Student Conduct Caseworker
Hello! I’m Constance and I’m a third year transfer student majoring in Criminology, Law & Society. I hope to set precedent as a caseworker to provide students with a clear and comprehensive view of the student conduct process, consistent with values associated with the theory of procedural justice. In my free time I like to decorate cakes, practice calligraphy, and shoot with UCI Archery.
Hello everyone, my name is Diana Acuña and I’m a second year majoring in English and Political Science. In my free time you can find me volunteering at the FRESH Basic Needs Hub on campus, at the ARC or writing. As the first academic caseworker I’d like to set the paradigm that our academic integrity cases are an opportunity to learn from our mistakes and most importantly to grow from them. All while providing our students with a fair due process.
As ASUCI caseworkers, we strive to provide guidance and accurate information regarding Academic Integrity and Student Conduct processes so students are aware of their options for appeals and possible sanction outcomes. We hope to be a valuable resource for students who are facing the process so they do not feel overwhelmed by it. Additionally we’d like to provide students with a place free of judgement and confidentiality. Our job is not to reprimand students but to ensure that they are aware of their rights and the process that takes place as a result of the violation or misconduct at hand.
The ASUCI Caseworkers are one of the many resources on campus available for students facing issues. Below is a list of available resources on campus related to finding the support you might need when involved in an academic integrity or conduct issue.
Constance’s Office Hours – Monday: 1PM-2PM
Diana’s Office Hours – Wednesday: 12PM-1PM