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The Office of Student Accountability and Restorative Practices is committed to collaborating with partners and a large part of that collaboration is done with Faculty and Staff. If you would like to learn more about our policies and procedures review the links below, or contact us to speak with one of our staff members.

Accountability Board Membership

We rely heavily on the participation and partnership of the faculty and staff who serve as board members for out Accountability Board Case Reviews. If you would like more information about the board or how to become a member of the board, see Opportunities: Accountability Board.

Civic Learning Experience Volunteer

One of the possible sanctions a student could receive is being paired with a mentor. The mentors are Faculty, Staff, and Graduate students who will meet one-on-one with the student for a predetermined amount of hours. This program gives the student the opportunity to have a positive role model and mentor with whom they can develop a meaningful and helpful connection. For more information on becoming a mentor, see Opportunities: Civic Learning Mentor.

When students are having trouble integrating into the community, sanctioning to a site experience can help the student develop a sense of belonging at JMU. The students will be sanctioned 30 hours in an on campus site experience office that would be of interest to them and assigned a site supervisor in that office. If you would like to become a site supervisor, see Opportunities: Civic Learning Site Supervisor.

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