Volunteering with CS

Governing Principles of the UNH Conduct System

Fairness | Community | Responsibility

Our volunteers help uphold these ideals and maintain an environment that is educational and just.

Why Volunteer?

  • It is a great way to get involved in the University Community
  • Have meaningful contact with students to help them make the most of their UNH experience
  • Develop skills in areas including weighing evidence, interacting with students and mediating conflict
  • It is a change of pace to your normal day to day work or studies
  • Excellent experience if you're thinking about pursuing a career in student affairs

Volunteer Position Descriptions

Hearing Panel Officer

  • faculty, staff or student volunteer that is a member of a three-person panel that adjudicates conduct hearings and imposes sanctions. 
  • An opportunity for student contact and a way to directly impact students to help them consider the decisions they are making at UNH.
  • Must have excellent critical thinking skills and the ability to weigh evidence objectively.
  • Willingness to impose sanctions that may sometimes be challenging to students, including eviction from university housing.

Appellate Officer

  • A staff or faculty volunteer who reviews written appeal petitions from students who disagree with the outcome of a conduct hearing adjudicated by a hearing officer or hearing board.
  • A more administrative volunteer position, requires strong written communication and attention to detail.
  • Requires a commitment of a few hours a week to review appeals.
  • Appeals can be reviewed in the Community Standards office or at a volunteer's place of work.

Student Advisor

  • Student volunteers who assist students in preparing for conduct hearings.
  • Advisors meet with students before a hearing and then accompany their advisee to the hearing itself.

Volunteer Brochure.

Volunteer opportunities can be tailored to your schedule and needs. We try to be flexible and not overload volunteers. New volunteers receive extensive training and guidance throughout the year. If you are interested in volunteering or would like to learn more about the opportunities available, please complete a volunteer application