The university and the community-at-large provide numerous support services staffed with caring professionals whose missions are to help students who are negotiating difficult life events, whom we designate as students of concern.
Here we describe how to identify students of concern and get them into the support pipeline that will help them resolve their problems.
Look for indications of trouble or personal distress, such as:
You MUST call University Police to file a report (even if it is after the student's behavior resolves or after the student leaves) - You request that the report is submitted to the University.
Support services are available at UB and in the community-at-large. If a student of concern is a member of a particular community, consider seeking advice from or putting the student in contact with an appropriate support service.