Vice President (Judicial Affairs) - Brandon Tyrrell

The Vice President of Judicial Affairs (VPJA) is the direct supervisor of all Residence Facilitators across campus, and oversees all non-academic judicial initiatives in residence. The VPJA also oversees the StAR program, which seeks to reward residents that go above and beyond of what is expected in community living. Residents that seek to promote a safe and positive environment for all residents, and help to create a stronger community are considered for this award, and can be nominated to receive one by any student staff member. The VPJA, along with the VPRA and President is an elected position with a term length of one year. 

The VPJA is a student advocate that holds a joint role in the administration of Community Standards within the residence misconduct system. In this role, I am committed to ensuring equality before and under Residence Community Standards. Through working with our Residence Facilitators to implement proactive initiatives, including making students more aware of common violations in the residence community and listening to students who share their experiences with the system. I ensure each student subject to the Community Standards is treated equitably and is informed about the system.

Contact at Brandon vpja@ressoc.queensu.ca