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How Do I Report a Concern?

All staff, faculty, and students are encouraged to report behavior that is of concern to them for assistance. Community members and parents are also welcomed and encouraged to report concerning behaviors. For all concerns reported, the Behavioral Intervention Team, in concert with The Office of the Dean of Students, will review reports, look for patterns of behavior, and will determine the appropriate course of action (possibly in consultation with other key staff and faculty members).

IF YOU ARE AN EMPLOYEE, PARENT, or COMMUNITY MEMBER

For emergency situations, please immediately contact University Police at 315-386-7777 or dial 911 from any campus phone.

If you have concerns about the well-being of a student, or are concerned about behaviors which negatively affect classroom learning that are of a non-emergency nature, please consider submitting your concerns through our online form at:

» Reporting for Persons/Incidents of Concern

You may also contact the Office of the Dean of Students to report concerns and to consult about your specific situation. The Dean's Office will work with faculty to assess concerns and to determine what, if any, next steps should be taken.

IF YOU ARE A STUDENT

For emergency situations, please immediately contact University Police at 315-386-7777 or dial 911 from any campus phone.

For non-emergency situations, please consider submitting your concerns through our online form:

» Reporting for Persons/Incidents of Concern

You can also speak to a professional staff member such as a Residence Hall Director, your academic advisor, the Dean of Students, or University Police about your concern.