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Organization Number: 4710
First Registered On: 03-08-2010
Last Registered On: 04-10-2013
Officially Sponsored by Dean of Students
Purpose: The SCAC provides the peer perspective on matters of student conduct and academic integrity at The University of Texas at Austin. The SCAC has a three-tiered purpose for supporting the University conduct system's principles: (a) ADVICE by providing input and feedback on issues relating to student conduct and academic integrity to the Office of the Dean of Students - Student Judicial Services; (b) ADVOCACY by providing educational outreach to University students, faculty, and staff; and (c) ADVANCEMENT by exploring new and innovative ways to increase student awareness of and involvement in the University's conduct system.
Membership: The SCAC is comprised of a diverse group of students committed to encouraging moral development on campus. There are six standing members which include two representatives from the Senate of College Councils (including the chair of the Academic Integrity Committee), two representatives from Student Government, one representative from the Graduate Student Assembly, and one representative from the Student Judicial Board of the University's Division of Housing and Food Service. Each standing representative is to be nominated by their respective organization with membership to be approved by the SCAC student chair and staff advisor. In addition to the standing members, several students will also be selected as "at large" members from across the University's student population. "At large" members will be selected by the committee following a written application and personal interview process. All student members must be currently enrolled in good standing with the University and maintain a cumulative 2.5 grade point average. Students who have previously participated in the University's conduct process are encouraged to apply. The committee is facilitated by two chairs: a student chair selected via an application process and an administrative chair who serves as a full-time staff member of Student Judicial Services and advisor to the SCAC. Other leadership positions will be appointed at the discretion of the SCAC co-chairs. Other members of the Office of the Dean of Students' professional staff will be invited to join the committee at the discretion of the Dean of Students. Committee appointments are to last one year. Students already serving on the committee who wish to remain for additional academic year(s) may be required to formally reapply each year. Committee members will be selected in the spring semester for service extending through the fall and spring semesters of the following academic year.
Functions: While the SCAC will provide assistance with IntegrityUT Week, sponsored by the Senate of College Councils Academic Integrity Committee, the committee has no plans for regularly occurring major events. The committee is centered around students committed to encouraging moral development on campus and who have an interest in the University's conduct system.
Organization Type: Special Interest
Phone: (512) 471-2841
Representatives: (Name, Title)
Campus Office Address: SSB 4.104
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