The university may consult to assess behavior, and respond to a student’s behavior that causes concern, especially when:
- A student allegedly violates the Standards of Conduct, or
- The Director of Rights and Responsibilities or designee believes that a physical or mental health issue may be interfering with the student’s ability to abide by these standards, or
- Other information is presented regarding a student’s ability to perform in, or adapt to, the university setting.
The consultation may include sharing information from a student’s educational record. In this circumstance, the Director of Rights and Responsibilities or designee may require the student to meet with others for support, evaluation and/or treatment.