Student Conduct Office Staff
Matthew Salter — Assistant Dean of Students and Director of Student Conduct
Matt has been at Keene State College since 2011 serving in various roles in student conduct and residential life. In his current capacity, Matt oversees the entire Conduct process including those directly working in the office and the Residence Directors in their roles as Hearing Officers. Matt also works with the City of Keene and focuses on student issues that occur in the Keene Community and off-campus.
Matt has been working in higher education since 2008 and has a Masters of Education degree in Higher Education Administration from The College of William and Mary, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and Psychology from Gettysburg College.
Cory M. Davis — Coordinator of Student Conduct
Cory joined the Student Conduct Office in December of 2014. In his role, he handles the day to day case management of the office focusing primarily on on-campus incidents as well as serving as the Hearing Chairperson for suspension and expulsion level Hearing Boards.
Cory has been working in higher education since 2010 and most recently served as a Residence Hall Director at Quinnipiac University. He has a Master’s of Education degree in Higher Education and Student Affairs from Salem State University and a Bachelor of Arts degree in History from the University of Maine.
Caroll Lothrop — Administrative Support
Caroll joined the Student Conduct Office in 2006. In her role, she serves as a frontline resource for students, faculty, staff, and parents. Caroll has a Bachelor’s degree in Education from the University of Massachusetts and a paralegal certificate from Keene State College. She is working on a Master’s program in Human Relations at Plymouth State University
Caroll serves on the Critical Incident Support Team on campus and enjoys working on a large variety of KSC related projects.
Contact the Office of Student Conduct
The Office of Student Conduct is located at 260 Main Street (Proctor House-white house with red shutters) across from the President’s House and the Arch.