STUDENT ADVOCACY &SUPPORT CORPS!
If you need help, all you need to do is ASC!
Whether you have already received a letter accusing you of cheating on an exam or breaking the Code of Conduct, or just have any questions about what rights you have and don’t have, we are here to help!
WHO WE ARE
Let’s say you’ve been charged with violating the Code of Conduct. In almost all official GW adjudicative proceedings, you are entitled to have an advisor of your choosing present at each step of the process. This person can be a friend, family member, lawyer, or anyone who will be there to support you in this stressful time.
Thanks to the Student Association, the Student Advocacy & Support Corps (ASC) is here to help fulfill that role!
The ASC is a team of four undergraduate students who aim to better advise and inform their peers of their on-campus
rights and be an attentive resource in times of high stress and uncertainty. This optional service, established through the SA, will provide access to peer advisors who can be present in all stages of the conduct resolution process to students in need, which is their right under Title IX, Section J, Subsection VIII of the Code of Student Conduct.
We are well-read on the Code of Conduct, have been through intense training with the help of Student Rights & Responsibilities, and have your best interests at heart. We can walk you through the conduct resolution process, help plan your best course of action, answer any questions you have, and be present with you in meetings with conduct officials to ensure fair and equal treatment.
Whether you have already received a letter accusing you of cheating on an exam or breaking the Code of Conduct, or just have any questions about what rights you have and don’t have, come to our office hours in Marvin 427!
For any questions, reach out to the Director of Student Advocacy at email@example.com or click the contact us button below!
To advise and inform students of their on-campus rights and be an attentive resource at every step of the conduct resolution process regardless of any alleged misconduct, ensuring fairness and transparency in all proceedings.
To promote and advocate on behalf of students engaged in personal disputes with the university or one of its offices and educate students on navigating specific university policies and office frameworks to best serve their inquiries.
Members of the ASC are available to meet with you throughout the week at the times listed below. All office hours are held in the Student Association Executive Cabinet office, located in Marvin 427. You can also email Todd Neblett, Director of Student Advocacy, to book an appointment.
MONDAYS: 4:00 - 5:00 p.m. (Evan Engel), 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. (Owen Park)
FRIDAYS: 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. (Noah Osterlitz), 4:00.- 5:00 p.m. (Evan Engel)