There are many people at the university and
within the Indiana community who are committed to assisting students
during particularly stressful times. As the Spring 2014 semester begins,
students may be concerned about their success
at IUP. Students may have financial concerns, family stressors, or be
worried about their health. Information to assist faculty and staff in
recognizing and responding to students can be found at Where To Turn for Help (pdf).
you believe a student's concerning behavior requires an immediate
response, immediately contact University Police at 724-357-2141.For
information about IUP’s Concern and Response Team (CART), or to seek
assistance for a student exhibiting concerning behaviors, contact any of
the members of CART. A list of the members of the Concern and Response
Team can be found at CART Membership. The Counseling Center, located in the Center for Health and Well-Being, can also
provide assistance for a student exhibiting concerning behaviors. Call
publishes annually those policies which are directed to preserve the
health and safety of individuals and our university community.
is committed to a work environment free from any form of sexual
harassment or sexual violence, including dating violence, domestic
violence, and stalking. The IUP Sexual Harassment Policy prohibits sexual harassment and sexual violence and provides reporting procedures.
about IUP’s efforts to prevent sexual misconduct and address reports of
sexual violence can be directed to Rhonda Luckey, vice president for
Student Affairs, and IUP’s Title IX Coordinator, at 724-357-2220, or email@example.com. Reports can be made to University Police or IUP’s Campus Security Authorities listed below:
The objective of IUP Missing Residential Student Policy is
to clearly define the reporting protocol when a residential student is
presumed missing. Questions about IUP’s Missing Residential Student
protocol can be addressed to Sam Clutter, director, Office of Public
Safety and Police, 724-357-3201 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The purpose of the IUP Involuntary Withdrawal Policy is
to provide a procedure for determining whether an identified student's
behavior poses a direct threat and for responding to such behavior.
Rarely does student behavior pose a direct threat. However, involuntary
withdrawal may be appropriate when: