Office of Student Advocacy and Accountability


Our Mission

As a department within the Division for Student Affairs, the mission of Student Advocacy and Accountability is to enhance the learning environment for members of the Southeastern Louisiana University Community.  This is accomplished by:

  1. Educating Southeastern students and student organizations about their rights, responsibilities, and expectations as members of a community.
  2. Providing a fair and EDUCATIONAL process for students and student organizations through which alleged violations of the University Code of Conduct are resolved.
  3. Enhance learning through educational interventions and trainings that foster student development.

Our Philosophy

To embrace every opportunity to engage and educate students and student organizations to encompass the highest standard of academic and personal conduct.

Our Campaigns

Know the Code- Familiarize yourself with University rules and regulations.

Live the Code- Be the best you can be!

R.O.A.R. "Reach Out and Respond" - What can you do to stay safe?

Report It! - Help keep our campus safe, orderly and civil.

 Meet Our Director

Currently serving as the Interim Director, Blake Thomas brings a unique set of skills and experiences to the Office of Student Advocacy & Accountability.  Blake is a proud alumnus of Southeastern and joined the staff in 2014 as an Area Coordinator for University Housing. In this role, he supervised residents and resident assistant staff of multiple residence halls, created student development programs, and helped to manage student emergencies and conflicts in accordance with University policies and procedures. 
In 2016, Blake transitioned from University Housing to the Office of Career Services as the Career & Employment Specialist. While working in Career Services, Blake was instrumental in career coaching students, the daily operations of various employment services, and management of the LionHire system. 
A native of Marrero, Louisiana, Blake holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Marketing from Southeastern and obtained a Master of Education in Higher Education, concentrating in Student Affairs Administration, from the University of Southern Mississippi in 2014. He is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Higher Education Administration from Louisiana State University and hopes to one day serve as a Vice President for Student Affairs. Blake enjoys empowering students to be the best versions of themselves and is thrilled to lead the initiatives and programs in Student Advocacy & Accountability. 

 Our Staff         


Blake Thomas, M.Ed.
Interim Director



Antionette Alack, M.S., Health Studies
Assistant Director



Curtis Meyers, M.Ed. LPC NCC
Assistant Director/Counselor



Lillie Jones
Administrative Assistant