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Student Engagement

Carolina Judicial Council

Description:
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.

Recruitment date:
The Carolina Judicial Council accepts applications for membership each fall semester. Please visit our website below for more details.

Qualifications:

Open to all majors. Must be in good academic standing with the university. Full-time student status.

Class requirement:
None

Training:
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.

Meeting time:
Wednesdays at 7pm during fall and spring semesters.

Time commitment:
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.

Contact:
Alisa Cooney Liggett, alisac@mailbox.sc.edu

Website:
carolinajudicialcouncil.org

Pay:

None