Get Involved

Student Rights & Responsibilities (SRR) offers a variety of opportunities each year for students, faculty, and staff to get involved in the student conduct process.

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Volunteer Opportunities

University Integrity and Conduct Council Member

Position Type: Volunteer

Position Specific Summary:  The University Integrity and Conduct Council (UICC) reviews reports of academic and non-academic misconduct by students and student organizations. Members are trained to interpret the Code of Academic Integrity and the Code of Student Conduct and play an integral role in fostering development and growth among students at GW. Cases may include cheating, community disturbance, discrimination, non-compliance, physical abuse, plagiarism and violations involving drugs and alcohol.

Benefits of Involvement:

  • Develop active listening skills and enhance critical thinking skills.
  • Gain experience working in a collaborative decision-making setting.
  • Gain experience with managing confidential information.
  • Enhance organization, time management, and decision-making skills.
  • Practice interpreting policy in the practical application of community standards.


Undergraduate and graduate GW students, including part-time and online students may serve on the UICC. (Interested faculty and staff should email [email protected]).

  • Minimum GPA of 2.8.
  • Ability to attend training before Fall classes begin and participate in remote training during the summer. Contact SRR if accommodations are needed.
  • No active conduct cases and a positive review of any prior misconduct reports.
  • Successful completion of application and interview process.

Employment Opportunities

Undergraduate Office Assistant

Position Type: Federal Work Study (approximately 7 hours a week)

Position Specific Summary: The Office Assistant in SRR is an integral member of the staff and assists in the daily operations of the office. The Office Assistant will work closely with SRR staff to assist office visitors, answer inquiries about policies and procedures, ensure the maintenance of confidential records, and work on special projects. 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities: 

  • Respond to student, parent, and other inquiries, as directed. 
  • Provide administrative support. 
  • Navigate the university’s case management database to create, review, and manage confidential reports. 
  • Collaborate with campus partner offices to address student misconduct. 
  • Research, analyze, and communicate current conduct trends/behavior as part of SRR and AI assessment initiatives. 
  • Assist in the development of educational initiatives about the Code of Student and the Code of Academic Integrity. 
  • Perform special projects and other work-related duties, as assigned. 

Supervision: Provided by the Administrative Assistant 

Professional Outcomes: Professional, communication, teamwork and collaboration, critical thinking and creative problem solving 

Preferred Qualifications:  

  • Willingness to learn 
  • Basic familiarity with Microsoft programs and office equipment 
  • Detail-oriented 
  • Prior experience in an office setting and/or with confidential and sensitive information.
  • Capacity to interact with a diverse array of constituencies