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Student Support & Conduct

Student Support & Conduct serves students experiencing challenges through a holistic approach of providing support services, administering the student conduct process, and addressing and preventing sexual violence.

Objectives

Student Support & Conduct has the following objectives:

  • Provide student support and intervention, consultation, case management, and education to address student challenges or difficulties that impact student success, wellness, and the campus community.
  • Support students in ethical, personal, and intellectual development and refer students to appropriate university and community resources to promote student success and retention.
  • Provide a fair, educational, consistent student conduct process for resolving alleged violations of the Student and Organization Code of Conduct.
  • Coordinate the 1 is 2 Many Program to provide sexual violence prevention education and response resources.
  • Foster a safe and inclusive educational environment.

Student Support Learning Outcomes

Students who engage in receiving support services will...

  • Identify university and community resources and specify ways to utilize them effectively.
  • Empower students with the knowledge of how lifestyle choices impact overall health and well-being.
  • Identify ways that personal life skills can lead to an integrated sense of self, well-being, and resilience.

Student Conduct Learning Outcomes

Students who participate in the student conduct process will...

  • Evaluate their personal responsibility for their conduct.
  • Evaluate the congruence between their values and their actions.
  • Articulate how their behavior affected or could affect others and what is acceptable behavior.
  • Evaluate the impact their decisions have on their academic and personal success.
  • Recognize skills, strategies, and resources to assist them academic and personal success.

Conduct Philosophy

The university’s philosophy on student conduct is educational in nature. Oklahoma State University recognizes that students will make mistakes and, at times, decisions that do not align with personal values and university expectations. Student Support & Conduct is charged with helping students reflect and learn from these decisions by holding them accountable for their behavior. Through the conduct process, Student Support & Conduct assists students in ethical, personal, and intellectual development as well as developing character and integrity. Student Support & Conduct offers education, challenge and support to students struggling with behavioral issues, and makes appropriate referrals to other resources as necessary. 

Staff

Aleigha Mariott

Aleigha Mariott, Ph.D. serves as the Director of Student Support & Conduct and Deputy Title IX Coordinator. In her role, she provides overall direction and leadership of Student Support & Conduct services. She investigates, manages and resolves alleged violations of university policy. Aleigha chairs the campus Care Team, Behavioral Consultation Team, and Bias Incident Response Team. As the University's Deputy Title IX Coordinator she is responsible for addressing issues of sexual violence with students. Aleigha earned her Ph.D. in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies at Oklahoma State University, her M.S. in Student Affairs as well as a graduate certificate in Conflict and Dispute Resolution from Missouri State University, and her B.S. in Sociology-Criminology from Kansas State University.

 
Ross McClure

Ross McClure serves as one of the Coordinators of Student Support & Conduct.  Ross graduated from Kansas State University with his B.S. in Finance and from Eastern Illinois University with his M.S. in College Student Development.  Ross has served in multiple roles in residence life at Kansas State University, Eastern Illinois University, Baylor University, Boise State University, Washington State University, and Oklahoma State University prior to joining the SS&C staff at Oklahoma State University.

 
Emily Gove

Emily Gove serves as one of the Coordinators of Student Support & Conduct. Emily graduated from University of the Pacific with her B.A. in Communications and from University of Kansas with her M.S.E. in Higher Education Administration. During her time at University of Kansas, Emily was the Graduate Assistant in the Student Conduct & Community Standards office.

 
Olivia Pendleton

Olivia Pendleton serves as the Coordinator for 1 is 2 Many. In her role, she oversees the 1 is 2 Many campaign, providing sexual violence prevention programming and student victim support services. Olivia graduated with her B.A. in Director of Christian Education from Concordia University Chicago and her M.S. in Educational Leadership Studies from Oklahoma State University. Olivia previously worked in Campus Living and Learning at Baylor University and was a Graduate Assistant in Housing and Residential Life at Oklahoma State University.

 
Kira Frisby

Kira Frisby serves as the Coordinator of Case Management. Kira received a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Oklahoma Panhandle State University and a Masters of Education with an emphasis in trauma and resiliency in educational settings from Concordia University. Kira is certified by the National Council for Behavioral Health as a Youth Mental Health First Aid instructor and is a Certified Mindful Educator. A former school nurse, Kira has extensive experience with adolescent physical, mental, emotional, and social health, all of which have deepened her knowledge of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and trauma-informed care.

 
Katrina Oller

 Katrina Oller serves as the Administrative Support Assistant.

Molly Bennett

Molly Bennett is originally from Broken Arrow, OK and attended Northeastern State University where she earned her Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies. Her interest in leadership and student development lead her to Oklahoma State University where she earned her Masters in Educational Leadership Studies. While at OSU, she worked in the Office of Fraternity & Sorority Affairs as a GTA and the Office of Student Support & Conduct as a Graduate Intern. She then went on to serve as a Coordinator for Sorority & Fraternity Life at Washington University in St. Louis and is now thrilled to return home to OSU and work for the Office of Student Support & Conduct again. In her free time, Molly loves to cook, be outdoors, cheer for the Pokes, and spend time with her Golden Retriever, Sonny.

 

Hours and Location

Monday through Friday
8 a.m. to noon
1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
(closed for university holidays)

328 Student Union
Oklahoma State University
Stillwater, OK 74078

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