Carolina Judicial Council
A unique student organization at the University of South Carolina, the Carolina Judicial Council is a recognized honors society and as such attracts some of the University's elite students. The Council serves a dual purpose; as campus role models, we personify the tenets of our guiding philosophy, the Carolinian Creed, and we function as a peer conduct review board acting with the Office of Student Conduct and Academic Integrity.
The Carolina Judicial Council accepts applications for membership each fall semester. Please visit our website below for more details.
Open to all majors. Must be in good academic standing with the university. Full-time student status.
New member training held every spring semester from 5:45-6:45pm on Wednesdays before the meeting. Small training sessions occur at every meeting for the entire council.
Wednesdays at 7pm during fall and spring semesters.
On average, 2 hours per week depending on your involvement with the council. During recruitment and Creed activities, involvement can be as much as 5-7 hours per week. Members may sit on hearings whenever they are available.
Alisa Cooney Liggett, firstname.lastname@example.org