Center for Counseling and Student Development: The staff of professionally trained psychologists and counselors provides individual and group counseling and crisis intervention for students experiencing personal or emotional concerns. The Center offers crisis services from 9am-5pm Monday thru Friday. Call 252-328-6661 or go to www.ecu.edu/counselingcenter/.
Dean of Students: The office of the Dean of Students provides assistance and coordination of services to students, parents, and members of the faculty and staff. Additionally, this office coordinates the University Behavioral Concerns Team, which provides assessment and coordinates interventions for individuals of concern. Call 252-328-9297 or go to www.ecu.edu/dos.
ECU Cares: An online and telephone mechanism to report students whose behavior you are concerned about to the Dean of Students office for further follow-up. You can call 252-737-5555 or go to the online form further down this page.
ECU Police: ECU Police are the campus first responders who should be notified if you are concerned about imminent danger. The police will also obtain any additional emergency assistance. Call 911 for an emergency or 252-328-6787 for non-emergency consultation. Their website is www.ecu.edu/police.
Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities: The office promotes students' awareness and understanding of their rights and responsibilities as community members and addresses issues of student conduct and academic integrity. Call 252-328-6824 or go to www.ecu.edu/osrr.
Student Health Services: Provides primary health care services to students. Call 252-328-6841 or go to www.ecu.edu/studenthealth/.
Academic Department Chair / School Director / Dean / Associate Dean: Faculty members should always notify their department chair / school director about students of concern. Unit administrators should be consulted if faculty members are considering use of the Disruptive Academic Behavior policy. Most colleges have an associate dean who can provide assistance with student behavior and academic issues.
*Disruptive Behavior: For students exhibiting disruptive behavior in the classroom, faculty should be aware of the Disruptive Academic Behavior Policy which can be found in the ECU Faculty Manual: Part V – Academic Information, Item Y http://www.ecu.edu/cs-acad/fsonline/customcf/facultymanual/part5/51.htm
Additionally, faculty should be aware of the following guide from Dr. Mike Brown, Associate Dean of the Harriot College of Arts & Sciences, with invaluable suggestions for preventing and dealing with classroom disruptionhttp://www.ecu.edu/cs-studentaffairs/osrr/faculty_staff/upload/classroom_disruption.pdf.