CTAT has developed a protocol to ensure that critical student/employee behavior, mental health issues, or potentially disruptive or threatening incidents are addressed appropriately.
CTAT Employee Based Protocol Graph
CTAT Protocol Graph
Four Primary Functions of CTAT
- Assess red flag inquiries to identify person(s) who may need information about counseling and/or other services; and to identify those who may truly pose a threat to themselves or others by using the College and University Behavioral Intervention Team (CUBIT) Risk Rubric.
- Collect supplementary information from various key sources to aid in CTAT’s Investigate process. This information will serve as feedback and news to help give direction to the CTAT of other areas to explore or key-in-on.
- Monitor red flags and risk level: Progress reports will be generated from a variety of resources to effectively evaluate red flag persons’ progress in work setting/academically, behaviorally, and/or mentally. Subsequently, completed progress reports will be used to reassess an individual’s risk level based on the CUBIT Rubric.
- Make recommendations to the DOS-AVPAA/Human Resource designee based on 1-3 findings.
CTAT's recommendations to the DOS-AVPAA/Human Resource designee will be determined by whether a person’s continued presence or return to the university poses a threat to self or others, significantly disrupts the learning environment, and/or interferes with university operations.
Recommendations can include:
- Conditions for red flagged persons’ continued enrollment such as counseling, disability services, tutorial services, related workshops, and work/study plans.
- Possible withdrawal of an individual from the university based on red flag(s)’ inquiry severity.
- Conditions for re-enrollment of persons who have been involuntarily or voluntarily withdrawn from the university.