This is a limited term position ending December 31, 2021.
The Division of Student Affairs supports dynamic co-curricular learning and engagement for all undergraduate and graduate students within the School of Arts & Sciences, the School of Engineering, and the School of the Museum of Fine Arts (SMFA@Tufts). As a central resource supporting the safety, engagement, and wellbeing of all Tufts AS&E students, the Office of the Dean of Student Affairs promulgates community standards; coordinates communication between campus constituencies and departments; supports programs and activities to advance student learning; facilitates the coordinated support of individual students, and; works cooperatively with members of the faculty and the colleges’ senior leadership team to ensure the successful achievement of institutional and divisional goals, vision, and values.
The Office of Community Standards, part of the Office of the Dean of Student Affairs, contributes to the holistic development of the student experience at Tufts by educating students about university expectations of behavior; enforcing university policy in a way that is fair, educational, and promotes safety; and by managing the student conduct program in a way helps students participating in the process learn from their life experience. The office partners closely with colleagues across the university (e.g., Residential Life & Learning, Campus Life, Tufts University Police Department, Office of Equal Opportunity, Career Center, Health Services, Counseling & Mental Health Services, Health Education, and Student Affairs at the SMFA) on a variety of related programs and initiatives.
The Assistant Director of Community Standards is responsible for providing high quality educational and personal interventions to Tufts students who complain of, witness, or are accused of violations of University policies, and for providing support to the campus student conduct system.