Faculty/Staff 911 Guides

January 20, 2015

The Dean of Students and Counseling & Psychological Services have created three Faculty/Staff 911 Guides for managing classroom disruption and assisting students who experience difficulties during the term, suicide prevention, and responding to a report of sexual assault.

The Faculty/Staff 911 Guides – Classroom Disruption identifies key campus resources for referrals and describes best practices for how to respond to various types of disruptive behavior or source of student distress: aggression, illness or injury, psychological or emotional crises, or behaviors associated with a disability. The 911 Guide tells faculty and staff which office they should call for each type of disruption, including telephone numbers, building location, and URL for the office web site. Separate 911 Guides provide information about suicide prevention and how to respond to a report of a sexual assault.

The Faculty/Staff 911 Guides can be downloaded from the Dean of Students web site (http://uwf.edu/offices/dean-of-students/dean-of-students/faculty--staff-911-guides/).

The CUTLA web site also includes two resources pages with links to UWF offices that support faculty and students.

Resources on how to respond to student issues on academic matters (academic integrity and misconduct, disruptive classroom behavior, international student issues, student disability concerns, technology problems, and academic, medical, and emotional needs):

http://uwf.edu/offices/cutla/supporting-pages/where-to-send-students-for-help/

  

8/23/2017 tmd


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