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Title: Student Behavior


1
Student Behavior
  • What you need to know.

2
Code of Conduct
  • Rules that Govern All MSU Students
  • University Operating Policy
  • Covers Student Behavior
  • 500 Students arrested every year
  • MSUPD, OCSD, SPD, MHP, Housing official, faculty,
    students, other
  • 400 Code of Conduct violations

3
Code of Conduct
  • Judicial Process
  • Administrative Hearing 95
  • Judicial Board
  • Sanctions range from probation to suspension

4
Cleary Act
  • www.msstate.edu/web/security.html
  • Federal Law
  • Crime Stats
  • Reports of Crime
  • murder/non-negligent manslaughter,
  • negligent manslaughter, sex offenses, robbery,
    aggravated assault, burglary, motor vehicle
    theft, arson, liquor law violations, drug
    violations, weapons
  • report offenses that occur on-campus, in
    residence facilities, non-campus property and on
    public property.

5
Cleary Report Form
6
Reporting
  • Faculty and staff required to report things told
    to them or things they observe
  • No Confidentiality
  • Duty
  • Protected Classes Counselor, minors?
  • Danger to themselves or others
  • What you are required to tell them? Where to
    report crime, DOS, services

7
FERPA
  • Federal Law protecting student records
  • Health and Safety
  • Educational Interest
  • Verification of Identity
  • Parents What to tell them?
  • Directory info
  • FEPRA Release
  • Exceptions 17 and under - juveniles

8
Classroom Behavior
  • Classroom Regulations
  • How to address disruption
  • Cell Phone
  • http//www.msstate.edu/dept/audit/1008.html
  • Dissent, Disruption, Academic Freedom
  • http//www.msstate.edu/dept/audit/91109.html

9
Honor Code
  • As a Mississippi State University student I will
    conduct myself with honor and integrity at all
    times. I will not lie, cheat, or steal, nor will
    I accept the actions of those who do.
  • Add to every Syllabus
  • Proactive as well as reactive
  • Added to offices and classrooms

10
Honor Code
  • Talking about Honor Code. Taking a strong stance
  • Proctoring of Exams
  • Explaining Collaboration

11
Honor Code
12
Critical Incident Response
  • Critical Incident Response
  • http//www.msstate.edu/dept/audit/91312.html
  • Maroon Alert
  • www.emergency.msstate.edu
  • 325-5555
  • Groupwise Messenger, text, loud speakers
  • Cell phone policy in classroom

13
University Response
  • Withdrawal and Readmission of Mentally-Ill
    Students - OP 91.113
  • involuntary withdrawal
  • Engages in behavior which is imminently harmful
    either to himself/herself or to others
  • Is unable to meet reasonable institutional
    standards of conduct and in which there is
    serious question about the student's appreciation
    of the nature and quality of the behavior(s) in
    question.

14
Withdrawal and Readmission
  • Withdrawals of mentally-ill students will be
    initiated on the recommendation of professional
    staff (physician, clinical psychologist,
    counseling psychologist, or other appropriate
    staff)
  • Readmission Reviews will draw upon resources
    outside the university for statements on
    treatment and prognosis, and will be considered
    by the case team involved.

15
Students with Disabilities
  • Reasonable Accommodation
  • Not a free pass to act out
  • Legal rulings if you treat them or afford them
    accommodation

16
Behavioral Intervention Team
  • Virginia Tech
  • Out the Ordinary Odd Behavior
  • Obvious Behavior
  • www.students.msstate.edu/bit

17
Example Behaviors
  • Classroom Disruption
  • Threatening Words or Actions
  • Writing conveying intentions to harm self or
    others
  • Observed self-injurious behavior cutting,
    burning
  • Suicidality including threats, gestures
  • Paranoia

18
Example Behaviors
  • Stalking
  • Relationship Violence
  • Hazing/ Bullying
  • Accidental Overdoes, Self Medicating, Sharing
    prescription medication not prescribed
  • Harassment

19
The New face of Communication
  • Facebook/Myspace
  • Second Life
  • Email
  • Text Messages

20
Tips Most Cheap
  • Org Charts
  • Websites
  • Handbooks
  • Flyers in Residence Halls/Around Campus
  • Emails
  • Reports
  • Letter to Faculty
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