SCSU Monitors Disruptive Student Behavior
ST. CLOUD — The man accused in the Tuscon, Arizona shooting had a history of disruptive behavior at the community college he attended. And some people are saying that should have raised some red flags about him.
Officials at St. Cloud State University say they have a team in place to deal with those types of disruptive students. Wanda Overland is the Vice President of Student Life Development. She says they put together the Behavioral Intervention Team about three years ago, after the shooting at Virginia Tech.
Overland says the team reviewed 114 student issues last year.
Recommendations can come from a variety of people, including: professors, fellow students, roommates, or parents.
The Behavioral Intervention Team at SCSU meets once a week.