When a college student is accused of violating the code of conduct, they may feel lost, anxious, and scared about their future. That’s where Student Defenders come in. These are students who are trained as conduct advisors and who work to protect the right to due process, or the right to fair treatment in a disciplinary process, for all students.
The FIRE Student Network is a coalition of students who recognize the importance of advancing civil liberties on their campuses. Signing up is free!
Ready to speak out on campus? This is your chance to learn how to ignite your rights. FIRE may also reimburse travel and lodging costs.
Higher education — and your college campus — needs healthy, rigorous, and productive conversations. Here’s how you can help.
Check out this list for inspiration on some of the many ways you can use campus activism to promote free speech on your campus.
The warning signs of over-restrictive speech codes can be difficult to spot — unless you know what you’re looking for.
This toolkit has all of the information and resources you need to get a free speech policy statement adopted at your school.
FIRE offers a 10-week, paid summer internship as part of our efforts to educate students about their rights at colleges and universities.
FIRE’s Student Press Freedom Initiative defends free press on campus by advocating for the rights of student journalists at colleges and universities across the country.
FIRE is excited to offer a semester-long, paid, remote program as part of our efforts to educate and empower students on American college and university campuses.
Learn more about how FIRE advocates for your rights.
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