Examining student conduct administrative perspectives on contemporary federal guidance for campus sexual violence
Sexual violence on college campuses is a prevalent issue that has received recent, federal guidance for how colleges should facilitate their student conduct administrative processes. The purpose of this study was to examine student conduct administrators' perspectives, by higher education institution type, on contemporary federal guidance for campus sexual violence. This study used a quantitative descriptive design to examine how the implementation of recent guidance for campus sexual violence has impacted student conduct administrators' perspectives on caseloads, facilitating procedural and safety awareness efforts, campus community safety, and the effectiveness of the Campus SaVE Act amendment to the Jeanne Clery Act. The knowledge gained in this study will aid the field of student conduct administration by identifying professional development needs.