Student Conduct Coordinator
Steve Schuh serves as a Student Conduct Coordinator. In this position, he adjudicates and coordinates conduct cases. Originally from New England, Steve graduated from the University of Rhode Island with a B.S. in Human Development with a leadership concentration and earned his M.S. in Higher Education Administration from New England College.
Steve was very involved as an undergrad, holding multiple leadership position in Greek life, interning in the Student Programming Office and working as the manager for the URI ropes course. Following graduation, Steve worked as a case manager in the mental health field. Prior to arriving to Virginia Tech, he worked as a Residential Learning Coordinator and Academic Associate at Winthrop University in South Carolina where he oversaw the operation of a first year residence hall, taught a first year seminar course and guided assessment for the department of residence life. Steve joined the Office of Student Conduct at Virginia Tech as a Conduct Coordinator in September 2017 and is working towards a Ph.D. in Higher Education.
New Hall West
Suite 141 (0428)
Blacksburg, VA 24061