Introduction: Generally, FERPA prohibits NC State from disclosing student education records (or information from student records) to anyone other than the student to whom the records pertain, unless NC State has the student’s consent or …read more.
Students returning from a medical withdrawal can often benefit by connecting with on campus resources to help with their transition.
The Case Manager at NC State provides post-hospitalization support, coordination of care, and advocacy. A student who is admitted to the hospital will be referred to the Student Behavioral Case Manager for a mandatory meeting.
By sharing your concerns with the student in a private setting, you’ll have an opportunity to assess whether the student would benefit from additional support…
A list of campus departments and offices that provide specific support for students in distress.
Students often display heightened levels of stress at particular times during the year. Faculty can use these times as a reminder to students that the university cares for them.
One of the best ways to support students in your classroom is to make sure it’s part of the first conversation you plan to have with them.
Students, Faculty, Parents, and others are strongly encouraged to report behaviors that they feel are concerning or worrisome (no matter how small or insignificant they may seem).
What happens after a report of concern has been made? Will someone respond right away? What feedback will I get? These answers and more…
Paul Tongsri, Case Manager 919.515.9244 | PNTONGSR@NCSU.EDU Paul began working at NC State in 2010. In addition to his work with students, Paul chairs the NCSU Cares team and also serves on the University’s behavioral …read more.