Peer Conduct Review Board (PCRB)
The Peer Conduct Review Board (PCRB) serves to educate members of the University Housing and Food Services (UHFS) community at California State University, Chico on the skills of community responsibility, responsible freedom, and self-discipline.
The role of PCRB is to meet with residents who are alleged to have been involved in violations of UHFS policies, and investigate such incidents. PCRB makes decisions regarding the facts of the incident, determines if a policy was violated and if so, recommends appropriate consequences (sanctions and conditions) for behaviors.
Serving on PCRB is both a privilege and a responsibility as students will be hearing real cases involving students of our residence halls. There is an expectation that students uphold the confidentiality of each case at all times. Students who hold this leadership position are expected to be exemplary role models in the living community and on the California State University, Chico campus.
The main purpose of PCRB is to promote both education and self-awareness.
- An educational approach provides the student with an arena to see how his/her conduct has affected self and others. This is a process aimed at educating students towards personal and social maturity.
- Additionally, this process also maintains and promotes a residence hall environment that is conducive to the personal and academic growth of all its residents.
- To facilitate the residents in learning to assume responsibility for their actions.
- To help residents understand the consequences of their actions.
- To promote a positive community in the residence halls and housing facilities.
- To focus on the growth and development of the individual student by encouraging self-discipline and fostering a respect for the rights and privileges of others.
Residents majoring in Criminal Justice, Political Science, Communications: Communication and Public Affairs, Psychology, Liberal Studies, Social Work may benefit from serving on PCRB.
University Village Residence Community Coordinator
Hello!! My name is Sarah Beth Lasnik and I am the Residence Community Coordinator for University Village. I was born and raised in Salinas, CA, the “Salad Bowl of the World”. I am a proud alum of California State University, Chico. I graduated with a Bachelors of Art in Child Development, a Bachelors of Art in Liberal Studies and a minor in Psychology. After five years at CSU, Chico I moved to Oxford, MS where I attended the University of Mississippi (Ole Miss). At Ole Miss, I became a football fan, Hotty Toddy!, learned that you can buy chicken on a stick, and that humidity is not friendly to one’s hair. After two years in Mississippi working in housing, orientation and judicial affairs, I earned a Masters of Arts in Higher Education and Student Personnel. After another hot summer, I moved to Louisville, Kentucky where I worked at the University of Louisville, go CARDS! I can now say that I have attended the Kentucky Derby and tried a “hot brown”. I am so excited to be back in Chico and working at Chico State, where my passion began in helping students as a resident advisor. I am a huge fan of the SF Giants, the beach, and reading! Welcome to University Village and the Chico State community!