Tim Love- OSCCR Director
Tim Love is the Director of the Office of Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution. A graduate of Loyola himself (B.A., 2003), Mr. Love is passionate about student conduct administration and proud to serve the Loyola community. Before returning to Loyola, Love worked at the John Felice Rome Center, taught high school in Micronesia with Jesuit Volunteer Corps, International, advised the Fraternity and Sorority system at Texas State University San Marcos, and earned his M.S. in Student Affairs in Higher Education at Colorado State University. Love is a trained Mediator and Council Facilitator and is presently working towards his J.D. at Loyola's School of Law. He has presented on Restorative Justice, Group Communication Skills, and Cultural Competence at national and regional conferences and is committed to helping Loyola students make responsible, informed decisions that ensure the safety of the Loyola community. He lives in the Edgewater neighborhood with his partner, Lisa, and their dog, Lexa.
Dana Broadnax - OSCCR Coordinator
As the Coordinator in the Office of Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution, Ms. Broadnax hears cases of alleged student misconduct and serves as an advisor to the Student Community Board. She is a proud graduate from James Madison University in Virginia where she received two degress, B.B.A. in Computer Information Systems and M.Ed. in College Student Personnel Administration. Dana has supported areas of higher-education such as Academic Advising, Career Counseling, Service-Learning programming, Multicultural affairs, International Student and Scholar Services, Residence Life and Student Conduct. Ms. Broadnax's personal mission is to promote and encourage a citizenship of community trustees by facilitating self-exploration, accountability, service, and ethical decision-making through a transformative adjudication process.
Mary Rinaldi is the administrative assistant to the OSCCR. If you need to pay a fine, have questions about your service hours, sanctions, dean's recommendation forms, the final review process, or any other matter regarding the conduct process, feel free to contact her. She can also assist in making appointments with hearing officers or the Dean of Students.
Melissa Pollay– Graduate Assistant
Melissa graduated from the University of California, Irvine with a B.A. in Anthropology in 2008. As an undergraduate, she was involved in residence life and visitor services, and also studied abroad in Lund, Sweden. After graduating, Melissa continued to work at UC Irvine in visitor services and off-campus student life for two years before moving to Chicago to attend Loyola's Higher Education Masters program. Melissa serves as an advisor to the Student Community Board and handles cases of alleged student misconduct.