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The Office of Student Conduct, Rights and Responsibilities administers the Student Conduct Code (California Code of Regulations Title 5, Section 41301). Matters relating to student conduct and violations of the Student Conduct Code should be referred to this office. Issue are addressed in a manner to facilitate the ethical development of students, encourage respect for the campus community, and hold students accountable for violations of the Student Conduct Code.

Meet the Staff

James Carroll, Director

James joined the staff at CSUEB in January 2017 and is honored to be a Pioneer! He received his BA degree in Consumer Affairs & Business and his MS degree in Student Affairs in Higher Education, both from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. He’s originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (Go Steelers!) where he worked primarily in residence life (with some time in orientation and academic advising). Prior to East Bay, he worked for 13 ½ years at UC Berkeley in residence life. As a first generation college student, James is passionate about “giving back” and supporting students as they realize their possibilities and create change in the world! Outside of work, you will find him spending time with his spouse and their dogs, BBQing or dining out, and day trips to wine country!

Favorite Quote: “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.” ~ Martin Luther King, Jr.

Karen Anderson, Administrative Assistant

Karen has been working on campus since October 2008. She has been in the office of Student Conduct since January 2012. Prior to working on campus, she worked in retail at Mervyns department store, and their corporate headquarters for many years. Outside of work, she loves to travel, especially to Disneyland!!!!!

Favorite Quote: “All you need is love!” ~ The Beatles

Student Learning Outcomes

As a result of a student's interaction with the Office of Student Conduct, Rights and Responsibilities, students will be able to:

  • Understand how the Standards for Student Conduct contribute to the well-being of the university community
  • Understand the student's responsibilities as a community member.
  • Articulate the student's ethical obligations as a student and a professional.
  • Articulate the student's reasoning behind positive and negative behavioral choices.
  • Develop the student's ability to recognize and evaluate alternative courses of action.
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