If, after reviewing information provided about a student’s conduct, the BTAT concludes that the student may pose a direct threat to the health and safety of him/herself or others, the team will provide a recommendation regarding mandatory assessment and/or emergency interim suspension to the Vice President for Student Affairs and Services. Based on this recommendation, the Vice President may require the student to complete a mandatory assessment and may impose an emergency interim suspension. The mandatory assessment process is outlined in detail in the Mandatory Assessment and Involuntary Withdrawal Policy.
If, after reviewing information provided about an employee’s conduct, the BTAT concludes that the employee may pose a direct threat to the health and safety of him/herself or others, the team will provide a recommendation regarding mandatory assessment and/or temporary leave to the appropriate unit administrator. The unit administrator will work with the appropriate human resources office to require a mandatory assessment and consider whether a paid leave is appropriate pending completion of the assessment. All such personnel actions will be taken in accordance with established employment policies and applicable union contracts.