Medical: If you believe a student is experiencing a medical crisis, contact 911 or the Health Services Office.
Emotional or Psychological Distress: When a student shows signs of emotional or psychological distress, Counseling & Psychological Services provides comprehensive evaluation and treatment.
Disorderly or Disruptive Behavior: If a student is exhibiting behavior that is disorderly or disruptive, without the intent to harm self or others, report the student to Residence Life.
These students may be in violation of the College’s Community Standards and/or may be referred for other interventions.
Severe Disruptive & Threatening Behavior: A “threat” is defined as any behavior which suggests an intent to harm someone.
Threats may be spoken, written, electronic (including posted to social networking sites) or expressed in some other manner (e.g., through gestures).
Threats can be made directly to an intended victim, communicated through third parties, or expressed in private settings. Possession of a weapon is presumed to indicate a threat.