Part of our work in the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities is to ensure students, faculty and staff have access to support resources they need to help individuals who may be facing personal challenges in their lives.
If you are concerned about the behavior of a student, faculty or staff member, you are encouraged to submit the concern through the Report Concerning Behavior link. This report is initially reviewed by UNCG Police to determine appropriate next steps. You may choose to report your concern to an appropriate University representative: Department head, Chair or Dean (faculty concerns); the Dean of Students Office (student concerns); or Human Resources (staff concerns).
For assistance or consultation while completing this referral, please contact the Dean of Students Office (336-334-5514) or UNCG Police (336-334-4444). If this is an emergency that requires immediate attention, please contact UNCG Police at 336-334-4444 or dial 911.
A concern includes a student, faculty, or staff member who displays behaviors that may interfere with their ability to function well in the living, learning or work environment. Some examples of concerning behaviors may include but are not limited to:
- Threatening words or actions Online posting in social media or journals that are threatening (if imminent, contact 336-334-4444)
- Unexplained and extreme aggression toward others
- Projects or papers that convey clear intentions to harm self or others
- Observed self-injurious behavior, such as extreme thinness, burns or cuts
- Suicidality, including threats, gestures, ideation and known attempts of suicide (if imminent, contact 336-334-4444)
- Stalking (including Cyber Stalking)
- Aggressive acts toward an identified group
- Individuals with weapons or infatuation with fire, firearms, bombs, ammunition or weaponry
- Paranoia or delusions by the individual that he/she is being targeted
- Uncharacteristic poor academic performance
- Substance abuse or being under the influence of illicit drugs
- Depressed/Persistent Sadness/Unexplained Crying
- Disturbed Eating Behaviors
- Disturbing Written Material/Class Discussion
- Excessive Anxiety/Extreme Mood Swings
- Homicidal Ideation
- Inappropriate Display of Anger/Negative Emotions
- Missing Student [after multiple contacts] (if imminent, contact 336-334-4444)
- Significant Change in Appearance/Behaviors
If you wish to report an alleged violation of the UNCG Policy on Sexual and Gender- Based Harassment, Sex Discrimination, and Other Forms of Interpersonal Violence, please click here for more information.