Student Disciplinary Council

The SDC plays an integral role in the adjudication process for alleged student conduct code violations at Eastern Washington University. As members of the Student Disciplinary Council, you will determine when students are responsible or not responsible for allegations of student misconduct.

Here’s a quick video about serving on the SDC:

If you are interested in serving as an SDC member, please fill out this application. Fall training for the SDC will be in November. If you would like more information about the SDC membership, please contact the SRR office at 509.359.6960. 

WHY SERVE? Benefits of Serving 

  • Improved communication, critical thinking, and conflict resolution skills, 
  • Opportunity to work with a diverse group of EWU Community Members, 
  • Experience in a professional environment, 
  • Specialized training regarding Student Conduct and Title IX, 
  • Great experience to add to your resume for graduate school or jobs 
  • Service opportunity for EWU Students, Faculty and Staff

What is the commitment? 


(6-8 hours per year for first time members, only 2 hours for returners)

1. Complete a Canvas Course (approximately 3 hours total) 

2. Attend an-in person training for new board members (approximately 2 hours) 

3. Title IX Advisors may be asked to attend an additional 1-hour training 

4. Attend an annual refresher training (approx. 2-hours) 


(4-8 hours per quarter)

1. Most hearings take about 4 hours  

2. Ideally, each member would serve on 1-2 hearings a quarter (schedule depending) 


(7 hours per case) – Faculty/Staff Only

1. Most hearings take about 4 hours  

2. Most advisors meet with their student atleast once or twice and may attend pre-hearing (about 3 hours)