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  1. 1. OFFICE OF STUDENT CONDUCT ANNUAL REPORT 2014-2015 The Mission of the Office of Student Conduct is to support student-centered learning and concepts of fairness and due process, while striking a balance between community standards and individual behavior. Nathaniel D. Schultz M.S. & Benjamin Endres M.A. Director of Student Conduct & Student Conduct Specialist 6/15/15
  2. 2. UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA DULUTH OSC ANNUAL REPORT FY15 June 30, 2015 2 UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA DULUTH OFFICE OF STUDENT CONDUCT ANNUAL REPORT June 1, 2014- May 31, 2015 Produced by the Office of Student Conduct 245 Kirby Plaza 1208 Kirby Drive Duluth, MN 55812 conduct@d.umn.edu www.d.umn.edu/conduct/ The University of Minnesota shall provide equal access to and opportunity in its programs, facilities, and employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, gender, age, marital status, disability, public assistance status, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression. This publication is available in alternative formats upon request. Please contact Nathaniel Schultz with the Office of Student Conduct by calling (218) 726-8969, emailing conduct@d.umn.edu, or by visiting 245 Kirby Plaza 1208 Kirby Drive, Duluth, MN 55812.
  3. 3. UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA DULUTH OSC ANNUAL REPORT FY15 June 30, 2015 3 TABLE OF CONTENTS Executive Summary Page 4 Salient Points Page 5 Stories Page 6 Mission, Vision, and Values Page 8 Goals Page 9 Employee Engagement Action Plan Page 10 Committee Participation Background/Clearance Checks Page 11 Event Information Page 12 Academic Integrity Page 13 Summary of Cases Page 14 Summary of Charges Page 15 Demographics Page 17 Sanctions Implemented, Location, and Alcohol Breakdown Page 19 Extended Data Breakdown Page 21 Breakdown by College Page 23 Location Breakdown Page 24 Alcohol Incident Trends Page 25 Comparison Trends Report Page 29 Chemical Health Advisory Committee Data Page 30 Sex and Gender Violence Data Page 32 Budget Breakdown Page 33 Assessment Plan Page 34
  4. 4. UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA DULUTH OSC ANNUAL REPORT FY15 June 30, 2015 4 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Background At the University of Minnesota Duluth, the Office of Student Conduct (OSC) contributes to the University goals and continues to strive for improvement and innovation. Over the past few years, updated legislation and compliance has been altering the function of many student conduct offices. At UMD we remain committed to an educational process with all the necessary elements for compliance. The OSC shares the Annual Report publicly and with its internal and external constituents. This Annual Report will share the 2014-2015 statistics (charges, findings, sanctions, breakdown by college and residence hall) with some analysis, stories from various constituents, University-wide involvement, committee participation, assessment results, budget, and strategic plan. Outcomes The Annual Report is a yearly process; there are continuous changes made for the betterment of our office, service to students and employees, processes, and policies. This year some of the changes include: website improvement (a tab on Sex and Gender Violence, improved flow charts of processes, additional definitions, a Records webpage, Academic Integrity Violation Sanctioning Suggestions, and gender inclusive options on the reporting form), production of Sex and Gender Violence: a Guide for Students, partnering with Academic Affairs to increase reporting of Academic Dishonesty, diversity training in team meetings, updated the Chemical Health Assessment agreement, alignment of Housing and Residence Life conduct processes, Maxient correspondence includes a disability statement, and staff adjustments. 2014-2015 was a challenging year as reported sex and gender violence incidents increased due to significant guidance from the U.S. Department of Education, the Violence Against Women Act (specifically amendments to the Clery Act), Minnesota Omnibus Bill, and media coverage regarding sexual misconduct. As stated above, staffing changes include the appointment of new staff member, Benjamin Endres, and new student assistant, Hannah Schleder. Ben and Hannah have been absolute tremendous additions to the OSC team. Additionally, the OSC continues to have 20% FTE support from the Student Life Office Manager, Carrie Gange. The OSC had two student employees, Chelsea Tunell and Shelby Curry, graduate this year. With the two vacancies, the OSC has hired new employees, McCall Halliday and Abby Fischer, for the 2015-2016 academic year. Conclusions The Office of Student Conduct is one of the main entities that works with students’ to resolve disciplinary matters and behavioral concerns. Our aim is to help students develop as engaged, responsible, global citizens. We strive to have a transparent process where our office can support the University and our community. We have and continue to update our process to better serve our community.
