Join us at our upcoming Restorative Justice Center Open House. Confirm your attendance by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
We are actively seeking volunteers to serve as campus partners for the Restorative Justice center. Please email SCCS for information on how to become a partner.
Restorative Justice Center Coming Fall 2019!Student Conduct and Community Standards is working to develop a Restorative Justice (RJ) program that can be made available for students when they are referred for allegedly violated some of the policies outlined in the Code. RJ is used nationwide at colleges and universities to resolve student conflict and incidents. Institutions like Skidmore College, Brown University, University of Florida, Siena College, University of Kentucky, University of Texas- El Paso, University of Michigan, Canisius College, and more all have RJ Programs.
Restorative Justice repairs harm done by an action.
The goal is to work with all individuals (harmed and accused) to come to a resolution. Restoration can be utilized through restorative justice circles, mediation, conferences, conflict management and even through letter writing.
Join us for monthly Restorative Justice Community Cirlces:
2019- November 6th, December 3 and December 4th
2020- February 5th, March 4th, April1st
Neumann Hall- Classroom
Bishop Hall- Multipurpose Room
Porter Hall- 8832
Cassety Hall- Wellness Room (B16)
Tower 1, 3, and 4- 10th Floor Lounges
Moore Complex- Lounge
STAC- 2nd Floor Elevator Lounge
North Wing- First Floor Lounge
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