The Campus Mediation Program is a joint effort between the College of Business and the Department of Student Community Ethics (DSCE). Our goals are education, student development and retention, and behavioral change. The Campus Medation Program is designed to help facilitate conversation between disputing parties in the Western Carolina University Community. CMP was launched in April 2007, and has helped many WCU students come to mutual dispute resolutions. The Campus Mediation Program office is located at 110 E Scott Hall.
Cases will be co-mediated; typically with one student mediator and one faculty mediator. To ensure the integrity of the process, mediations must be held confidential, with a few exceptions.
Campus Mediation is not designed to investigate alleged violations of university rules and regulations, and will not refer these types of cases to the university judicial system or other appropriate venue for sanctions; however, a breach of a mediation agreement between the parties or similar conduct with a different party will be forwarded to the Department of Student Community Ethics (DSCE) for record-keeping and follow-up.
If you are interested in having a dispute mediated, please download this form and return to Scott 110. Self Referral Form
If you’d like more information regarding mediation or scheduling a mediation, please contact our Student Case Coordinator at 227-7234 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you’re interested in becoming a Student Mediator, please contact email@example.com.