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For Faculty & Staff

In order to encourage a campus environment conducive to growth and enrichment, the Counseling Center offers consultation to faculty and staff. The aim is to promote helpful institutional policies and the understanding of student needs, as well as constructive approaches to student difficulties, including referring students to the Counseling Center when that may be beneficial. Faculty and staff who are concerned about a student - whether to refer; how to refer; what to do about a reluctant student - can call the Center at 456-8094 to discuss their concerns with a counselor and receive some suggestions. However, it is important for faculty and staff to understand that counseling is voluntary and should not be framed as a sanction for problem behavior or a condition for a continued privilege.

As time and resources allow, the Center tries to accommodate faculty and staff who may wish to have a confidential consultation regarding their own personal concerns.

Adobe PDFReweaving the Safety Net: Recognizing and Responding to Troubled Students

Adobe PDFGuidelines for Responding to Mental Health Emergencies

Outside LinkEarly Intervention Form

The Office of Student Life is asking you to help identify students about whom you have a concern. When problems persist in spite of your involvement, you are encouraged to either call the office at 456-8061 or stop by Craig Lee 127 and speak with the Dean of Students or his/her designee.

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Page last updated: November 13, 2012