Case Management Committee
The Case Management Committee is a group comprised of representatives from the each of the schools and the College, as well as representatives from Students Affairs. The Committee serves as a proactive mechanism to identify and address students of concern.
The Case Management Committee meets every other week to receive and review behavioral concerns of a non-emergency nature that are raised to the Committees' attention by members of the University community. The Committee considers coordinated and appropriate responses in a confidential setting. Examples of student issues that would come to this group include concerns resulting from inappropriate or disturbing comments made in class, worrisome writings, excessive class absences, health issues (e.g., weight loss, headaches, sleep problems, etc.), death of a family member or close friend, substance abuse, behavioral changes, and aggression.
To report a concern about a student to the Case Management Committee, please contact either your respective academic dean's office, or the Office of the Dean of Students at ext. 4211. The Case Management Committee does not address emergencies or instances where an immediate threat is posed. In cases of emergencies or immediate threat, please notify Public Safety at ext. 4090.