Student Affairs Annual Report - To learn more about how Loyola implements these, view the Student Affairs Annual Report.
Procedural Advisor is the individual who is selected by and assists a complainant or accused student throughout the investigative and/or disciplinary processes; is any person, including but not limited to staff, faculty, family member, and legal counsel; may be, but may not act in the role of, an attorney; is expected to personally advise the student; does not speak for the student, ask any questions, and/or make presentations or comments, including writing, physically demonstrating, or otherwise communicating to the student or conduct officer/board during the hearing. Below is a list of University affiliates who have been trained in the basic student conduct procedures, who you may request to serve as your Procedural Advisor if you are currently involved in an investigation or conduct process. Please note that the following staff are University officials who will assist and advocate for you throughout the processes, but they are not able to maintain confidentiality if they learn of something that may harm the University and/or its community. To contact one of the Procedural Advisors, email them directly; contact information for each advisor can be found by clicking on their name below.