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reporting a student of concern

What to Include when Reporting a Student of Concern to CIRT or Discipline

When referring a student to CIRT for consultation/follow up or to the Vice President of Student Services for discipline, please include the following information in your email:

  • Name of student involved in incident and student ID
  • Name and phone number of person observing the incident
  • Date, time, and location of incident
  • Did incident occur during a class? List course title/section#
  • Instructor (if present)
  • Describe what happened
  • Witnesses (if any): name, phone, student or employee?
  • Describe action taken (e.g. verbal redirection in class, speaking with the student privately, referrals to SPS/DRD, calling district police, etc.)
  • What other college personnel (if any) have been notified?

It is most helpful when referrals are behaviorally based and clearly describe the interventions already attempted.

Santa Rosa Junior College is officially accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges