How Can Conflict Resolution Help You?
Facing a challenge with a roommate, professor, classmate, boss, friend, advisor, etc.? Recieve one-on-one coaching to get clarity, explore options, and develop solutions.
Looking for assistance in having a difficult conversation? Mediators act as neutral third parties and help facilitate a constructive conversation between individuals in conflict.
Restorative Justice is a means of addressing harmful behaviors that promotes relationship-building, understanding, repair, and closure.
Final grade not what you expected? One of your options may be to file a grade appeal. Conflict Resolution staff can explain the appeal process and help you craft an effective appeal.
Want to learn more about how you respond to conflict? The Conflict Dynamics Profile is an assessment that reveals your constructive behaviors, destructive behaviors, and hot buttons in conflict.
Disagree with the outcome of your hearing with Student Conduct Services? You can file an appeal. Conflict Resolution staff can explain the this process and provide feedback.
Get answers to frequently asked questions about Conflict Resolution Services.