  5. 5. UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA DULUTH OSC ANNUAL REPORT FY15 June 30, 2015 5 SALIENT POINTS & TRENDS  1302 Total Charges ϕ 1166 charges were found responsible ϕ 18 were found not responsible  Sex and Gender Violence increased to 24 cases in FY15 ϕ The increase of Sex and Gender Violence cases may be contributed to the exposure of sexual assaults in the media, significant guidance from the U.S. Department of Education regarding Title IX, and Violence Against Women Act amendments to Clery.  268 cases of Illegal or Unauthorized Use or Possession of Alcohol ϕ Up from 228 in Fall 2013  18 Social hosts in Spring 2015 ϕ Up from 9 in Spring 2014  Drug numbers were much lower than in FY14 ϕ However, we had over 12 cases of drug sales/manufacturing  Consistent with last year, students in LSBE programs represent the highest number of incidents  Increase in Academic Dishonesty Cases ϕ 56 in FY15 from 20 in FY14  As a measure to increase reports and enforcement of Academic Integrity, the OSC and Dr. Erwin presented to the Council of Deans. Additionally, the OSC presented to the CLA Academic Standards Committee. The CLA Academic Standards Committee recommended presenting at Dept. Meetings.  Additionally, disruptive classroom conduct increased (3x) from FY14 to FY15.  OSC participated in 17 committees and subcommittees  1,469 Background Checks ϕ 423% increase from 13-14 Academic Year  In an effort to improve UMD risk management, additional checks are being conducted for organizations (Sports Clubs, Greek Life, Athletics), some of the Colleges for scholarship awards, and for the International Education Office for study abroad experiences.  Considerations ϕ The Police Department was short staffed the majority of the academic year. ϕ Housing and Residence Life (H&RL) and the Office of Student Conduct (OSC) have changed procedures for students ϕ Sexual violence increased (3x).  Was the increase to due to improved reporting and education? Increased media? Increased training for staff and Students? ϕ Enrollment  Approximately 400 fewer students in FY15 than in FY14 according to Office of Institutional Research
  6. 6. UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA DULUTH OSC ANNUAL REPORT FY15 June 30, 2015 6 STORIES Students Katelyn Ruprecht, Integrated Elementary and Special Education Major – “I had a very pleasant experience with the Office of Student Conduct. The workers in the lobby area were very kind and helpful; I felt that they conducted themselves professionally at all times. Throughout my experience with the Office of Student Conduct I was respected by everyone I came in contact with. I was spoken to candidly and honestly, and my thoughts and opinions were always considered. I am glad that UMD holds students to a high standard, and I am grateful for the level of respect and honesty that I received from the staff at the Office of Student Conduct.” Brian Robertson, Communications Major & Student Hearing Panelist – “There is so much that I have learned from being a student panelist in the Office of Student Conduct. I am very pleased and happy that I took the opportunity to become a panelist in the office. They do a great job of training everyone that decides they want to join the panel, and it really doesn't take up most of your time. The training really helped because I was able to learn about certain protocols when serious issues came up and the Office of Student Conduct does a great job in getting people ready for the panel. At times some cases were hard depending on what type of case it was. Being on the panel has provided me the ability to hold students accountable for their actions, if accused of certain rules broken within the student conduct code.” Internal Constituents Dr. Gerald Pepper, Associate Vice Chancellor for Undergraduate Education – “Nathaniel Schultz and the Office of Student Conduct worked closely with Academic Affairs this year to revise two key policies: Student Academic Integrity and Student Academic Complaint Resolution, as well as the Report of Academic Dishonesty form used by faculty to report student academic misconduct. Nathaniel and Lisa Erwin brought the need for revision to my attention and through an iterative process of drafting/redrafting we were able to suggest appropriate changes to the policy language. Revisions were then taken to campus governance where they were approved in April, 2015.” Dr. Jennifer Mencl, Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior, Department Chair – “OSC is supportive in maintaining a positive learning environment when faculty have classroom/student concerns. The office works collaboratively with faculty to determine the best ideas and solutions in handling certain situations. The information and advice provided by the OSC is excellent and practical. Nathaniel has been particularly great to work with when faculty encounter unusual situations.” Ana Hammerschmidt, Associate Director of Housing & Residence Life – “I have appreciated Nathaniel’s willingness to work together Housing & Residence Life (HRL) on student behavior issues this past year. Past practice was not one of strong collaboration and Nathaniel has worked hard to build a
  7. 7. UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA DULUTH OSC ANNUAL REPORT FY15 June 30, 2015 7 collaborative relationship with HRL. He and I met weekly to talk through the case management of incidents that occur regarding students living on campus. Additionally, we have worked to stream line things in Maxient and with Clery reporting. Programmatically Nathaniel included HRL in his “Enough is Enough” educational efforts spring semester. I have appreciated Nathaniel’s openness to feedback and collaboration. I believe our joint efforts will continue to evolve and serve students well.” External Constituents Jude Foster, Program Director for the Program to Aid Victims of Sexual Assault – “The UMD Office of Student Conduct has made great strides in creating an investigative and disciplinary process that is victim centered and offender focused. The Office has worked collaboratively with victim service agencies and the criminal justice system and brings campus sexual assault issues to the table in the community dialogue around sexual violence.”
