The mission statement of ASCA is to advance the student conduct profession.
Membership in ASCA shall generally be open to any person who has a legitimate interest in the mission, vision, core values and activities of the Association and who agrees to abide by the provisions contained in the Associations Bylaws and Statement of Ethical Principles and Standards of Conduct. Eligibility criteria for each specific class of membership are outlined below. Members will be considered in good standing if they have no outstanding debt with the Association and have paid their dues (if required) in accordance with the dues schedule approved by the Board of Directors.
The Association for Student Judicial Affairs (ASJA) began in 1986 when Don Gehring of the University of Louisville, began to discuss with others his idea for a professional association to serve the needs of campus judicial officers. In January 1987, Don convened a small group of interested persons who were attending the Stetson University Law and Higher Education conference.
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If you have any questions, comments or concerns please feel free to contact the ASCA Central Office at 979.845.5262 or email@example.com.
ASCA Central Office
P.O. Box 2237
College Station, TX 77841-2237
471 Houston St
College Station, TX 77840
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