Student Intervention Team
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The well-being and safety of each student are important to the university community at large. There are times when a student may experience difficulties in life. If the life experiences interfere with the students' ability to be successful, healthy, or safe, the student should be connected to campus resources for assistance. The Student Intervention Team is comprised of university employees who meet weekly to review reports about students of concern. The team will have conversations and discuss responses focused on guiding the student to appropriate campus support services. We appreciate you visiting this site and making yourself more familiar with the team and the ways in which you can equip yourself to support a student who may be experiencing a life challenge.
The Student Intervention Team is a team of professionals from a variety of campus departments concerned with the following:
- Identifying and effectively assisting students of concern
- Consulting with community members about how to address students of concern, including appropriate referrals to campus and community resources
- Collaborating with community members on appropriate intervention services and/or best practices to help a student be successful
- Identifying ways to offer continuing support to the student of concern