Content Advisory Committee

ASCA aspires to be the thought leader within the student conduct community and the Content Advisory Committee’s goals are to support the Association by creating and cultivating resources and content to those working in behavior-influencing fields.

The Content Advisory Committee will achieve this charge by leading the following initiatives:

Content Delivery:

  • ASCA Blog: The publication of a twice monthly blog post. The ASCA Blog will provide the ASCA membership with short, engaging, written content. Members will be able to learn about a variety of topics affecting the profession and integrate the concepts into their work. Submit a Blog Proposal!
  • Reflections Educational Magazine: The publication of a biannual magazine that will provide the ASCA membership with longer form written content that integrates research and practice into a variety of topics and themes affecting the student conduct profession.
  • The Viewpoints Podcast: The regular distribution of a podcast that provides the ASCA membership with information through interviews, discussions, and other content in an audio format.
  • Journal of the Association of Student Conduct Administration: The publication of an annual scholarly journal as “The premier authority in higher education for student conduct administration and conflict resolution.”

Content Advisory and Development:

  • Content Advisory: The committee will serve in an advisory capacity to the Board of Directors by receiving proposals from the membership related to creative content and reviewing and investigating those proposals that warrant additional consideration.
  • ASCA Positions Statements: The Content Advisory Committee will be responsible for the upkeep and development of new position statements. This publication represents ASCA’s official stance, beliefs, and perspective as it relates to student conduct-related topics.
  • Content Development: The committee will lead the Association in providing ASCA-branded content to the membership and beyond. It will aspire to become the student conduct thought leaders within the student affairs community.

Tom Hardiman 
NC State University