  8. 8. UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA DULUTH OSC ANNUAL REPORT FY15 June 30, 2015 8 University of Minnesota Duluth Division of Student Life Office of Student Conduct I. Mission The Mission of the Office of Student Conduct is to support student-centered learning and concepts of fairness and due process, while striking a balance between community standards and individual behavior. II. Vision  We will create a respectful, inclusive, and vibrant living and learning environment where relationships with students, campus and community are valued.  We will provide a first-rate combination of programs, services, products, and facilities designed to enhance the student experience and contribute to student success.  We will build a community of empowered lifelong learners and engaged citizens and develop the next generation of responsible, ethical leaders. III. Values  Student Centered – We place students at the heart of all we do.  Excellence/High Quality Service – We provide high quality service and programs developed with creativity, innovation and a commitment to continuous improvement.  Inclusiveness – We respect and celebrate the diversity of individuals, perspectives, and ideas while promoting social justice.  Learning – We engage students in opportunities that promote and support their growth, development and well-being.  Collaboration – We foster partnerships and build community.  Sustainability – We contribute toward a sustainable future and model sustainable practices.
  9. 9. UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA DULUTH OSC ANNUAL REPORT FY15 June 30, 2015 9 IV. Goals Office of Student Conduct Goals Mapped to the UMD and Student Life Strategic Plans Office of Student Conduct Goals Mapping to University Goals Mapping to Student Life Goals A. Educate the campus community about student rights and responsibilities. 1 1.1 B. Develop educational proactive programs that inform and encourage harm reduction behaviors in the community. 1, 3, 5 1.1, 3.1, 4.2 C. Provide students with the reflective experiences to live in a diverse community respecting, appreciating, and embracing cultural and personal differences. 1, 2 2.1, 2.2, 4.3 D. Encourage and reinforce an environment mindful of personal safety, mental well-being, emotional intelligence, and academic success for UMD students. 1, 6 1.1, 3.1, 4.3 E. Provide a developmental and fundamentally fair dialogue with students about healthy choices and decision-making skills utilizing their experience. 1, 2, 5 1.1, 4.1, 4.2, 6.1 F. To foster partnerships in the Duluth Community to assist with educating students especially with the Duluth Police Department, Prosecuting Attorneys, City of Duluth, the Center for Alcohol and Drug Treatment, and the Program to Aid Victims of Sexual Assault. 1, 5, 6 2.1, 5.1, 5.3 G. Develop a sustaining graduate assistantship for student(s) through a variety of academic programs to provide experiential learning opportunities in a fiscally responsible manner. 1, 3, 5, 6 1.1, 2.1, 3.2, 4.1, 5.2, 6.3 H. Maintain comprehensive statistical and narrative data regarding all aspects of the student conduct process and provide to the Vice Chancellor of Student Life. 1, 2, 5, 6 4.2, 5.1, 5.2, 6.2 I. To define the processes and programs, articulate the learning expectations for activities followed by measuring the actual learning and effectiveness. 6 4.2, 6.1, 6.2, 6.3 J. Assist University constituents with policy development/update, adherence to law, and risk reduction. 2, 5, 6 2.1, 5.1, 5.2, 6.1, 6.3
  10. 10. UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA DULUTH OSC ANNUAL REPORT FY15 June 30, 2015 10 University of Minnesota Duluth Division of Student Life Office of Student Conduct Employee Engagement Action Plan 2015 Engagement Theme Action Item Description Assigned to Commitment to Excellence Develop a training plan (Professional Development Plan) for staff (including student staff) in OSC. Nathaniel Schultz Support and Resources Develop training binder (better on boarding and consistent service to constituent groups). Ben Endres Respect and Recognition Discuss recognition and affirmation with employees. Nathaniel Schultz
  11. 11. UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA DULUTH OSC ANNUAL REPORT FY15 June 30, 2015 11 COMMITTEE PARTICIPATION  Alcohol at Molasky Impact Committee  Chemical Health Advisory Committee ϕ Medical Marijuana Subcommittee  Executive Advisory Group  Sexual Assault Multidisciplinary Action Response Team  Student Behavior Management Committee  Student Life Assessment Committee ϕ Program Assessment Liaison  Student Life Special Events Committee  Student Life Change Team  Diversity Commission ϕ Diversity Summit  Sexual Violence Response Team  Student Life Directors Meeting  ASCA Awards Committee  Sexual Assault Taskforce ϕ Grants Subcommittee BACKGROUND/CLEARANCE CHECKS Fall 2014 – 122 Background Checks Spring 2015 – 1,339 Background Checks Summer 2015 – 8 Background Checks 14-15 Academic Year Total – 1,469 Background Checks 13-14 Academic Year Total – 347 Background Checks 12-13 Academic Year Total – 636 Background Checks *Note: In an effort to improve UMD risk management, additional checks are being conducted for organizations (Sports Clubs, Greek Life, Athletics), some of the Colleges for scholarship awards, and for the International Education Office for study abroad experiences.
