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Student Concerns

The Students of Concern Team is a campus resource dedicated to assisting students who may be in distress or experiencing challenging or difficult life circumstances. The SOCT also provides consultation and intervention when students exhibit aggressive, concerning or disruptive behaviors. The primary focus of the team is to take a proactive approach in identifying students who are struggling and provide early intervention, resources, and referrals, both on campus and in the community. The SOCT receives information from concerned parties regarding students who may be exhibiting worrisome, disturbing, or disruptive behaviors.

Learn more about working with the Students of Concern Team.

Who is on the SOCT?

The SOCT includes the following members:

  • Carl Tapo, Assistant Dean of Students, Interim Director of Student Rights & Responsibilities (chair)
  • Margarita Perez, Dean of Students
  • Heidie Lindsey, Associate Dean of Students
  • Betty Harris, Director of Academic Success Center
  • Dr. Maylen Aldana, Director of Residential Life
  • Matthew Miles, Area Coordinator of Residential Life
  • Dr. Brian Frederick, Director of Counseling and Testing Center
  • Dr. Kristy Fuselier, Assistant Director of Counseling and Testing Center
  • Dr. Carol Landry, Director of Disability Services
  • Dr. Greg Zerangue, University Police
  • Larry Zerangue, University Police
  • Tim Hanks, University Police
  • Dr. Chris Hayes, Student Health Services
  • Madeline Husband, Student Health Services