Including resources for students experiencing food insecurity
Including resources for students experiencing food insecurity

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February 16, 2023
Dear students,
With spring right around the corner, we are writing to share a number of updates and reminders from the Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards (OSCCS). Scroll down to read about...
–  OSCCS's Community Conduct Intern Program
–  Applying for the Student Conduct Board
–  Aaron Lash Jr., OSCCS Senior Program Coordinator
–  Resources for students experiencing food insecurity
If you ever need to visit our office, we're located on the 2nd floor of the Crowell Building, on East Campus behind Wilson and Epworth dorms. You can also reach us by email ( or by phone (919-684-6938).
Thank you for making our community stronger!
Jeanna McCullers
Senior Associate Dean of Students
Director, Office of Student Conduct & Community Standards

Introducng the Community Conduct Intern Program
Community Conduct Interns work with the staff at the Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards to uphold and promote a strong culture of support, education, and citizenship at Duke. Interns will bridge the gap between the Office and the student body. Interns will help shape policies and create informed decisions about the future of the OSCCS.
Interns will meet a minimum of once weekly with staff and other interns to work on projects. Interns will also serve on the Student Conduct Board and as Peer Advisors. This experience is a great way for students to make tangible changes at Duke, help create an informed community, and foster a strong relationship between the student body and OSCCS. In the previous year, Community Conduct Interns have worked on initiatives surrounding hate and bias incidents.
Prospective interns should have strong interpersonal skills, analytical thinking, and a passion for driving change. For additional information about previous interns’ experiences, please contact current intern: Annie Feibel (
Graphic promoting the Student Conduct Board Panelist application. All info on the graphic is repeated in the copy text below.
The Office of Student Conduct & Community Standards (OSCCS) is proud to announce the opening of Student Conduct Board (SCB) panelist applications for the 2023-2024 academic year. Applications will close on February 24, 2023. 
The SCB is a group of students, faculty, and staff appointed to hear alleged infractions of university policy. The board is charged with determining whether a student’s/student group’s actions constitute a violation of university policy and if so, issue an appropriate outcome.
OSCSS is looking for open-minded students (undergraduate, graduate, and professional students) that care about accountability and desire to contribute to upholding the Duke Community Standard. OSCCS is interested in students who believe in peer-to-peer education and feel comfortable advocating and collaborating with other students, staff, and faculty regarding diverse alleged infractions of university policies. The SCB will be a beneficial personal and professional development opportunity for any student looking to increase their involvement within the Duke community.  
If this sounds like an opportunity you know a student would like to pursue, please encourage them to complete this application here by February 24, 2023. Please visit our website for more information about the SCB process within OSCCS. If you or any student have questions about the application, do not hesitate to contact Assistant Dean of Students, Adric Hardy (, and Senior Program Coordinator, Aaron Lash Jr. (
Meet our Senior Program Coordinator

Aaron Lash, Jr.

Get to know OSCCS's Senior Program Coordinator, Aaron Lash, Jr. Originally from San Diego, California, this is Aaron's fourth academic year at Duke. Watch the video to learn more!
Food Insecurity Resources
Over the past two semesters, the Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards (OSCCS) has received a significant number of Bryan Center Book Store theft reports from Duke University Police Department. Students should be aware that stealing items from the Bryan Center Book Store, or any other location is considered a violation of the Duke Community Standard. Students should also be aware there are staff dedicated to loss prevention and all theft incidents will be referred to OSCCS for disciplinary action.
Duke University is committed to supporting students in and outside of the classroom. If you or other students are struggling with food insecurity, please contact DukeReach and/or utilize the following campus resources:
GPSG Food Pantry:  Students may access non-perishable foods, baby and childcare items (food, diapers, wipes), personal and feminine hygiene products, and gently used professional clothing and household items from the Community Pantry free of charge. There is also a prepared meal program that offers vegan and vegetarian options. In person shopping is available on Saturdays from 12-2. For more information, please visit their website:  

Feed Every Devil:  Students are able to donate and request Food Points using the Feed Every Devil app/website. Once a request is fulfilled, the food points are available to use in Duke Dining locations right away.

If a student has complex or long-term needs, they can reach out to the following campus resources:
Financial Aid:  Students can look up their financial aid counselor's contact information in DukeHub or they can email the Financial Support Office at Website:
Office of Personal Finance:
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