Main Line: (540) 568-6218
Fax: (540) 568-2807


James Madison University
Student Success Center - Suite 2122
738 S. Mason St. - MSC 2901
Harrisonburg, VA 22807

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Office Hours

Monday-Friday     8:00 am – 12:00 pm & 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Inclement Weather Procedures:

When James Madison University is closed due to inclement weather or other circumstances related to student and staff safety, all appointments, meetings, and programs will be cancelled. If there is a delayed opening or early closing, they will begin at the time the University reopens.

For appointments, meetings, and programs that are cancelled, OSARP will typically reschedule or provide additional information by email or phone. If a student has not received communication from OSARP after an appointment, meeting, or program is cancelled, please contact us at (540) 568-6218 or

Information regarding James Madison University closings and delayed openings can be found at or by calling 540-433-5300.

Complete Required Sanctions

Students who have been sanctioned or required by OSARP, the Office of Equal Opportunity, or the Honor Council to complete an educational program or workshop should visit our “Complete Required Sanctions” page for more information.

University Disciplinary Record Verifications

Applications for graduate school, transferring to another institution, employment, or campus activities and programs may ask for information regarding a student’s university disciplinary record. This includes background checks for government agencies, state bar associations, and other external entities. For more information, see our Frequently Asked Question: “How does a university disciplinary record affect application to graduate school, study aboard, government employment, etc.?

Call or email our office if you need to verify the university disciplinary record for a student or if you need our office to release your university disciplinary record to a third-party.

Outreach Programs & Educational Presentations

Looking for a unique learning experience for your organization, club, team, or even yourself? Our staff members are available to facilitate workshops and educational programs for students, faculty and staff and have delivered presentations throughout the University at all levels. Presentations can be tailored to suit the needs and expectations of the particular audience. Topics from past presentations include:

  • General Information about OSARP Policies & Processes
  • JMU Student Handbook
  • Substance Education
  • Values Education
  • Restorative Justice
  • Facilitated Dialogue
  • Conflict Coaching
  • Program Assessment
  • Student Development

Please contact our office at least three weeks prior to the desired presentation date.

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