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iii. The Vice President of Academic and Student Affairs may grant a
rehearing, order a new hearing, reduce or modify the suspension
or expulsion, grant other appropriate relief or uphold the original
decision. Upon conclusion of all appeal activities, a final decision will
be made within 21 calendar days.
f.
If the appeal results in a the reversal of the decision or a change to the
sanction, the institution may reimburse the student for any tuition and fees
paid to the institution for the period of suspension or expulsion which had not
been previously refunded
BEHAVIORAL INTERVENTION TEAM (BIT)
The Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) is intended to support and assist students, faculty,
and staff in dealing with problematic behavior that interferes with teaching, learning, and
campus living.
1.
Purpose: The BIT is responsible to provide proactive early intervention services
for students, faculty, and/or staff who exhibit behaviors that cause concern for
the safety and well-being of any member of the campus community.
2.
BIT Team Members:
a. Vice President of Academic and Student Affairs
b. Director of Student Services
c. Director of Counseling
d. Disability Services Coordinator
e. Director of TRiO Student Support Services
f. Director of Human Resources
g. Assistant Director of Housing
h. A member of the Faculty
3.
Reporting: All members of the campus community should report behavior that
causes concern, is disruptive, or contains treats of harm to self or others. These
behaviors may or may not constitute a violation of our student or employee code
of conduct.
a. Non-Emergency Student Reporting Process: Notification regarding a student
should be made directly to the Director of Student Services or via email to
. In the absence of the Director of Student Services and/or
access to email, the report may be made to any member of the team.
b. Non-Emergency Employee Reporting Process: Notification regarding an
employee should be made directly to the Director of Human Resources or via
email to
In the absence of the Director of and/or access to
email, the report may be made to any member of the team.
c. Individuals reporting concerns should include any information that may be
helpful to the team in evaluating the situation, such as the duration, frequency,
severity and/or progression of the behavior; any mitigating circumstances, and
any actions previously employed by your or others to assist the individual or
change the behavior.
d. Emergency situation or behaviors that cause immediate safety concerns should
be reported immediately to the Devils Lake Police Department by utilizing 911
and by activating the campus safety team.
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