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Educational Sanctions

Attend Office Hours

Student may be required to visit each of their instructor’s office hours at least two (2) times during the quarter in which they received the sanction.  They will use this time to get to know their instructors, allow the instructor an opportunity to get to know them outside of the classroom, and ask for any assistance with understanding the course material the student may need.

Avoiding Plagiarism in Your Thesis, Project, or Dissertation

This is a recording of a workshop on how to avoid plagiarism that was presented by Dean of Graduate Studies, Dr. Jeffrey Thompson, and Michael Gillespie. Watch the video on how to avoid plagiarism.

But My Plate is Already Full! Time Management and SMART Goal-Setting

This is a time management workshop hosted by the Office of Student Conduct & Ethical Development. In this workshop, you will address the relationship between your current time management practices and your ability to complete important tasks. This workshop is available to all campus students.To register for this workshop, please call (909) 537-7172, visit our office in UH-346, or visit our OrgSync page (type the workshop name into the "search for an event" space to see available dates and register).

Campus Clarity: Think About It

This is an online program that helps college students carefully consider the challenges and responsibilities of college life. The program is focused on minimizing risks associated with alcohol, drugs and sexual violence, by using a harm-reduction approach (Think About It, 2014). This resource is available to all campus students. To request access, please email student-conduct@csusb.edu.

Career Center Counseling:

Students are required to schedule an appointment with Career Center staff for Individual Career Counseling.  In a reflective paper, students must summarize what information they received and what steps they will take to determine their preferred career path.  Students are also expected to follow up with Career Center staff for Internship options and/or job shadowing opportunities.

CHOICES

This is a brief alcohol abuse prevention and harm reduction program designed to provide students with information to help them make educated decisions around alcohol consumption.  The program is not abstinence based, though can provide support and resources for students that want to quit drinking.  Rather, the CHOICES program was developed to equip students with effective strategies for reducing harms that may be associated with drinking (Marlatt & Parks 2010).

Community Service

Students will be required to complete a specific amount of hours of community service by a specified deadline. This sanction cannot be completed in conjunction with assisting any family member, friend, or associated with any student club or organization. Students must submit the completed Community Verification Form to the Office of Student Conduct & Ethical Development by the specified deadline.

Coyote Connections

Geared towards holistic student success, students may be required to engage in opportunities including, but not limited to, mentoring sessions, meeting with a faculty member to further explore their field of choice and academic leadership opportunities, meeting with an academic advisor or career counselor, participating in counseling or health and wellness workshops, attending a campus club or organization meeting, participating in a campus event or educational activity, and community service.

Got 99 Problems? Don’t Let Alcohol be One!: A Foundational Alcohol Education Workshop for College Students

This is an alcohol policy workshop hosted by the Office of Student Conduct and Ethical Development. This interactive and small group workshop is designed to allow students to explore their goals and values, as well as remind students about University policies. This workshop is available to all campus students. To register for this workshop, please call (909) 537-7172, visit our office in UH-346, or visit our OrgSync page (type the workshop name into the "search for an event" space to see available dates and register).

What Will be Your Coyote Legacy: Ethical Decision Making and SMART Goal-Setting

This is an ethical decision making workshop hosted by the Office of Student Conduct and Ethical Development. In this workshop, you will discuss the decision making process and brainstorm ethical options. You will also discuss personal and career aspirations and create a plan ensure you are setting SMART goals. This workshop is available to all campus students. To register for this workshop, please call (909) 537-7172, visit our office in UH-346, or visit our OrgSync page (type the workshop name into the "search for an event" space to see available dates and register).

Reflection Paper

In order to solidify that students learn from their experiences, they may be required to write a reflective essay (5 – 7 pages excluding title page and references, APA formatting, 1-inch margins, 12-point / Times New Roman font, double spaced). This essay is to include information learned through the assigned educational sanctions.

Research Ethics

This is a video recording of a workshop on research ethics that was presented by Dean of Graduate Studies, Dr. Jeffrey Thompson, and Michael Gillespie. Watch the video on research ethics.

Student Organization Meetings

Students will go to the Office of Student Engagement (OSE) located in the Santos Manuel Student Union, Room 203 to see the list of current clubs and organizations. Students will choose at least two (2) clubs, and attend at least one (1) meeting for each.  More information about each organization can be provided by OSE by calling (909) 537-5234.

Yours, Mine, or Ours: Owning, Authoring, or Plagiarizing

This is a video recording of a workshop on academic integrity that was presented by Emerita Professor of English, Dr. Carol Peterson Haviland and Dean of Graduate Studies, Dr. Jeffrey Thompson. Watch the video on citing sources and plagiarizing.