Join Residence Hall Judicial Board (RHJB)
RHJB consists of eight justices and a Chief Justice who are resident students. The board hears cases from the residence halls which involve repeat offenders. Our goal is to promote a safe and secure environment conducive to academic success.
Must have an established BSC GPA of 2.5 or better
Must reside on campus
Open to any major
Be available for scheduled meetings and Fridays meetings at 3:00 p.m.
Build your resume
Strengthen leadership qualities
Gain new experiences
Become objective and open-minded
Please click here to download the Application Form.
Student Conduct Leadership Opportunities – Undergraduate Students
Residence Hall Judicial Board- Student Justices –
RHJB consists of student justices and a Chief Justice who are resident students. The board hears cases from the residence halls which involve alleged policy violations. The goal is to promote a safe and secure environment conducive to academic success. Successful applicants must have an established Buffalo State GPA of 2.5 or better, must reside on campus and be available on Fridays from 3:00-6:00 pm during the academic year. Applications are available via the Residence Life website (residencelife.buffalostate.edu)
Student Conduct Leadership Opportunities – Graduate Students
Residence Hall Judicial Board Internship-
The intern will be responsible for tracking correspondences related to student conduct cases held within residence life. The intern will also be responsible for sending out correspondence on behalf of the Assistant Director of Residence Life for Student Conduct. The intern will also serve as an Assistant Procedural Administrator for the Residence Hall Judicial Board (RHJB).
Assessment Internship Description
The intern will complete research and benchmarking within SUNY and other schools that are comparable to Buffalo State; the findings of this research will help to determine best practices for Student Conduct in Residence Life. The intern will assist the Assistant Director of Residence Life for Student Conduct with special projects related to analyzing and assessing student conduct trends.
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