Social Regulations Council

The student body of Rhodes has the responsibility of governing its social and moral conduct on campus through the cooperative efforts of class and ex-officio members of the Social Regulations Council. The membership of the Council consists of elected class representatives of the student body.

The Council’s responsibilities are to investigate social offenses and enforce regulations with penalties up to and including expulsion, to advise the College administration on social regulations, and to promote responsible, sensitive, and mature conduct among students.

Policies and procedures of the board are found in the Social Regulations Constitution.

Social Regulations Council Cases - Spring 2016