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Disruptive behaviors can be broadly defined as strategies that a student employs that result in the interference or interruption of the day-to-day functioning of a classroom.
Level 1 disruptive behaviors are best handled at the instructor level with support of colleagues, program managers, associate deans or the associate vice president in your academic area. Students displaying Level 1 behaviors typically are not referred to the student conduct officer.
Examples of Level 1 behaviors include:
Level 2 disruptive behaviors are those behaviors that may require referral to the student conduct officer and/or to Security. They represent an escalation of Level 1 disruptive behaviors, as well as more serious violations of the Student Code of Conduct.
Examples of Level 2 behaviors include:
Reports of domestic or relational violence must be reported immediately to security.
Reports of sexual harassment or stalking must be reported to the AVP, Equity and Diversity/Title IX Coordinator.
Call security immediately if there is a threat of danger.
Students with distressed behaviors cause us concern for their own well being or for the safety of others. They appear to be struggling academically, physically, socially and/or emotionally. These students may communicate their distress directly or indirectly through their writings and/or through nonverbal behaviors.
Distressed students should be referred to the campus dean of students, to the dean of Academic Foundations or to his/her designee, who will subsequently refer the student appropriately.
Examples of Level 3 behaviors include:
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