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Title: Association for Student Judicial Affairs


1
  • Association for Student Judicial Affairs
  • Annual Conference
  • February 6 - 10, 2008
  • Embracing, Not Rejecting
  • Three Models for Students at Risk Intervention
    Teams
  • List of Presenters
  • Sandi Scott Duex, MS Director of Residence Life
    UW - River Falls
  • James M. Chitwood, PhD Dean of Students UW
    Oshkosh
  • Andrew J. Luptak, PhD Vice President of
    Student Life Concordia University Wisconsin

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Program FormatIntroductions and Goals
  • Background Information (10 minutes)
  • Short Presentations of Three Models (30 minutes)
  • Purposes
  • Structure
  • Membership
  • Results
  • Short Presentations of Record Keeping (15
    minutes)
  • Open Discussions (35 minutes)

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Goals of the Session
  • To gain a greater understanding of how to use
    teams to work with at risk students
  • To receive information of three teams
  • To share experiences and discuss topics with
    participants

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Students At Risk Response Team (SARRT)2007-2008
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Mission
  • The mission of the Students At Risk Response
    Team (SARRT) is to coordinate the student support
    resources of the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh
    to assist students in maintaining satisfactory
    academic progress and to promote their health and
    well-being.

6
Purpose
  • The purpose of the SARRT is to serve as a
    central network focused on prevention and early
    intervention in community situations involving
    students experiencing extreme distress or
    engaging in harmful or disruptive behaviors.
  • Typical consultations involve students with
    aggressive/disruptive behavior or mental health
    problems such as suicide risk, eating disorders,
    alcohol and drug problems.

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Responsibilities
  • Gather facts, and catalogue information about
    difficult situations involving at risk students.
  • Develop specific strategies to manage potentially
    harmful or disruptive behavior considering safety
    and rights of others and minimize the disruption
    to the university community.
  • Make recommendations to university officials
    regarding appropriate actions consistent with
    university policies and procedures.
  • Evaluate and recommend university policies in
    relation to the coordination of university
    response to potentially harmful or disruptive
    behaviors/situations.

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Team Access
  • All members of the team will consult with members
    of the University community regarding students at
    risk.
  • Faculty and staff in need of consultation will
    contact a co-chair or team member to present the
    facts of the situation.
  • Team members will consult with co-chairs to
    determine if a student needs to be addressed
    before the next scheduled meeting.
  • Co-Chairs will triage requests and determine
    appropriateness and level of priority.
  • The concerned faculty/staff member may be
    encouraged to attend the team meeting to discuss
    the situation with the team. The team will
    respond to all situations in a timely manner.

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Team Members
  • Joseph Abhold Co-Chair Michael Melland
  • Director Counseling Center UW Oshkosh Police
    Chief
  • James M. Chitwood Co-Chair Petra Roter
  • Dean of Students Vice Chancellor of Student
    Affairs
  • Terri Arnold Perry Rettig
  • Assistant Dean of Students Associate Vice
    Chancellor
  • Buzz Bares Shelly Rutz
  • Coordinator of Residence Life Counselor,
    Coordinator of Suicide
  • Student Conduct Prevention Grant
  • Jacque Bollinger Diane Zanto
  • Assistant Director of Housing Director of Student
    Health Center
  • Ann Malain
  • EAP Director, Assoc. Director of
  • Counseling Center

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To Consult or Refer a Student of Concern
  • Contact
  • James M. Chitwood, Ph.D.
  • Dean of Students
  • (920-424-3100)
  • Joe Abhold, Ph.D.
  • Director, University Counseling Center
  • (920-424-2061)

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What is the Student Life Deans Council?
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UW-Whitewater offers a wide range of services
designed to promote student development and
college success. Despite the availability of
these services, students sometimes fall through
the cracks, experiencing situations without an
awareness and/or utilization of the support
services available to them.
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One of the many ways the University intentionally
and systematically assists students is through
the regular meetings of the Student Life Deans
Council.
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The purpose of the Student Life Deans Council is
to
  • Meet weekly to review critical incidents and
    students in crisis
  • Develop protocols for handling specific incidents
  • Identify proactive strategies for handling
    student issues
  • Discuss campus trends that may impact student
    safety, services, programs and general campus
    life and make recommendations as appropriate

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Division of Student Affairs Mission Statement
  • Maximizing student success, including academic,
    personal and professional development is the
    primary goal of the Division of Student Affairs
    at the University of Wisconsin Whitewater.
  • In collaboration with students, faculty, staff
    and others, the Division of Student Affairs
    promotes student success by creating and
    enriching the learning environment.

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When Does the Council Meet?
  • The Student Life Deans Council meets regularly
    and places a high priority on balancing a
    students right to privacy with the Universitys
    duty to respond appropriately to a student
    experiencing difficulty or expressing at-risk
    behaviors.

