SSCI is on the move to NC State
The Southeastern Student Conduct Institute will be taking place in Raleigh, NC at NC State on June 13th and 14th.
About the Institute
The Southeastern Student Conduct Institute is a one-day professional development event for housing and conduct administrators, student of concern teams and academic integrity professionals.
Pre-Conference Boot Camp (6/13)
- $50 (ASCA Member)
- $60 (Non-Member)
Southeastern Student Conduct Institute (6/14)
- $90 (ASCA Member)
- $100 (Non-Member)
Registration is available through the ASCA website.
On campus apartment-style housing is available to reserve here.
- The rate will be $45.00 per night
- Each apartment will accommodate 4 guests
- 4 private bedrooms and 2 shared bathrooms
- Parking permits are required and can be purchased from NC State's transportation office
Hotels near NC State
Information about hotels near NC State is available. There is a special discount rate for individuals attending the conference. When reserving your room state that you are attending SSCI.
The closest two hotels to the conference center are:
- Aloft Raleigh
Both hotels are located on Hillsborough St., which is the main street on the north side of campus.
Parking passes are required if you are staying on campus. However, the conference center has free parking and is across the street (about a .6 mile walk).
This year the institute is looking to feature 50 minute sessions on trends and hot topics including but not limited to: Behavioral Intervention/Care Teams, Mental Health, Title IX, Hazing, Academic Integrity, Residential Student Conduct, and Working with Special Populations.
Notification of selected presentations will be made by mid-April. If you have any questions please call 915-515-1292 or email 2018.SSCI@gmail.com.
Student affairs professionals will have the chance to:
- gain expertise on student centered conduct and academic integrity practices.
- engage in enriching discussions with diverse colleagues on common university issues including mental health.
- evaluate the application of established principles and best practices related to student behavior for individual campus needs.