STUDENT CONDUCT STAFF DIRECTORY

247 Memorial Hall
University of Georgia
Athens, GA 30602
(706) 542-1131

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Director of Student Conduct
247 Memorial Hall Athens GA 30602 Work Phone: 706-542-1131

Biographical Info

Rebecca serves as the Director for the Office of Student Conduct, providing oversight and leadership for the University’s student conduct system. Rebecca facilitates the University’s Sexual Misconduct Policy/Title IX hearings, and serves as a member of the Division of Student Affairs’ Leadership team and also the University’s Behavioral Assessment and Response Council.

Prior to assuming the Director role, Rebecca served as the Associate Director for the Office of Student Conduct at the University of Georgia.  Her responsibilities included managing all incoming referrals and reports to the office regarding the University’s student conduct process. She was responsible for resolving alleged violations of UGA’s code of conduct and for oversight of all case assignments, budget management, office supervision, and for coordination of the office’s outreach and education initiatives.

Rebecca received a B.A. from LaGrange College, a Master of Education degree in Higher Education and Student Affairs from the University of South Carolina, and her Juris Doctor from the University of Georgia School of Law.

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Administrative Services Manager
247 Memorial Hall Athens GA 30602 Work Phone: 706-542-1131
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Assistant Director for Student Conduct – Investigations
247 Memorial Hall Athens GA 30602 Work Phone: 706-542-1131

Biographical Info

Adrian Pritchett serves as the assistant director for investigations in the Office of Student Conduct. As the primary investigator for the office, he speaks with students and community members to gather information about alleged violations, ultimately preparing reports for the University Judiciary. Adrian also serves as an administrative officer, meeting with students who have been referred to the office and then working with them toward appropriate resolutions.

Adrian attended the University of Georgia where he earned an AB from the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences and a JD from the School of Law. After practicing as an attorney in the fields of bankruptcy and domestic relations for seven years, he was eager to take the opportunity to return to his alma mater and support students on their educational journey. He enjoys working with students and strives to see each student become successful and engaged in the University community.

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Assistant Director for Student Conduct – University Judiciary
247 Memorial Hall Athens GA 30602 Work Phone: 706-542-1131
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Assistant Director for Student Conduct – University Housing
247 Memorial Hall Athens GA 30602 Work Phone: 706-542-1131

Biographical Info

Amelia Rose serves as the Assistant Director for Student Conduct and liaison to University Housing’s Residential Programs and Services. She is responsible for resolving alleged violations of the Code of Conduct, managing incoming reports through the University’s student conduct process, and providing trainings to University Housing staff regarding policy, documentation, and case management.

Prior to assuming her role, Amelia Rose supported student development through student conduct, residence life, campus ministry, and other roles. Amelia Rose previously served as a Residential Mentor at IMG Academy, Residence Life Coordinator at Louisiana State University, Coordinator of Student Conduct at Georgia Southern University, and Information Analyst at the Georgia Institute of Technology. She has also supported student success through volunteerism with Fellowship of Christian Athletes, the Cam Newton Foundation, and British Computer Society (BCS), The Chartered Institute for IT.

Amelia Rose received a Bachelor of Arts in English from Kennesaw State University and a Master of Education degree in Higher Education Administration from Auburn University. She also attended seminary at McAfee School of Theology at Mercer University. Her passions include holistic student development, character education, and collegiate athletics.

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