Student Concern Process - Where to go for help with Student Concerns

Behavior/Student Conduct Related Process

The Behavioral/Student Conduct link will take you to the Student Life and Development offices if you need help with issues that commonly occur in a campus community such as relationship conflicts, stress management and safety issues. 

For Behavioral/Student Conduct Related Process:
Setbacks can occur in your educational journey. Legal, personal and behavioral issues are addressed through the University’s Student Conduct Program, the Behavioral Intervention Team and/or the Office for Institutional Equity & Access.  These initiatives are designed to support your success and maintain a safe and productive environment for all SCSU students.  All of the programs and services listed below may be accessed through the Office of Student Life and Development staff.  They are a great first call in understanding the process and contacting the staff who can assist you in resolving your concern.

Student Conduct Program
All students are expected to know and follow the Student Code of Conduct, found at:  This document outlines the rights and the responsibilities of all SCSU students.  Students alleged to have violated the Student Code of Conduct, on or off-campus may be requested to meet with a Student Conduct Administrator.  If you feel another student may have violated the Student Code of Conduct, you may file a complaint in the Office of Student Life and Development or file a Public Safety Report. 

Behavioral Concerns
If you are concerned about a fellow student, or are seeking support for yourself, the Office of Student Life and Development can help in accessing resources and providing information.  The Behavioral Intervention Team is comprised of staff from different areas of campus that work together to assist students with complex challenges.  The Case Management Program provides one on one planning and follow-up with students who could benefit from campus and/or community support. 

Harassment or Discrimination Concerns
Sometimes an incident is based on gender such as sexual assault, sexual or bias motivated harassment, intimate partner violence or stalking. These harassment and discriminations are resolved through the Title IX office.    

Conduct Concern Process

Nature of Concern:

Harassment or Discrimination

Ellyn Bartges
Office for Institutional Equity & Access
Administrative Services 102

Nature of Concern:

Student Conduct

Gerald Bulisco
Student Life and Development
Atwood Memorial Center 219

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