During An Incident and Investigation

  1. Faculty should be as thorough as possible when communicating to disruptive students, first communicating verbally and then following up in writing.
  2. When reporting incidents, only factual information should be included. Reports become a part of the student’s educational record and should not include personal opinion.
  3. Faculty should be prepared to collaborate with the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities, as well as the academic dean or department chair, and other academic services administrators to reach a solution that works for all.
  4. Faculty should be prepared to be present at a College Judicial Board hearing if one is deemed necessary.