  12. 12. UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA DULUTH OSC ANNUAL REPORT FY15 June 30, 2015 12 EVENT INFORMATION “Enough is Enough” is a national week long campaign promoted by NASPA aimed at stemming societal violence. Societal violence includes bullying and cyber bullying, sexual assault, relationship violence, hate crimes, and more. The University of Minnesota-Duluth campus is an active yearly participant in “Enough is Enough”. The campaign is sponsored and planned by the Office of Student Conduct. Each year the OSC puts on programming aimed at educating students, staff, and faculty about issues of violence in our community. Utilizing both outside and campus partners, we offered programming on multiple topics to reach a broad audience and educate students about multiple topics. The topics included:  Relationship Violence presented by Safe Haven  The BEST Party Model presented by Men as Peacemakers  Self Defense Training presented by UMD Police  Screening of the film, “The Hunting Grounds” about sexual assaults on college campuses  Sexual Assault Advocacy in Duluth presented by the Women’s Resource and Action Center  Bystander Intervention Training presented by Peer Health Educators Along with programming, students sign a pledge saying that they will do their part to stem societal violence on and off campus. This year we recorded approximately 400 students who signed the pledge. Students who sign the pledge receive an “Enough is Enough” wristband to show their support of the campaign. UMD and the OSC have been taking part in the “Enough is Enough” campaign since 2013. The OSC hopes that this event will grow every year, adding more community and campus partners, to make this event part of the campus culture. This year’s partners included:  Women’s Resource and Action Center (WRAC)  Housing and Residence Life  Safe Haven  Men as Peacemakers  Rotoract Club  UMDPD  Office of Cultural Diversity
  13. 13. UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA DULUTH OSC ANNUAL REPORT FY15 June 30, 2015 13 ACADEMIC INTEGRITY TO: UMD Faculty Members FROM: Office of Student Conduct DATE: TBD RE: Student Academic Integrity Policy The UMD Campus Assembly approved the UMD Student Academic Integrity Policy on November 22, 2011. The policy defines academic integrity and communicates to students, faculty, and staff the procedures for handling violations of the policy. The UMD Student Academic Integrity Policy may be found at this website. http://www.d.umn.edu/vcaa/StudentAcademicIntegrity.html The Office of Student Conduct serves as the central reporting office on campus, promoting a holistic approach to administering the policy. Reporting allegations to the Office of Student Conduct is mandatory through the process outlined on the following website. http://d.umn.edu/conduct/assets/pdf/Report_of_Academic_Dishonesty.pdf The Office of Student Conduct webpage was updated over the 2014 summer. There are helpful links for working with academic integrity issues, including tips on meeting with students, the reporting process, how to differentiate between minor/moderate/major offenses, faculty and staff information, syllabus statement examples, and the report for academic dishonesty. http://d.umn.edu/conduct/ For your information, these are the data summarizing the number of reports received in the past five years. 2014-15 56 2013-14 20 2012-13 46 2011-12 70 2010-11 40 If you have questions regarding the policy or process, please contact the Nancy Burley at 218-726-7103 or nburley@d.umn.edu to speak with Associate Vice Chancellor for Undergraduate Education, Dr. Pepper, or contact the Office of Student Conduct at 218-726-7255 or via e-mail at conduct@d.umn.edu *Note: As a measure to increase reports and enforcement of Academic Integrity, the OSC and Dr. Erwin presented to the Council of Deans. Additionally, the OSC presented to the CLA Academic Standards Committee. The CLA Academic Standards Committee recommended presenting at Dept. Meetings.
  14. 14. UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA DULUTH OSC ANNUAL REPORT FY15 June 30, 2015 14 UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA DULUTH Division of Student Life Office of Student Conduct Comprehensive Report for 2014-2015 Year (June. 1, 2014-May 31, 2015) SUMMARY OF CASES ’14 – ‘15 Cases created (excluding witness case files) 738 Cases heard by Hearing Officers 637 Formal Hearings 9 Appeals 4 Cases as yet unheard 23 Cases with incomplete sanctions 25 Cases closed (not enrolled) (suspensions) 645 (39) (6) Cases for first time violators 490 Cases with repeat violators (excludes FYI, not enrolled, & HR-T9 cases) 149 (99)