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The Student Life Deans Council is facilitated by
the Dean of Student Life and is comprised of
Who sits on the Council?
  • Assistant Dean of Student Life and University
    Student Conduct Officer
  • Associate Director of Residence Life
  • Associate Director of University Health and
    Counseling Services
  • Director of Athletics
  • Director of University Police Services

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How Members of the Campus Community Can Help
Students Through the Student Life Deans Council
  • Faculty and staff are encouraged to contact any
    member of the Student Life Deans Council to
    share information if a member of the faculty or
    staff feels outreach or follow-up may be of
    assistance to a student.
  • If a situation requires immediate intervention
    due to safety reasons, University Police should
    be contacted at 9-911.

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Members of the Student Life Deans Council are
available to coordinate presentations for faculty
and staff on a variety of topics to include
Faculty / Staff In-Service Presentations
  • Personal safety on campus
  • Academic Misconduct
  • Disruptive / dangerous student behavior
  • Techniques for dealing with stressed or angry
    persons
  • FERPA Student Records Privacy
  • Balancing supporting students with disabilities
    and academic freedom
  • Promoting academic integrity
  • Understanding todays college student
  • Overcoming loss

21
CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY WISCONSIN
  • Good Samaritan Team GST

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  • 1999 Began Team under the name of Behavioral
    Intervention Team (B.I.T.)
  • E Modeled after R.I.T.s team
  • Purpose To deal with students whose behavior
    did not violate student Conduct Code
  • E Mental health issues
  • E Bizarre behavior
  • E Develop a campus wide referral network
  • E Director of Res. Life chaired team

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  • Chair accepted new position (out of Student
    Affairs)
  • For one year team became inactive
  • 2006 Counseling stepped up and volunteered to
    take the leadership
  • E Now we are redefining the policies,
    procedures, and protocols

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GST PURPOSE STATEMENT
  • The GST is an interdisciplinary alliance that
    flags and ministers to students deemed to be at
    risk to themselves or others
  • socially,
  • mentally, (mind)
  • physically , (body)
  • and/or spiritually. (spirit)

CUW Mission Statement Concordia University
Wisconsin is a Lutheran higher education
community committed to helping students develop
in mind, body, and spirit for service to Christ
in the Church and the world.
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AUTHORITY
  • E Make recommendations for action to appropriate
    office or administrator
  • E Primary recommendations to
  • Team Members
  • V.P. of Student Life
  • V.P. of Academics

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GST MEMBERSHIP
  • Dave Enters Director of Counseling
  • Randy Ferguson Assistant Academic Vice President
  • Nicole Gahagan Director of Learning Resource
    Center
  • Andy Luptak Vice President of Student Life
  • Angie Palese Director of Health Services
  • Robyn Schmidt Admission Counselor
  • Steve Smith Campus Pastor
  • Tracy Tuffey Assistant Director of Counseling
    (Chair)
  • Jolene Wilkens Dir. of Academic Advising
    Retention Services
  • Barbara Wilson Dir. Of Res. Life Campus Conduct

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MEETING FORMAT
  • Meets weekly on Tuesday Afternoons
  • - Follows Student Life Council Meeting
    (Monday)
  • - Before Student Conduct Meetings (Tuesday)
  • Time One hour
  • Preparation
  • -Referrals sent to chair
  • -Agenda sent morning of (via secure email)
  • -Team brings records conduct, academic
  • (grades attendance), disabilities,
    counseling, etc.
  • - Professional confidentiality standards
    honored

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MEETING FORMAT
  • Agenda
  • Follow up (previous weeks cases)
  • Reports from assignments made
  • New referrals
  • Present case
  • (may add referral person if not a member)
  • Discussion
  • Assignments
  • 3. Policy, Procedure, and Protocols

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NOTE TAKING AND RECORD KEEPING
  • Currently chair takes notes and writes minutes of
    meeting
  • -Chair creates a file on individual
  • Developing an electronic database similar to our
    conduct database

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EVALUATION AND ASSESSMENT
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THREAT ASSESSMENT PROTOCOL
  • Can be found at
  • http//www.cuw.edu/Tools/resources/asja_ssao/
  • Includes
  • ASJA Threat Protocol
  • PD Heidelberg Pix

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THREAT ASSESSMENT PROTOCOL
Note The flow charts below will outline the
Universitys protocol and structure. Gary
Pavelas article (ASJA LAW AND POLICY REPORT
SAFETY AND SECURITY, Thursday September 13, 2007,
No. 262) was instrumental in this design.
Imminent danger protocol takes precedence over
mental health crisis protocol
Observed Behavior
Campus Safety
Mental Health Crisis Protocol
Imminent Danger Protocol
Good Samaritan Team Protocol Activated
Imminent Danger Protocol Activated
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