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Carolina Judicial Council
What to Expect
The Carolina Judicial Council is a recognized honors society and a path to Graduation with Leadership Distinction that represents two important parts of USC: the conduct system and the Carolinian Creed. Members are ambassadors to the Carolinian Creed - the guiding tenants of being a Carolinian. Additionally, CJC members serve in conduct review boards to allow students under conduct review to be heard by their peers. By participating in CJC, members have the opportunity to develop professional soft skills and engage with the Carolina community in a meaningful and educational way.
Associated Student Organization (ASO): student organizations to which the University has delegated certain limited authority to perform specific tasks aligned with the University's mission. These groups are required to maintain a University Advisor who is acting within the context of their university employment.