Scholars are invited to participate in the workshops offered by the Office of Student Rights and Responsible. Please review the list below and sign up to attend a workshop.
Decision Making Workshop - Non Academic
The Community Values & Decision Making Workshop is a 60 minute, interactive session that has been developed to assist students in personal exploration of their values. The program is designed to have students realize and recognize inconsistencies in what they say they value and what their actions reflect.
The goal of the workshop is to assist students in acquiring skills to make sound decisions that are congruent to their personal values, the UC Merced Principles of Community, and their future goals. It is our hope that students will walk away with an increased understanding of their own morals and values, along with tools that will support students in times where difficult decisions must be made.
There are 2 workshop formats. One is designed for students specifically that have experienced the disciplinary process. The workshop is mandatory for all students who have been assigned. Workshops will be held monthly at the following date and times.
There is also a 45-60 minute workshop that is designed for clubs, student organizations, and classroom visits. This workshop can be tailored to the needs of your group. If you are interested in having a staff member speak to your class or group please contact the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities - Student Conduct directly at our email.
To register for a workshop, sign up here.
Decision Making Workshop - Academic Misconduct
This workshop is designed to develop students’ understanding of the different forms of academic misconduct, the expectations of academic integrity, the outcomes/sanctions of academic dishonesty, and the student success resources that are available to them. Students engage in a variety of scenarios in order to identify different types of academic dishonesty and how they can be avoided.
Good Neighbor Workshop
The Good Neighbor Workshop is a 60 minute, interactive session that has been developed to assist students in a personal exploration of their values, appreciation of human differences in others we encounter in our daily lives and recognition of how to correct past behavior in a positive way.
The goal of the workshop is to assist students in acquiring skills to be a better neighbor (be it on campus or off campus). To recognize your rights and responsibilities when an incident or dispute occurs between the student and others within a living/residential community.
This workshop is open to all interested students and mandatory for those students referred to the workshop as a result of a disciplinary outcome or otherwise assigned.
Free Speech & Advocacy Workshop
Workshop information and registration coming soon!
Hazing Prevention Workshop
The Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities in collaboration with Fraternity and Sorority Life host hazing prevention workshops for student clubs and organizations. The workshop helps participates understand the impacts of hazing, learn effective intervention skills, and awareness of response resources. To schedule a workshop, email us today!