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.
Student Support & Conduct Staff
Aleigha Mariott, Ph.D.
Director of Student Support and Conduct
Deputy Title IX Coordinator
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 and a minor in Leadership Studies from Kansas State University.
Coordinator of Student Support and Conduct
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.
Coordinator of 1 is 2 Many
Claire Leffingwell serves as the Coordinator for 1 is 2 Many. Claire grew up in Stillwater before earning her bachelors in Psychology with a minor in Leadership Studies at Washburn University in Topeka, Kansas. Claire completed her M.S. in Educational Leadership Studies: College Student Development at Oklahoma State University. Claire served as a graduate intern for 1 is 2 Many, where she fell in love with the programs and is honored to continue to serve OSU in this way. Claire is highly interested in leadership development, gender equity, social justice, and mental health awareness, and uses her time and talents to work with students and colleagues to help them achieve their fullest potential.
Coordinator of Student Case Management
Kira Frisby serves as one of the Coordinators of Student 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.
Sr. Administrative Support Specialist
All professional staff members have completed, at minimum, a masters degree. To continue educational growth and development, staff in Student Support and Conduct are required to complete continued education requirements on an annual basis. These requirements include:
- 2 diversity, equity, and inclusion trainings in an academic year
- 2 Threat/Risk Assessment trainings in an academic year
- 1 Trauma Informed Care training in an academic year
- 1 Interpersonal Violence training in an academic year
- 1 Alcohol other Drug training in an academic year
- Safe Zone training within the first year of employment and completed every three years
- Mental Health First Aid Training within the first year of employment and complete every three years
Additionally, all staff members complete the following university trainings annually.
- FERPA Training
- Title VII & IX Training
- Minors on Campus Training
- Training on Fostering and Promoting a Culture of Diversity and Inclusion at OSU
- Clery Act CSA & Incident Report Training
- 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.
- Student 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.