  15. 15. UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA DULUTH OSC ANNUAL REPORT FY15 June 30, 2015 15 SUMMARY OF CHARGES UM Board Of Regents Section V. Disciplinary Offenses: # R NR N/A Pending Subd. 1. Scholastic Dishonesty 56 53 1 2 -- Subd. 2. Disruptive Classroom Conduct 6 3 -- 2 1 Subd. 3. Falsification 10 9 -- -- 1 Subd. 4. Refusal to Identify and Comply 10 10 -- -- -- Subd. 5. Attempts to Injure or Defraud -- -- -- -- -- Subd. 6. Harm to Person 24 12 -- 4 8 Subd. 7. Bullying 7 -- -- 4 3 Subd. 8. Sexual Assault 3 1 1 -- 1 Subd. 9. Disorderly Conduct 39 29 1 4 5 Subd. 10. Illegal or Unauthorized Possession or use of Weapons -- -- -- -- -- Subd. 11a. Illegal or Unauthorized Possession or Use of Drugs 63 50 3 7 3 Subd. 11b. Illegal or Unauthorized Possession or use of Alcohol 443 415 4 3 21 Subd. 12. Providing Alcohol to Minors 4 2 -- 2 -- Subd. 13. Unauthorized Use of University Facilities or Services -- -- -- -- -- Subd. 14. Theft, Property Damage, or Vandalism 13 10 -- 1 2 Subd. 15. Unauthorized Access 6 5 -- 1 -- Subd. 16. Disruptive Behavior 1 -- -- -- 1 Subd. 17. Hazing -- -- -- -- -- Subd. 18. Rioting -- -- -- -- -- Subd. 19. Violation of University Rules 39 35 1 1 2 Subd. 20. Violation of Local, State, or Federal Laws or Ordinances 538 502 1 4 31 Subd. 21. Persistent Violations 15 13 -- 1 1
  16. 16. UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA DULUTH OSC ANNUAL REPORT FY15 June 30, 2015 16 42% 34% 5% 4% 3% 3% 2% 2% 1% 1% 1% 1%0%0% 0% 0% 0% Subd. 20. Violation of Local, State, or Federal Laws or Ordinances Subd. 11b. Illegal or Unauthorized Possession or use of Alcohol Subd. 11a. Illegal or Unauthorized Possession or Use of Drugs Subd. 1. Scholastic Dishonesty Subd. 9. Disorderly Conduct Subd. 19. Violation of University Rules Smoke Free Campus Subd. 6. Harm to Person Subd. 21. Persistent Violations Subd. 14. Theft, Property Damage, or Vandalism Subd. 3. Falsification Subd. 4. Refusal to Identify and Comply Subd. 2. Disruptive Classroom Conduct Subd. 15. Unauthorized Access Subd. 12. Providing Alcohol to Minors Subd. 8. Sexual Assault Subd. 16. Disruptive BehaviorFigure 1-1
  17. 17. UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA DULUTH OSC ANNUAL REPORT FY15 June 30, 2015 17 DEMOGRAPHICS (ALLEGED INDIVIDUALS) Age 14 1 15 1 18 158 19 242 20 130 21 42 22 30 23 and Up 30 Gender Male 452 Female 199 Not Identified 2 Ethnicity American Indian 11 Asian 8 Black 35 Other 1 Hispanic 19 Not Specified (NS) 11 White 527 Class Freshman 292 Sophomore 176 Junior 77 Senior 66 Graduate 4 Non-Degree 1 Not Enrolled 22 *Affiliation Greek 21 Athlete 69 Club Sports 51 Honors 24 ROTC 0 *Note: Affiliations are only tracked for a few organization types. Club Sports data was added to the data via background checks.
  18. 18. UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA DULUTH OSC ANNUAL REPORT FY15 June 30, 2015 18 0 50 100 150 200 250 14 15 18 19 20 21 22 23 and Up AGE 14 15 18 19 20 21 22 23 and Up ETHNICITY American Indian Asian Black Other Hispanic NS White 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Graduate Non-DegreeNot Enrolled CLASSIFICATION 69% 31% 0% GENDER Male Female Not Identified
  19. 19. UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA DULUTH OSC ANNUAL REPORT FY15 June 30, 2015 19 SANCTIONS IMPLEMENTED, LOCATION, AND ALCOHOL INCIDENT BREAKDOWN Status Sanctions: Warning 279 Probation 304 Suspension 6 Expulsion 0 Educational Sanctions: Alcohol Education Class 21 Smoking Module 18 E-Chug 240 Chemical Health Screen 14 Rule 25 50 BASICS 78 E-Toke 23 Counseling 6 Reflection Paper 85 Restitution 14 Location On Campus 332 (45%) Off Campus 404 (55%) Alcohol Incident Breakdown UAC 402 1st Alcohol 278 2nd Alcohol 95 3rd Alcohol 48 4th Alcohol 19 Detox 21 Social Host 57 DWI/DUI 23
  20. 20. UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA DULUTH OSC ANNUAL REPORT FY15 June 30, 2015 20 0 50 100 150 200 250 Alcohol Education Class Smoking Module E-Chug Chemical Health Screen Rule 25 BASICS E-Toke Counseling Reflection Paper Restitution EDUCATIONAL SANCTIONS Warning Probation Suspension Expulsion 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 STATUS SANCTIONS
