Students of Concern Committee/case manager
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The SOC Committee can:
• help to coordinate the University response to students who demonstrate violence, threats to self or others, or are significantly disruptive.
• develop action plans intended to support student and community safety, prevent violence, support student development and maintain a campus environment conducive to learning.
• consult with faculty, staff and students involved in or affected by a student's behavior, and other individuals as appropriate.
The committee’s goal is to foster early identification of concerns about students. Early review of problematic situations can reduce the impact to a student and/or the classroom, social or living environment.
To speak with a member of the Students of Concern Committee, contact the Dean of Students Office at 607-777-2804 or email@example.com.
If you’re unsure about bringing a person to the attention of the SOC Committee, contact the case manager, Beth Riley, for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org or 777-2804. When consulting with the case manager only those with a need-to-know will be brought into the circle of information. Consulting with the case manager does not mean the student of concern's situation is automatically brought to the SOC Committee.
For additional information on the Students of Concern Committee and case management at Binghamton University, visit