Areas of Study


As part of the University’s Living, Well-Being, and Belonging initiative, Student Accountability and Restorative Practices (SARP) is committed to building connections, fostering empathy, and facilitating meaningful conversations grounded in restorative justice principles to promote accountability, learning, healing, and growth.

Restorative justice considers the importance of harms created or caused during a conflict or violation, the needs of those impacted by the conflict or violation, the obligations of the individual who created the harm, and engaging community members who might be directly or indirectly affected by the harm. By utilizing restorative practices, we hope to encourage and support students to take active accountability for their actions, address the harms created, and work within our campus community to repair and heal any harm created by misconduct.

Restorative Practices Processes can be requested by students, student organizations, or community members as one of the resolution options. This case can be the result of an actual student conduct violation as outlined in the handbook, or can be the result of a conflict or harm created that is not in direct violation of the student conduct code.

Meet the Team

Amy Rousseau

Director, Student Accountability and Restorative Practices

Travis Clevenger

Student Accountability Coordinator

Kay Amos

Student Accountability Manager


Contact Us

Student Accountability & Restorative Practices (SARP)

Amy Rousseau

9:00 am-5:00 pm
9:00 am-5:00 pm
9:00 am-5:00 pm
9:00 am-5:00 pm
9:00 am-5:00 pm

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