The Student Threat Assessment Team (STAT) is a small group of administrators and staff whose primary purpose is to:
Serve as a resource for students, faculty, or staff who are concerned about a student(s) who may exhibit disturbing behavior.
Review facts related to the behavior in question and determine the College’s course of action.
Student Threat Assessment Team
Creig Doyle, Director of Public Safety
Jeff Gingerich, Vice Provost and Dean for Academic Affairs
Sara Maggitti, Director of Counseling & Psychological Services
George Stroud, Ph.D., Dean of Students
To discuss a specific student’s behavioral concern, contact George Stroud, Ph.D., chair of the Student Threat Assessment Team, at 610-902-8410.
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 by the Student Threat Assessment Team: