SCI offers a variety of services to assist students in their transition into the University as well as assisting through the various experiences and challenges one may encounter during their college career.
Contact SCI if you have any questions or are interested in scheduling a presentation for your classroom, organization, or event.
Students at Indiana State University are expected to conduct themselves in a respectful and civil manner. Personal conduct and communication, either directly or indirectly (social media, etc.) with other students, as well as faculty and staff, should conform to the University’s community values and standards. As members of the at-large community, students are encouraged to resolve disagreements through informal, frank, and open discussion. Often conflicts can be lessened, if not resolved, by clearing up misperceptions and misunderstandings. Students are strongly encouraged to try to take care of any related concerns in this manner. However, the University also recognizes that occasionally more formal processes are needed. All such activities, whether informal or formal, must be carried out by all participants within a framework of good faith and general respect for one another. Students are encouraged to contact the Office of Student Conduct and Integrity for assistance or guidance in resolving any concerns or conflicts.
The program is centered on mediation and alternative dispute resolution; offering a variety of options for addressing student centered issues or concerns. Such options may include; but are not limited to, conflict coaching, social justice, restorative justice circles, facilitated dialogue, and arbitration.
Sycamore Resolution is a service provided by the Vice President for Student Affairs. SCI is responsible for leading and facilitating this service which includes providing training and resource materials.
Office of Student Conduct and Integrity
Hulman Memorial Student Union,
Indiana State University
Terre Haute, IN 47809