The Peer Review Board (PRB) is a panel of 3 to 5 student volunteers and provides an opportunity for a fair and balanced airing of a dispute between various parties in the form of a hearing. The philosophy of the PRB is to empower student peers to help to define and uphold community standards in the residence context.


The principal functions of the PRB include conducting hearings in a fair, consistent, and timely manner, employing sanctions whose aim is educational not punitive (where possible), considering the needs and interests of the community in balance with those of the individual(s) involved in any Student Code of Rights and Responsibilities or Residence Community Standards violations, and making recommendations regarding residence policies.


Further details about the Peer Review Board and its proceedings can be found at:


If you’d like to get involved with the PRB at Glendon, please contact Aaron Doupe, PRB Advisor at