Future of the Profession

A forward-looking initiative to design a stronger, healthier, and more sustainable campus housing profession.


There are times when college and university students push boundaries, make questionable decisions, violate agreed-upon guidelines, and find themselves on the wrong side of the campus judicial system.

When those times occur, ResLife.net helps transform those incidents into learning opportunities for the violator as well as works to restore community and order in their wake. 

ResLife.net is an online resource that believes building community and addressing student behavior begins long before any violation occurs. A library of continually updated, no-cost resources helps housing staff and resident assistants increase their understanding of topics such as supervision, crisis intervention, programming, leadership development, and more. 

In addition, ResLife.net offers two subscription-based services that provide online educational programs for students facing sanctions within your campus’ disciplinary process. Using proven online learning strategies and technology, ResLife.net delivers results while freeing your staff from administrative tasks and allowing additional time for more productive student-facing interactions.

Judicial Educator

The Judicial Educator provides a series of online courses that can be assigned to students who have committed violations within your campus system. Applying restorative practices, these courses educate the offending student and help deter future violations. Topics covered in the Judicial Educator include: 

  • Alcohol Use and Abuse
  • Anger Management
  • Campus Safety
  • Civility and Respect
  • Conflict Management
  • COVID-19 Violations
  • Dating Violence and Date Rape
  • Diversity
  • Fire Safety
  • Marijuana Use and Abuse
  • Peer Harassment
  • Roommate Conflicts
  • Smoking

The Judicial Educator holds students to account by ensuring that they complete the assigned course. After students enroll in the course, they proceed through the educational material. To complete the module, students must correctly answer at least seven out of 10 randomly generated questions. After passing the test and completing the module, the subscribing campus is notified via email, and the records are stored in a database.

The Judicial Educator is an affordable resource for any campus. Pricing models are based on a sliding scale determined by an institution’s total number of residents. Campuses pay one use fee and then have full access to make unlimited student referrals. Additional discounts are available for institutions that use the system across their entire campus. 

RAISE System

Academic integrity is vital to any institution, and evolving technology is providing additional challenges. Campuses turn to the RAISE System (for “Raising Academic Integrity Standards in Education”) to help students understand the ethical and practical implications of topics such as unauthorized collaboration, technology, plagiarism and copyright, and decision-making guidelines. 

The RAISE System course was created by a panel of experts that included faculty, staff, and administrators. The course includes five modules with a learning assessment test for each of them. The entire module takes students approximately 55 minutes to complete. Campuses count on the RAISE System to help first-year students during the summer before classes begin or during the academic year as part of first-year experience classes. It is used by academic advisors, assigned by individual faculty as part of their class, or required as part of sanctions for academic violations.

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