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Resources for Faculty and Staff

Dealing with distressed or disruptive students


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Distressed and Disruptive Students

The University of Colorado Denver has assembled a team of staff members who specialize in working with students of concern, distressed students, and disruptive students.  The Behavioral Evaluation and Threat Assessment Team (BETA) meets weekly and is a resource for faculty and staff members working with students of concern.  To learn more about BETA, please visit http://www.ucdenver.edu/life/services/BETA/Pages/default.aspx.  If you would like to submit a concern or report a case, please click the next headline below.

Submit a Concern/Report a Case

To alert us about a student of concern, please follow the link and fill out the form as completely as possible.

Academic Integrity

If you have a case of academic miconduct to report, we encourage you to work directly with your Associate Dean and Department Chair to offer the student a fair investigation process that allows the student an opportunity to respond to any allegations of any alleged academic misconduct.  We offer trainings for faculty regarding how to conduct a fair investigation.

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