4.1 Behavioral Concerns Committee (BCC)

The Behavioral Concerns Committee (BCC) reviews cases in which a Student has displayed behavior that poses a risk to themselves or others in the University community, or that demonstrates a pattern of behavior that disrupts or impedes their personal and academic success. The BCC consists of staff representatives who work with the Student to develop an intentional intervention that will best support their individual needs as well as balance the needs of the University community. Examples of situations which may be referred to the BCC include, but are not limited to:

  1. a history of drug or alcohol abuse,
  2. suicidal ideation/attempts,
  3. disordered patterns of eating, cutting and self-mutilation,
  4. inadequate management of psychological or medical conditions, and
  5. unmanaged trauma as a result of sexual or physical assault.