  21. 21. UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA DULUTH OSC ANNUAL REPORT FY15 June 30, 2015 21 Extended Data Breakdown Summary of Cases Case Referral Source # (Excluding witnesses) Admin Units 10 CADT 1 Campus Police 188 Colleges (Faculty/SA) 73 Duluth Police 368 Housing and Residence Life 79 Student 21 Total Referrals Processed 740 Cases by Tags 1st Alcohol 278 2nd Alcohol 95 3rd Alcohol 48 4th Alcohol 19 Amsoil 11 Appeal 4 Detox 21 Driving Violation (DUI, DWI) 23 Hearing 9 Hospital 11 Social Host 57 UAC &/or Possession of Alcohol 402 Location Case Types # Student Conduct Code 629 FYI 5 Campus Climate 5 HR-T9 7 Total OSC Cases 646 Hearing Types # Admin Meeting 574 Hearing Panel 9 Appeals Panel 4 Academic Warning 56 Conference Call/Skype 3 Total Cases 646 Cases Heard By # Nathaniel D Schultz 288 Ben Endres 334 Shelby Curry 15 Hearing Panel 9 Total Cases 646
  22. 22. UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA DULUTH OSC ANNUAL REPORT FY15 June 30, 2015 22 10 1 188 73 368 79 21 Referral Sources Nathaniel D Schultz 45%Ben Endres 52% Shelby Curry 2% Hearing Panel 1% CASES HEARD BY
  23. 23. UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA DULUTH OSC ANNUAL REPORT FY15 June 30, 2015 23 BREAKDOWN BY COLLEGE ALCOHOL ANALYSIS BY COLLEGE Percentage Seen -By College: LSBE SCSE CEHSP CLA SFA Undergrad Total CE/Non- Degree Graduate Professional Other Total Grand Total # Students Required to Meet w/ OSC by Unit 191 182 93 108 26 600 8 2 1 11 611 Collegiate Enrollment 1996 3049 1895 1646 534 9120 865 715 355 1935 11055 % Students Required to Meet w/ OSC 9.5% 5.9% 4.9% 6.5% 4.8% 6.5% .9% .27% .31% .56% 5.5% # Meetings Involving Alcohol 148 116 62 63 12 401 8 0 0 8 409 % Alcohol Cases out of # Students Required to Meet 77% 63% 66% 58% 46% 66% 100% 0% 0% 72% 66%
  24. 24. UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA DULUTH OSC ANNUAL REPORT FY15 June 30, 2015 24 LOCATION BREAKDOWN ON-CAMPUS RESIDENCE HALLS FALL 2014 LOCATIONS BREAKDOWN ON-CAMPUS RESIDENCE HALLS SPRING 2015 *Note: Numbers do not include summer renters or Housing and Residence Life Conduct. Cases by Incident Location: Goldfine Heaney Junction Oakland A Oakland B Ianni Burntside Griggs LSH Vermillion Off Campus On- Campus Total Individuals Seen 1 5 9 18 15 8 0 51 15 0 282 49 Freshmen in Residence 25 14 102 74 178 229 105 1004 375 41 Sophomores in Residence 155 130 1 64 85 28 3 29 13 7 Juniors in Residence 68 55 2 23 14 5 1 13 3 5 Seniors/Graduate Students in Residence 49 20 8/16 34 19 8 7 3 1 11 Total Students in Residence 297 219 129 195 296 270 116 1049 392 64 % of Residence Seen .33% 2.28% 6.97% 9.23% 5.06% 2.96% 0% 4.86% 3.82% 0% % of Total Seen .15% .78% 1.41% 2.82% 2.35% 1.25% 0% 8% 2.35% 0% 44.27% 7.69% Cases by Incident Location: Goldfine Heaney Junction Oakland A Oakland B Ianni Burntside Griggs LSH Vermillion Off Campus On- Campus Total Individuals Seen 0 0 3 0 8 10 0 43 8 1 108 67 Freshmen in Residence 36 17 89 68 158 223 103 939 341 42 Sophomores in Residence 145 127 0 58 80 30 3 29 13 8 Juniors in Residence 65 50 3 24 13 4 1 10 2 6 Seniors/Graduate Students in Residence 40 17 2/15 25 17 8 6 0 2 8 Total Students in Residence 286 211 109 175 268 265 113 978 358 64 % of Residence Seen 0% 0% 7.69% 0% 2.98% 3.77% 0% 4.39% 2.23% 1.56% % of Total Seen 0% 0% .47% 0% 1.25% 1.56% 0% 6.75% 1.25% .15% 16.95% 10.51%
  25. 25. UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA DULUTH OSC ANNUAL REPORT FY15 June 30, 2015 25 77 33 28 25 5 4 0 20 10 25 5 5 9 3 13 5 1 10 15 5 2 0 0 0 5 0 6 0 0 0 0 1 0 00 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 FALL 2014 ALCOHOL TRENDS 11b. Alcohol '14 Social Host '14 HalloweenHomecoming Welcome Week
  26. 26. UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA DULUTH OSC ANNUAL REPORT FY15 June 30, 2015 26 78 31 31 9 15 7 2 11 5 3 8 9 7 0 9 1 2 20 4 6 0 6 3 0 2 0 0 0 4 0 0 4 0 2 77 33 28 25 5 4 0 20 10 25 5 5 9 3 13 5 1 10 15 5 2 0 0 0 5 0 6 0 0 0 0 1 0 00 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 ALCOHOL TRENDS BY WEEK-FALL '13 & 14' 11b. Alcohol '13 Social Host '13 11b. Alcohol '14 Social Host '14
  27. 27. UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA DULUTH OSC ANNUAL REPORT FY15 June 30, 2015 27 6 3 10 0 2 10 7 13 0 2 1 44 6 6 4 7 3 0 0 5 0 0 5 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 00 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 SPRING 15 ALCOHOL TRENDS 11b. Alcohol -'15 Social Host -'15
  28. 28. UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA DULUTH OSC ANNUAL REPORT FY15 June 30, 2015 28 11 10 15 5 6 21 4 13 5 1 6 10 9 1 8 7 4 3 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 3 0 0 6 3 10 0 2 10 7 13 0 2 1 44 6 6 4 7 3 0 0 5 0 0 5 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 NumberofIncidents' Week ALCOHOL TRENDS BY WEEK-SPRING '14, & '15 COMPARISON 11b. Alcohol - '14 Social Host -'14 11b. Alcohol - '15 Social Host -'15
