Student Assessment and Intervention Team



The Student Assessment and Intervention Team (SAIT) is a multi-disciplinary group of professionals who meet on a regular basis to support the safe and effective functioning of the campus community. The team proactively provides centralized, coordinated and supportive intervention for behaviorally at-risk students. Through collaborative consultation, SAIT develops strategies to address students' behavior that is disruptive/threatening or potentially harmful to self and/or others. The team assesses each situation and determines the best plan for support, intervention, warning/notification and response. When necessary, the SAIT deploys its resources and the resources of the community and coordinates follow-up.

Members:

Pam Flaherty, Dean of Students

Patricia Demaras, Assistant Dean, Multicultural and International Affairs

Lynn Gregory, Personal Counselor

Dan Martin, Director of Public Safety

Rebecca Newell, Assistant Dean of Students

Aimee Rusman, Director, TRiO Program for Student Achievement

Susan Woods, Associate Dean, Student Support Services

Marilyn Yeo, Personal Counselor

Last Modified: 8/5/12