Faculty Guidelines for Responding to Student Disclosures
Students face a variety of non-academic challenges ranging from mental health problems to homelessness. As the primary people that students interact with on daily basis, faculty are often the first people students consult about these problems. This interactive flowchart is designed to help faculty learn more about the types of challenges students face and how best to help them. If you are looking for specific guidance on how to respond to disclosures of sexual assault, intimate partner violence, sexual harassment, or stalking, please see the protocol labeled Faculty Guidelines for Responding to Student Disclosures of Sexual and Dating Violence which provides more detailed guidance on this related topic and explains the CSU mandatory employee reporting policy regarding such disclosures.