Thank you for your interest in serving on the Integrity Board at the University of Puget Sound! We are excited about the possibility of working with you. Your application acknowledges this position’s commitment and responsibility to serve your peers by assisting with Integrity Board Hearings. 

The Office of Student Accountability & Restorative Practices is crucial to the effective educational functioning of the University of Puget Sound. It is important to clearly outline the conduct process and all rights and responsibilities of students and strive towards a goal of accountability, self-reflection, and an understanding of consequences of actions and behavior in all conduct proceedings. 

For cases that require an investigation, deemed more severe in nature, and/or cases in which the student, group, or organization has more than one prior student conduct case (with responsible findings), the student/group/organization will be assigned to an Integrity Board Hearing. 

The Integrity Board will consist of three members, made up of students, faculty, and staff, as well as a process facilitator. Board members are trained to adjudicate alleged violations of the Student Integrity Code. 

  • Communication and listening skills: shows an awareness of verbal and non-verbal skills. Express yourself clearly, listen to the ideas and opinions of others, and be attentive.

  • Confidentiality and Discretion: composed, willing to take an unpopular stand, able to support one's ideas, strong self-concept. Integrity Board Members may not disclose proceedings, outcomes, or information about any integrity board hearings. Any breach would result in disciplinary action, including possible discharge from your position.

  • Assertiveness skills: expresses self honestly without infringing on the rights of others.

  • Ethical Problem Solving and Compromise: makes decisions objectively after thinking through most aspects of the issue. Willing to reconsider viewpoints given new and significant information, willing to make compromises, willing to work as a group member.

  • Leadership: can direct others without being overbearing, encourages participation, and earns respect.

  • Maturity: exhibits sound judgment, can set goals and evaluate progress, purposeful, reliable, and responsible. Ability to be fair and honest

  • Motivation/enthusiasm: expresses sincere interest and enthusiasm for working with other students, general understanding of the position, desire to learn more.


In order to be considered for a student position on the Integrity Board you must meet the following qualifications.

  • Good academic and behavioral standing at the time of application and throughout the term of appointment.  

  • Be a full-time undergraduate or graduate student

  • Attend all training sessions 

  • Be able to attend assigned integrity board hearings throughout the year. 

  • To avoid a conflict of interest, students may not also simultaneously hold one of the following positions:  Resident Assistant, Resident Community Coordinator, ASUPS Senate Representative, ASUPS Executive branch or work for Security Services.


Please fill out the application.

Integrity Board Application

If you are interested in participating for the 2023-2024 academic year, please submit an application so it is on file.


Thank you for your consideration! We look forward to hearing from you – if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Office of Student Accountability & Restorative Practices: