The Student Behavioral Consultant Team (SBCT) was formed to facilitate communication of information regarding students of concern.
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The team consists of professional staff from Academic Affairs, Athletics, the Counseling Center, Residential Life/Learning Communities, Student Accessability Services, Student Conduct, University Police, and the Vice President's for Enrollment Management & Student Affairs Office and meets weekly at minimum.
The purpose of this team is to provide a confidential means for early intervention of students of concern through collaboration with campus departments, faculty and staff. Students exhibiting behaviors that are of concern in relation to their personal, physical and emotional well-being should be referred to this team of professionals.
Information from faculty, staff and students is confidentially shared among the team members. The team broadens the scope of involvement and includes other faculty and staff members, when appropriate. The SBCT will review all information on the student's behavior and background. At this point, the team may determine strategies to effectively manage the situation or issue that has been referred to the team. Communication with involved parties is led by a member of the SBCT to ensure consistency and ongoing monitoring as necessary.
The role of this team is:
- to lead a collaborative College effort to promote optimal health and safety of students and all members of the College community;
- to ensure a systematic response to students' behavior that has raised concern of faculty, staff and/or students;
- to develop strategies that best utilize campus and community resources to assist students; and
- to support student succcess.
If you are concerned about a student, please let us know. You may report a student of concern by submitting a SBCT Faculty/Staff Report here:
The Office of the Vice President for Enrollment Management and Student Affairs
Allen Administration Building, 7th floor
If you have questions or need further assistance, please call (585) 395-2137.
If you are concerned that someone is in danger of harming themselves or others, contact immediately:
Phone: (585) 395-2222
For other situations requiring crisis intervention, contact: