About Us

General Information:
Hearings typically take place during the evenings, Mondays through Thursdays, and occasionally during business hours.  A conduct administrator serves as a procedural advisor to the Student Conduct Board while the student members hear the case, deliberate on alleged violations and render sanctions. Interested students do not need prior experience to serve on the Student Conduct Board, however, there is an extensive selection and training program required for all Student Conduct Board members.

Eligibility Requirements:
1. Must have completed his/her freshman year prior to sitting on first case. Transfer, Graduate or Law students must have completed one full semester/quarter at Northeastern.
2. Must not be on any form of probation during their time of service (academic or disciplinary).
3. Must have a GPA of at least 2.5.
4. Must attend all mandatory training sessions.
5. All majors are welcome. Graduate, undergraduate, Law, International, and continuing education students are needed.

Application Deadline: Friday, January 12, 2018

Applications for 2018-2019 Selection will be made available on OrgSync to "interested students" on October 31, 2016.  Northeastern students can “join us” on OrgSync through your MyNEU portal to become an "interested student". 

The application process includes:

  • Submitting your on-line application through OrgSync 
  • An Individual Interview with a staff member in OSCCR - will be scheduled after we review your application.  We start interviewing candidates in November.
  • Participation in a Group Process Interview in January 


Our Links:

  • Office of Student Conduct & Conflict Resolution
  • NU Home
  • Contact Us:

    Shoot us an email : osccr@neu.edu
    Or give us a call : 617.373.4390

    We'd love to answer any questions you may have about joining the Student Conduct Board or the Code of Student Conduct in general!

    Join Us on OrgSync

    Northeastern students can learn more about the applications process by joining us on OrgSync which is accessible through the MyNEU Portal. SCB Applications are being accepted now for our Spring 2016 selection process.