Links to campus events: stufftodo.missouri.edu & calendar.missouri.edu
(Examples of events that will NOT qualify: Sporting Events, Movies, Concerts, Football tailgates, club meetings, blood drives, and anything required for a class or organization you are a member of, etc. If in doubt email firstname.lastname@example.org for pre-approval.)
Submission Process: Please upload your completed 500 word summary for each event on OrgSync.
Specific:Does your goal clearly and specifically state what you are trying to achieve? If your goal is particularly large or lofty, try breaking it down into smaller, specific SMART goals.
Measurable: How will you (and others) know if progress is being made on achieving your goal? Can you quantify or put numbers to your outcome?
Attainable: If achieving your goal dependent on anyone else? Is it possible to reframe your goal so it only depend on you and not others? What factors may prevent you from accomplishing your goal?
Relevant: Why is achieving this goal important to you? What values in your life does this goal reflect? What effect will achieving your goal have on your life or on others?
Time-bound: When will you reach your goal? Again, if your goal is particularly large, try breaking it down into smaller goals with appropriate incremental deadlines.
Read the Statement of Values and then respond to the following reflective questions:
As assigned, the topic will be related to the incident that violated the code of conduct.
After completion and submission of all other sanctions you need to email the Office of Student Conduct at email@example.com to request your reflection paper writing prompt or pick up the prompt in the Office of Student Conduct, MU Student Center G206.
Please note this is an outline of the most utilized sanctions. Additional sanctions not listed may be imposed upon any student found to have violated the Standard of Conduct.