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Communio in Action. Cynthia Barnett Assistant Dean for Campus Life Rob Trembinski Director of Residential Education & Judicial Affairs. Communio.

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communio in action

Communio in Action

Cynthia Barnett

Assistant Dean for Campus Life

Rob Trembinski

Director of Residential Education &

Judicial Affairs

communio
Communio

As an academic institution, our community is rooted in the Norbertine ideal of communio, which is characterized by mutual esteem, trust, sincerity, faith and responsibility.

Communio is lived through open dialogue, communication, consultation, and collaboration.

Communio encourages us to respond individually and collectively to the needs of our local and global communities.

the change model
The Change Model

Change Yourself

  • Engage in self understanding, explore spirituality, communicate effectively, engage in activities that enhance physical, psychological and emotional health.

Change Your Community

  • Understand and appreciate human differences, Develop meaningful relationships based on mutual respect, identify and strengthen moral convictions

Change Your World

  • Act with integrity, Serve as a responsible citizen
our guiding principles
Our Guiding Principles

Student-Centered

  • Students are our first priority, and we challenge them to explore their potential. We seek to create environments conducive to student learning, and create opportunities for students to develop as individuals and leaders

Excellence

  • We are committed to excellence in programs and services that provide opportunities for personal, intellectual and spiritual development

Diversity

  • We believe that differences and diverse points-of-view are valuable and that everyone can make a difference. We are inclusive of all people and have mutual respect for all people

Integrity

  • We are dedicated to providing an environment of respect, trust, and confidence through accountability, consistency, collaboration and honest communication between all members of the community
by joining the st norbert community you agree to
By Joining the St Norbert Community you agree to;
  • Act with INTEGRITY
  • RESPECT the sacred dignity of others, our campus and our traditions
  • Take RESPONSIBILITY for yourself and your actions
  • Be HONESTat all times
  • Build RELATIONSHIPS with faculty, staff and other students that might be different than you
  • EXPLORE your spirituality while respecting the religious traditions of others
the citizen
The Citizen

www.snc.edu/studentaffairs/citizen

The Citizen is your guide to understanding what it means to be an SNC student

It contains

  • Academic Regulations
  • Institutional Policies and Procedures
  • Behavioral Policies
  • Student Conduct Process

Students are responsible for reading, understanding, and complying with this information

our policies
Our Policies
  • Our policies are based on Local, State and Federal laws
    • Alcohol
    • Drugs
  • 99% of the SNC Behavioral policies are grounded on respect for yourself and others
    • Property
    • Personal behavior
    • Health and Safety
behavioral policies
Behavioral Policies

Good Decisions

Not-As-Good Decisions

  • Study for exams
  • Go to class
  • Meet new friends
  • Get involved on campus
  • Spend time with friends in the campus center
  • Work out in Schuldes
  • Go to programs in your building
  • Cram at the last minute
  • “Meh, I’ll make the next one”
  • Hide in your room
  • Get involved with house parties
  • Recklessly start fires
  • Run from Police
  • Host parties in your room
the conduct process1
The Conduct Process

Possible Sanctions include but are not limited to;

  • Alcohol First Offence
    • $50 Fine, Probation
  • Drug First Offence
    • $200 Fine, Drug Assessment with a Counselor, Discipline Probation
  • Alcohol Second Offence
    • $100 Fine, Alcohol Assessment with Counselor, letter sent home to parents or guardian
  • Drug Second Offence
    • Possible suspension from the Institution
questions

Questions?

Cindi Barnett

Assistant Dean for Campus Life

Cindi.barnett@snc.edu

Rob Trembinski

Director of Residential Education and Judicial Affairs

Rob.Trembinski@snc.edu