  29. 29. UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA DULUTH OSC ANNUAL REPORT FY15 June 30, 2015 29 COMPARISONS TREND REPORT Fall 2014 Trends The figure on page 23 illustrates the alcohol related cases from Fall 2014. The figure on page 24 lays those statistics over last year’s statistics during the same period of time.  The trends for both years are generally the same. We see a large spike at the beginning of the year when students return to school and enforcement is high, and then smaller bumps for events mid-semester for homecoming and Halloween weekends.  268 cases of 11b. Illegal or Unauthorized Use or Possession of Alcohol, up from 228 in Fall 2013.  44 Social Hosts, down from 51 in Fall of 2013 Peaks in 11b. Illegal or Unauthorized Use or Possession of Alcohol, tend to coincide with peaks in Social Host violations. The increase in violations of Subd. 11b. could be due to police issuing more Underage Consumption Tickets to party goers, rather than just citing the home owners, thus explaining the increase in violations of 11b. despite a decrease in Social Hosts. The data shows that Social Host violations during welcome week were reduced by 50% from 2013-2014. This suggests that students may be less likely to have large gatherings and parties during Bulldog Welcome Week. Spring 2015 Trends The figure on page 25 illustrates the alcohol related cases from Spring 2015. The figure on page 26 lays those statistics over last year’s statistics during the same period of time.  Comparisons of the two-year trends show a similar trajectory. However, we see an abnormally large spike towards the end of Spring semester 2015. This spike was likely the result of one large party getting busted.  121 cases of 11b. Illegal or Unauthorized Use or Possession of Alcohol, down from 128 in Spring 2014  18 Social hosts, up from 9 in Spring 2014 Once again, we see large peaks in violations of 11b. coinciding with Social host violations. We do tend to see a spike in both years between the 5th and 8th week of the semester. This may correlate with the end of students’ first round of midterms.
  30. 30. UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA DULUTH OSC ANNUAL REPORT FY15 June 30, 2015 30 CHEMICAL HEALTH ADVISORY COMMITTEE Underage Consumption and /or Possession of Alcohol Driving Violations (DUI, DWI, Under 21 Drinking and Driving) Social Host Detox Hospital Repeat Alcohol Violations Drug Citation Month citation issued. Month the citation issued. Month citation issued Month citation issued. Month citation issued. Date case created. On Campus by UMDPD* Off Campus by UMDPD Off Campus by DPD On Campus Off Campus by UMDPD Off Campus by DPD Off Campus On Campus Off Campus by UMDPD Off Campus by DPD On Campus Off Campus by UMDPD Off Campus by DPD UMD Police Duluth Police Combination of UMPD and DPD Off Camp-us On Camp- us September 17 0 71 0 0 0 20 0 0 0 3 0 0 1 41 42 2 3 October 16 8 14 0 0 3 0 3 2 1 1 0 0 6 9 15 1 3 November 16 5 23 0 1 1 4 0 1 3 0 0 0 3 9 12 2 6 December 11 1 6 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 2 2 4 1 2 January 3 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 2 3 5 0 1 February 8 3 11 1 0 2 9 2 0 0 1 0 0 8 10 18 1 5 March 6 0 13 0 1 5 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 11 2 3 April 21 0 37 0 0 1 3 1 0 0 1 0 0 6 9 15 0 7 May 8 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 3 0 0
  31. 31. UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA DULUTH OSC ANNUAL REPORT FY15 June 30, 2015 31 UAC/Possession DUI, DWI Social Host Detox/Hospital Repeat Violations Drug Citation UMDPD DPD Total 13- 14 % Chg UMDPD DPD Total 13- 14 % Chg Total 13-14 % Chg Total 13-14 % Chg Total 13-14 % Chg Total 13- 14 %Chg September 17 71 88 99 -11% 0 0 0 3 -100% 20 20 0% 3 10 -70% 42 23 83% 5 1 400% October 24 14 38 28 35% 3 0 3 0 300% 0 5 -100% 7 7 0% 15 8 87% 4 11 -64% November 21 23 44 22 100% 1 1 2 1 50% 4 4 0% 4 3 33% 12 6 100% 8 7 14% December 12 6 18 29 -38% 0 1 1 4 -75% 1 6 -84% 3 3 0% 4 7 -43% 3 3 0% January 3 3 6 22 -73% 0 1 1 4 -75% 0 0 0% 2 1 100% 5 6 -17% 1 10 -90% February 11 11 22 34 -36% 1 2 3 3 0% 9 2 350% 3 4 -25% 18 2 800% 6 10 -40% March 6 13 19 26 -27% 1 5 6 4 50% 2 1 100% 1 4 -75% 11 5 120% 5 2 150% April 21 37 58 26 123% 0 1 1 0 100% 3 3 0% 2 3 -34% 15 10 50% 7 5 40% May 8 1 9 17 -48% 0 1 1 0 100% 0 3 -100% 1 5 -80% 3 4 -25% 0 4 -100% *Note: Due to changes in coding H&RL and OSC cases repeat offender information is not consistent with past statistics.
