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Student Behavioral Concern Committee

In accord with the Ignatian ideal of cura personalis (care for the whole person given each individual's uniqueness), The University of Scranton's Student Behavioral Concern Committee seeks to assist students who are struggling.

The Student Behavioral Concern Committee ("SBCC") is an integrated team representing departments from across the University. The SBCC meets to discuss and offer informed and planned responses to students of concern. The goal of the SBCC is to identify, assess, and coordinate interactions for the benefit of our students. Members of the SBCC meet on a biweekly basis during the fall and spring semesters, and include representatives from each of the referral sources.

The SBCC created this website in an effort to communicate the purpose of the team, assist members of the University community in identifying students of concern, provide guidance on how to support students, and offer information on when and how to refer a student to the committee.

What To Do When Concerned About A Student