Student of Concern Review Team

The Student of Concern Review Team (SCRT) assists University of Kansas students, faculty and staff who have concerns about a specific student's behavior and don't know where to turn.  See the SCRT Visual Response Chart for more info.  Download a printer friendly brochure (pdf).


  • Encourage the prompt reporting of behaviors of concern to the SCRT.
  • Encourage early identification of individuals who may be experiencing difficulty coping with their environment or life circumstance.
  • Provide information to faculty, staff, and students regarding the indicators of potentially dangerous or troublesome behaviors
  • Inform faculty, staff and students of existing and relevant policies and protocols which provide a course of action to address various alleged behaviors.
  • Provide recommendations regarding University sanctions or disciplinary actions to appropriate University authorities in cases of extreme violation of the Code of Student Rights and Responsibilities.
  • Provide information and consultation regarding appropriate response options to student related difficult situations.
  • Assist with the development of an appropriate response to behaviors which warrant concern.
  • Respond to concerns regarding a student's observed or reported behavior.
  • Investigate circumstances surrounding the reported concerns.
  • Determine the student's need for further assessment of dangerousness to self or others.
  • Recommend enforcement or education options that may be selected by University officials in response to specific and verified student behaviors.


  • Jennifer Wamelink, Associate Vice Provost for Student Affairs (Chair)
  • James Anguiano, Deputy Chief of Police, KU Public Safety Office
  • Rachel Auten, Coordinator for Student Support and Case Management
  • Dannah Hartley, Associate Director, Undergraduate Advising Center
  • Michael Maestas, Director, Counseling and Psychology Services
  • Deb Meyer, Associate Director, Academic Achievement and Access Center
  • Sarah Waters, Director, Student Housing
  • Lance Watson, Director, Student Conduct & Community Standards

Contact Information

Imminent Danger Cases
  • In cases involving the high likelihood of imminent danger, call 911 immediately.
All Other Cases
  • Please call 864-4060 between the hours of 8am - 5pm, Monday through Friday, and state that you have a matter for the Student of Concern Review Team (SCRT).
Requests for Presentations to Faculty/Staff
  • Please call 864-4060 between the hours of 8am - 5pm, Monday through Friday.





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