Consultation & Referrals

Here are some possible student concerns and the appropriate offices or departments that may be contacted in those situations. This list is not exhaustive; however, it should provide you with a good framework from which to start.

Whom do I call if a student...
Poses an immediate threat to self or others         Campus Police          
Writes or verbalizes a direct threat to a person         Campus Police          
Writes or verbalizes alarming or disturbing material   Counseling Services Academic Services       Student Affairs Dean of Faculty    
Displays anger or hostility inappropriately   Counseling Services     Campus Police   Student Affairs      
Exhibits bizarre or ”out of touch” behavior   Counseling Services         Student Affairs      
Talks about homicide or suicide   Counseling Services     Campus Police   Student Affairs      
Is the victim of sexual assault Health Services Counseling Services     Campus Police Community Standards Student Affairs      
Seems overly emotional, aggressive, depressed, suspicious, etc.   Counseling Services     Campus Police   Student Affairs      
Continuously disrupts class and refuses to stop     Academic Services     Community Standards   Dean of Faculty    
Is the subject of complaints by other students regarding behavior   Counseling Services Academic Services     Community Standards   Dean of Faculty    
Comes drunk or high to class   Counseling Services Academic Services   Campus Police Community Standards   Dean of Faculty    
Shows signs of alcohol or drug abuse Health Services Counseling Services         Student Affairs      
Appears to have an eating disorder or distorted body image Health Services Counseling Services         Student Affairs      
Is the victim of violence, stalking, or intimidation   Counseling Services     Campus Police Community Standards Student Affairs      
Is having difficulty due to an illness or death in the family   Counseling Services Academic Services         Dean of Faculty   Campus Ministry
Appears to have an undiagnosed chronic illness or medical problem Health Services   Academic Services Disability Services            
Needs help with test taking, learning strategies, time management, or tutoring   Counseling Services Academic Services Disability Services            
Is suspected of cheating or academic dishonesty     Academic Services         Dean of Faculty    
Has serious problem with test or presentation anxiety   Counseling Services Academic Services Disability Services            
Reports sexual harassment or discrimination         Campus Police Community Standards Student Affairs   General Counsel