UT Tyler Establishes Student Concerns Committee
November 18, 2009
The UT Tyler University Student Concerns Committee provides an administrative venue that is proactive in assessment, consultation and support regarding students who have elicited a concern or risk to themselves or to others on campus, David Hill, residential life and judicial affairs director, announced.
The goal of the committee is to reduce crisis situations that negatively impact students and the general UT Tyler community.
The SCC will advise involved parties related to crisis management efforts through consultation, referrals and coordination. The scope of the team is campus wide, with a focus on information gathering for at-risk individuals or situations.
“The committee can provide a course of action for faculty or staff to follow regarding a concerning issue, or the committee may refer the issue to student services, university police or the university’s disciplinary process,” Hill added.
Persons concerned about the behavior of a student, may electronically report information to the Student Concerns Committee by following this link, https://www.uttyler.edu/utsforms/incident_report.html
Please include all relevant information you can in the forms on that page before clicking the submit button. Please include your contact information if more information is needed. If you have an immediate concern, please contact the University Campus Police, 903.566.7060, or dial 911 if it is an emergency.
Members of the university community also can notify the Student Concerns Committee about concerning behavior by contacting one of the listed offices directly.
- Office of Residence Life and Judicial Affairs, 903.566.7008
If the student lives on campus (in University Pines, Patriot Village or Ornelas Hall) or if you believe the behavior is a violation of UT Tyler policy.
- Student Counseling Center, 903.566.7254
If you have questions or concerns about a student's behavior and would like to consult with a counselor.
- University Campus Police, 903.566.7060
If you have an immediate concern or feel the student’s behavior puts themselves or someone else at risk, please contact the campus police department, or dial 911 if it is an emergency.
For more information, contact Hill, 903.566.7028 or email@example.com or visit http://www.uttyler.edu/housing/behavioralconcerns.htm.