We are pleased to present this “one-stop shopping” site for our faculty colleagues. Like you, we, in Student Affairs, are committed to assisting our students in realizing their own potential.
We have organized the resources presented here into six categories, for ease of use:
- Academic Resources
- Student Emergency & Crisis Protocols
- Special Events
- Student Rights and Responsibilities and
- Student Support
As always, if you can’t find what you’re looking for or have questions about something presented here, please contact us!
These links provide information about academic programs, calendars, and registration. Should you have any additional questions about anything contained here, don’t hesitate to contact the appropriate office!
It is important for faculty to be aware of policies directly applicable to students. Presented here are a few and more can be reviewed in the Student Handbook.
- Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
- Non-Discrimination Policy
- Sexual Harassment
- Title IX and Victim's Rights
- Sexual Assault, Domestic/Relationship Violence & Stalking Prevention
Safety & Security
Student Emergency and Crisis Protocols
- Alcohol Abuse/Drug Use
- Bias Related Incident
- Bizarre/Erratic Behavior
- Crisis/Emergency Protocol Contact Information
- Disruptive/Threatening Behavior
- Medical Crisis
- Missing Student
- Physical Assault
- Relationship Violence
- Sexual Assault
- Student Death
- Suicide Attempt
- Suicide Concerns
- Suspicious Behavior
There are many opportunities to celebrate our students and their accomplishments. Faculty participation in these events is important to our students and we encourage your involvement!
Student Rights and Responsibilities
As members of our community, we have clearly defined expectations of our students and, similarly, they have clearly defined rights. Please make yourself aware of these student rights and responsibilities.
There are many resources on campus solely dedicated to assisting and serving our students. Please take a look at what we have to offer and please let students know that we’re here to help!