The ASCSU Supreme Court strives for the fair and equal treatment of all students in their conduct proceedings at the University, whether those proceedings are through the office of Conflict Resolution and Student Conduct Services or through the Associated Students of Colorado State University. We are committed to creating a safe environment, promoting student success, and representing student interests in the CSU community. Secondly, the Court has judicial authority over ASCSU. This responsibility includes interpreting, upholding, and enforcing the ASCSU Constitution, acts of the ASCSU Senate, acts of other ASCSU boards and committees, and the bylaws of the ASCSU Supreme Court.

Chief Justice

Madison Taylor

Maddie is a senior studying economics, statistics and political science. As chief justice, she is responsible for running the Judicial branch and chairing the All University Hearing Board. She wants you all to know that the Supreme Court, or Judicial Branch, is here to support its students through a restorative process since we work within ASCSU and the Student Resolution Office. We are not here to be punitive or punish you simply because we all want to see you succeed here at Colorado State University. If any of you have any questions about the Judicial Branch feel free to email us or stop by the office to visit. I would love to meet you all. Go Rams!

For questions about the Supreme Court or ASCSU Judicial Process, email: ascsu_supreme_court@mail.colostate.edu

Deputy Chief Justice

Amelia Guglielmi

Amélia is a senior studying Political Science with a concentration in global policy, as well as minors in international development and legal studies. Outside of ASCSU, she is also involved in the CSU Model United Nations Club, as well as the College of Liberal Arts Ambassador program. As an Associate Justice, she sits on committees chaired by the Chief Justice, and assists in carrying out the Court’s mission – restorative justice.

For questions about the Supreme Court or ASCSU Judicial Process, email: ascsu_supreme_court@mail.colostate.edu

Associate Justice

Jack Hermanson

Jack is a sophomore studying Business Management, CIS, and Spanish. As an Associate Justice, he advocates for the best interests of students in CSU’s conduct processes and student-government initiatives. He believes that, by holding ourselves and our institutions accountable, we can create a safe, growth-oriented environment that prepares students for long-term success. Please do not hesitate to reach out with any questions or comments regarding our student conduct system, the role of our branch, or life in general!

For questions about the Supreme Court or ASCSU Judicial Process, email: ascsu_supreme_court@mail.colostate.edu

Associate Justice

Ben Blea

Ben is a junior majoring in Political Science with an emphasis on Constitutional Law and Public Policy, as well as minors in Political Communication, and History. He is someone who is passionate about CSU and advocating for the well being of the CSU student body. As an Associate Justice he wants to make sure that everyone feels welcome and heard on campus, and help to generate a productive and welcoming environment on campus.

For questions about the Supreme Court or ASCSU Judicial Process, email: ascsu_supreme_court@mail.colostate.edu

Associate Justice

Courtney Hardy

Courtney is a Biomedical Science Major with a minor in Microbiology. Outside of ASCSU, she is also involved in the Black/African American Cultural Center (B/AACC). She is excited for the opportunity to serve the student body and to add a diverse voice to the ASCSU Supreme Court.

For questions about the Supreme Court or ASCSU Judicial Process, email: ascsu_supreme_court@mail.colostate.edu

Associate Justice

Chloe Harp-Rasmussen

Chloe is a junior studying US Government and Law, Business Management, and is working on a certificate in Entrepreneurship. She is also a member of Kappa Alpha Theta and works hard to make sure her organization and its members are well supported. As an Associate Justice, she hopes she can support ASCSU and the members of the CSU community through the ASCSU constitution. She welcomes the opportunity to answer any questions about the Judicial Branch for ASCSU.

For questions about the Supreme Court or ASCSU Judicial Process, email: ascsu_supreme_court@mail.colostate.edu

Associate Justice

Samantha Gaston

Samantha is a senior studying journalism with a minor in legal studies. In addition to serving on the ASCSU Supreme Court, she is also involved in a sorority on campus. She is passionate about serving students at Colorado State University through the restorative process practiced by the court.

For questions about the Supreme Court or ASCSU Judicial Process, email: ascsu_supreme_court@mail.colostate.edu

Student Resolution Center

“SRC aims to assist, educate and support CSU students through two processes: Conflict Resolution – voluntary, neutral, confidential process to assist students when conflicts, disputes or issues arise. and  Student Conduct – one-on-one meetings to discuss alleged violations of the Student Conduct Code, hear student perspectives, explore personal responsibility, hold students accountable and provide educational and restorative outcomes when appropriate.”

CSU Human Resource Services

The Student Resolution Center encourages students to gain awareness, knowledge, skills, and opportunities as they navigate challenges and make informed decisions. We promote safe, respectful and inclusive communities by valuing integrity, perspective-taking and personal responsibility.

Get Involved

If you need anything regarding the Judicial process, go to our ‘Contact’ page.