amendment Language (1/20/16)

Statement of Student Rights and Responsibilities

2015-16 Amendment Process

Amendment Proposals were due to OSCR by November 2, 2015. The Student Relations Advisory Committee (SRAC) is currently reviewing the following amendments for recommendation to Vice President for Student Life E. Royster Harper and President Mark Schlissel. The current Statement language can be found at

Five Ways to Get Involved: Statement Amendment Process

Attend a Community Event!

Join us in a discussion about the Statement and proposed amendments!

-September 17th, 3-5 PM @ 1116 Duderstadt Center

-October 1st, 3-5 PM @ 5240 Weill Hall

-October 7th, 3-5PM @ West Quad Connector

Cover of the Statement of Student Rights and Responsibilities

Giving Opportunities

Students navigating college in today’s global and national environment are challenged with finding tools, strategies, and language to bridge divides in order to solve our most pressing problems.  The Office of Student Conflict Resolution (OSCR) is uniquely situated to assist our students in learning critical skills for engaging in difficult dialogues and transforming conflict. 

OSCR Student Facilitators by the Cube with SAB in the background.

Faculty Involvement

Faculty can support OSCR by mentioning its services and contact information in syllabus and as relevant in interactions with students.