While instances of Cabrini students engaging in disruptive, threatening, or violent behavior are rare, circumstances may arise that cause concern among our students, faculty, or staff.
Often, the concern stems from behavior, in or outside of the classroom, that might be considered odd or out of the ordinary.
What Should I do if I am Concerned about a Student’s Behavior? It is important to remember that early intervention is vital, and that trained colleagues are prepared to assist.
College Resources Available to Address Specific Situations
Student Threat Assessment Team
Examples of Concerning Behavior
Submit a Behavioral Concern Report
How to Make a Report of Disruptive or Threatening Student:
To make a report of a student exhibiting behavior of concern and to seek evaluation, complete the online behavior concernt report form or contact Student Threat Assessment Team Chair George Stroud, Ed.D., at 610-902-8410.