Calling all students, faculty and staff at LSU to serve as a hearing panelist for the next academic year. We will provide training and support for all new panelists along with continued training and development for returning panelists. Serving the LSU community by adjudicating cases of student misconduct is a unique and rewarding experience. Please register on TigerLink or contact Rachel Champagne for more information.
The Accountability Advisors program is designed to assist and educate charged students through the Accountability and Title IX processes. As an Accountability Advisor you will receive training for all types of cases involving everything from academic misconduct to behavioral and Title IX misconduct. The role is strictly to advise students as they go through the accountability process. Advising the students can range from helping the student understand the conduct process to providing moral support and an open ear for them during this stressful time. Participants cannot be current University Hearing Panelists and must be current LSU faculty or staff members to be elligible. Sign up to become an advisor here on TigerLink or contact Eddie St. Vil for more information.
Pursuant to Title IX & other applicable law, LSU is committed to providing a learning, working and living environment that promotes integrity, civility and mutual respect in an environment free of discrimination, on the basis of sex, which includes all forms of sexual misconduct.
The elimination of hazing on our campus begins with reporting. We urge you to take a proactive stance against hazing and bring any instance of hazing behavior to our attention by making a report. Thank you for creating a safe campus environment for our LSU family.