Disciplinary Procedures and Conflict Management
Conflicts and policy violations occur within MIT residence halls. Depending on the issue, there is a spectrum of resolution options available to residents involved--the person or people who caused harm and/or violated a policy and those affected by their actions. The spectrum spans from informal to formal in terms of involvement of others and action taken to resolve the issue. These resources include:
- Conflict Management@MIT: Champions of positive, creative, and effective personal interaction. We're here to give you the skills, tools, and practice to help you manage the challenges in your life and work.
- REFS: Low-barrier, informal conflict management resources provided by graduate students for graduate students. REFS are available to their fellows to support, informally mentor, and mediate during times of uncertainty, stress or conflict.
- Committee on Discipline: created to resolve complaints of alleged violations of policies and/or community standards by a student, former student, or student organization in a way that is objective and educational, not legalistic or adversarial.