In life threatening emergencies, call 9-1-1. On how to handle behaviors or situations of concern, click here for guidance Report Concerns: What To Do and When.
If you are an instructor and a student enrolled in your class is disruptive:
- Provide your student with the classroom management policy.
- Provide the student a warning for first offense and keep documentation of the event (should it escalate). Consult with your supervisor, Campus Safety and Security, Vice President of Student Services.
- If the behavior continues, you may suspend the student for one day and should fill out a Student Conduct/CARE Incident Reporting Form. Make sure to include your documentation of the conduct issue(s) and prior action(s) taken.
- Highly disruptive behavior (e.g. hostility, aggression, violence, etc.)
- Inability to communicate clearly (garbled, slurred speech; unconnected, disjointed or rambling thoughts)
- Loss of contact with reality (seeing or hearing things which others cannot see or hear; beliefs or actions greatly at odds with reality or probability)
- Stalking behaviors
- Inappropriate communications (including threatening letters, e–mail messages, harassment)
- Threats to harm others