What constitutes a student of concern?
A student of concern is any student who is exhibiting behaviors or experiencing life events that may impact the ability of a student to be successful in the University environment.
For more information or questions, contact Case Manager Geralyn Gulino at 434.544.8839 and please review the Student of Concern Manual on the right of this page for further information regarding Students of Concern.
To make a referral for a student of concern, please complete the Student of Concern Referral form.
Communicate your concerns
At the University of Lynchburg, the Office of the Dean of Students serves as a communication hub so that information and action can be coordinated.
The Dean can take administrative action and marshal resources to intervene to protect the student and the campus community. A referral to the Counseling Center is always appropriate, but be sure to also notify the Dean of Students office.
For residential students, please contact Kristen Cooper, , Director of Residence Life, at 434.544.8320.
In emergency situations, after hours, over the weekend, or you get voice mail and you need an immediate response, please contact Campus Safety and Security at 434.544.5555 or 434.544.8100. Leave your name and number with the switchboard operator and your message will be relayed to the DOC.
For additional information or questions about students of concern, please see Guidebook and/or contact Dean Aaron Smith at in the Office of the Dean of Students at 434.544.8226.