  32. 32. UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA DULUTH OSC ANNUAL REPORT FY15 June 30, 2015 32 2014-2015 SEX AND GENDER VIOLENCE Case Type # of cases Complainant Gender M F Unk Respondent Gender M F Unk Location (On or off campus)** On Off Average Length of Investigation Median Length of investigation Sexual Assault 11 1 10 0 4 1 6 3 8 32 Days 18 Days Sexual Harassment 6 0 6 0 5 0 1 4 3 24 Days 24 Days Stalking 4 0 4 0 4 0 0 4 3 19 Days 17 Days Dating Violence 3 0 3 0 3 0 0 3 1 16 Days 9 Days *Note: The increase of Sex and Gender Violence cases may be contributed to the exposure of sexual assaults in the media, significant guidance from the U.S. Department of Education regarding Title IX, and Violence Against Women Act amendments to Clery. ** Note: These numbers may add up to be larger than the total number of cases due to some cases occurring both on and off campus.
  33. 33. UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA DULUTH OSC ANNUAL REPORT FY15 June 30, 2015 33 UMD OFFICE OF STUDENT CONDUCT BUDGET Student Life FY15 Annual Report Revenue/Expense Statement Actuals -1000 10436 20415 UM Report Budget Account Versus Actual – Current Non-Sponsored Funds Data as of Monday 06/15/2015 Fiscal Year 2014-2015 Prior Year Carry Forward Fiscal Year End Carry Forward 632 Total Carry Forward 632 Revenue State O&M Appr Redistribution 12,000 Total Carry Forward + Revenue 12,632 Expenses General Oper Supplies and Services 3,404 Telecommunications 145 Travel 3,183 Consulting and Professional Services 51 Non-Capital Equipment 1,459 Repairs and Maintenance 88 Total Expenses 8,329 Transfers Transfers In 250 Transfers Out 0 Total Transfers 250 Ending Balance 4,553
  34. 34. UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA DULUTH OSC ANNUAL REPORT FY15 June 30, 2015 34 ASSESSMENT PLAN RECOMMENDATION: Initially, one direct measure of each outcome, and an indirect measure for half your outcomes is enough. Measure ID Description of the measure. Be as detailed as possible; cells will expand. DIR-1 eChug Responses: students are required to answer 7 questions after completing eChug and submit these answers to OSC DIR-2 eToke Responses: students are required to answer 5 questions after completing eToke and submit these answers to OSC DIR-3 Reflection paper responses: students respond to a prompt given by a hearing officer or a hearing panel and submit these papers to OSC DIR-4 Administrative meeting: students are required to meet 1:1 with a hearing officer DIR-5 Pre/Post-training quiz SHP Retreat DIR-6 Observations of the Student Hearing Panel DIR -7 Survey on BASICS, a two time meeting discussing harm reduction and goal setting. IND-1 Number of cases heard: as a result of interactions with OSC, number of cases will decrease IND-2 Survey - yet to be created Direct Measures (activity embedded) Indirect Measures Program Outcomes eChug eToke AM SHP Reflect BASICS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Other 1 Other 2 Other 3 Other 4 Students will show knowledge of the Student Conduct Code and conduct process. Measure DIR-4 DIR-5 DIR-3 IND-2 Collect Term Spring 2013 Fall 2013 Spring 2014 Spring 2015 Students will express how their involvement in an incident impacted their lives and their community. Measure DIR-1 DIR-2 DIR-4 DIR-6 DIR-3 DIR-7 Collect Term Fall 2012 Fall 2014 Fall 2015 Spring 2013 Spring 2014 Spring 2014 Spring 2015 Fall 2015 Students will apply improved decision-making skills. Measure DIR-1 DIR-2 DIR-4 DIR-3 DIR-7 IND-1 Collect Term Fall 2012 Fall 2014 Fall 2015 Spring 2013 Spring 2014 Spring 2015 Summer 2013 Note: The OSC conducted two assessments this year, however, the pool of students was too small to determine results. The OSC will be continuing the BASICS and eToke assessment in the Fall of 2015 as well as the NASPA Conduct Consortium Survey.

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