To beef up enforcement of its student code of conduct, East Carolina University plans to fill an open assistant director position to handle a caseload that last year included more than 2,900 charges, officials said this week.
The hire would round out the staff at the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities and possibly bring new balance to the University Neighborhood Revitalization Workgroup, the department director said.
For the past two months, an ad-hoc committee has been studying ways to improve relations between the city and ECU by resolving issues related to student renters in the Tar River and College View historic districts.
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