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FAQ List

Students:

 

The Dean of Students Office has the responsibility for overseeing the development, implementation and monitoring a comprehensive out of classroom experience to ensure student success. We strive to promote a holistic learning experience through providing exemplary programs and services designed to enhance students’ academic and personal success.


 

Christine Schramm has served as our Associate Vice President for Student Development and Dean of Students since 2012.


 

If you have an immediate campus safety concern, please call Public Safety at 937-229-2121 or 911 from any UD campus phone.


 

The Dean of Students office is dedicated to the success of all students at the University of Dayton. Reports are addressed based on level of severity and/or threat indicated in the report. Reports of concerning behavior are addressed in a timely and meaningful manner in order to ensure safety of students and to offer the appropriate support to the student of concern. For concerning behavior that occurs outside of normal business hours, the Dean of Students office relies on a joint on-call structure between the Dean of Students office, Department of Housing and Residence Life, and Counseling Center. For any concerning behavior that is believed to need immediate attention, please call Public Safety at 937-229-2121.


 

For undergraduate students there are a number of on-campus resources. These services include but are not limited to: 

Resource List

Campus Ministry

937-229-3339

Liberty Hall

Career Services

937-229-2045

Alumni House

Campus Recreation

937-229-2731

RecPlex

Center for Alcohol and Other Drugs Resources and Education (CADRE)

937-229-1233

Adele Center

Center for International Programs

937-229-3514

Rike Center

Center for Student Involvement

937-229-3333

Kennedy Union

Community Standards and Civility

937-229-4627

Gosiger Hall

Community Wellness Services

937-229-2651

Gosiger Hall

Counseling Center

937-229-3141

Gosiger Hall

Equity Compliance Office

937-229-3622

St. Mary’s Hall Room 300

Flyer Student Services

937-229-4141

St. Mary’s Hall

Health Center

937-229-3131

Gosiger Hall

LGBTQ+ Support Services

937-229-1215

Gosiger Hall

Housing and Residence Life

937-229-3317

Gosiger Hall

Office of Learning Resources

937-229-2066

Roesch Library Ground Floor

Multi-Ethnic Education & Engagement Center

937-229-3634

Alumni Hall

Public Safety

937-229-2121

Fitz Hall 1st Floor

Sexual Violence Prevention

937-229-1212

Gosiger Hall

University Libraries

937-229-4221

Roesch Library

Women’s Center

937-229-5390

Alumni Hall


 

Yes. All students who are experiencing thoughts of suicide or self harm are encouraged to utilize the Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255 (1-888-628-9454 for Spanish) and/or Crisis Text Line: Text HOME to 74174 for assistance. Students are also encouraged to reach out to the Counseling Center at 937-229-3141 during business hours or Public Safety at 937-229-2121.


 

UD EMS is a 100% student run volunteer award winning Emergency Medical Services organization composed of undergraduate UD students. UD EMS provides pre-hospital care and transportation for all medical and trauma emergencies on campus 24 hours a day, 7 days a week during the academic year. For more information regarding this organization please visit the UD EMS website.

The University of Dayton Health Center offers an array of services for students. For more information regarding services provided please visit the Health Center website.


 

The Dean of Students Office will contact the emergency contact of a student that is transported to the hospital due to a emergency of any type if transported using University resources.


 

The Dean of Students Office will reach out to students following their release from the hospital if they are aware of the transport.


Faculty & Staff:

 

The Dean of Students Office has the responsibility for overseeing the development, implementation and monitoring a comprehensive out of classroom experience to ensure student success. We strive to promote a holistic learning experience through providing exemplary programs and services designed to enhance students’ academic and personal success.


 

The University of Dayton missing student policy is a rapid and organized response in alignment with the guidelines set forth by the U.S. Department of Education. Our policy is a joint effort between between multiple departments within Student Development. This includes the Department of Public Safety, Housing and Residence Life, and Dean of Students. If you believe a student to be missing you may initiate this process by contacting the Department of Public Safety at 937-229-2121. For more information on the missing student policy here at the University of Dayton please visit the policy page on our website.


 

If you believe a student is showing signs of distress you will want to first show concern. Some examples of what to do in a concerning interaction are….

  • Ask to move to a quiet and secure place.
  • Ask how they’re doing? Is everything ok?
  • Listen attentively and remember to be considerate and straight forward.
  • Remain calm

Something you may want to avoid are overwhelming the student, ignoring behavior you find concerning, and telling the student what to do.

If you have noticed a behavior you are concerned about, there are a number of ways to show your concern:

1)  Call for a consult from the Dean of Students Office at 937-229-1212

2)  File a student conduct report

3)  Submit a report illustrating concern

4)  Call the counseling center at 937-229-3141

5)  Submit a complaint or report of harassment or discrimination

6)  Send an email to the Dean of Students at: deanofstudents@udayton.edu

*Please note, this is NOT an emergency reporting system. This information may not be accessed for up to 48 hours.

If you have an immediate campus safety issue, please call public safety at 937-229-2121.


 

The Dean of Students office is dedicated to the success of all students at the University of Dayton. Reports are addressed based on level of severity and/or threat indicated in the report. Reports of concerning behavior are addressed in a timely and meaningful manner in order to ensure safety of students and to offer the appropriate support to the student of concern. For concerning behavior that occurs outside of normal business hours, the Dean of Students office relies on a joint on-call structure between the Dean of Students office, Department of Housing and Residence Life, and Counseling Center. For any concerning behavior that is believed to need immediate attention, please call Public Safety at 937-229-2121


 

Baseline behavior is how an individual normally acts in their daily routine. Recognizing when a student is “off their baseline” can give you context towards someone’s trajectory toward harm or violence. Reporting ‘odd’ behavior that causes you concern may just be the first step in providing that student with assistance.


If you have noticed a behavior you are concerned or worried about, there are a number of ways to show your concern:


1)  Call for a consult from the Dean of Students Office at 937-229-1212

2)  File a student conduct report

3)  Submit a report illustrating concern

4)  Call the counseling center at 937-229-3141

5)  Submit a complaint or report of harassment or discrimination

6)  Send an email to the Dean of Students at: deanofstudents@udayton.edu

*Please note, this is NOT an emergency reporting system. This information may not be accessed for up to 48 hours.

If you have an immediate campus safety issue, please call public safety at 937-229-2121.


 

Yes. All students who are experiencing thoughts of suicide or self harm are encouraged to utilize the Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255 (1-888-628-9454 for Spanish) and/or Crisis Text Line: Text HOME to 74174 for assistance. Students are also encouraged to reach out to the Counseling Center at 937-229-3141 during business hours or Public Safety at 937-229-2121.


 

To return to the university following a medical withdrawal, you must contact the Office of Learning resources at 937-229-2066. For more information on the process of returning to the university please visit Office of Learning Resources webpage.

Students returning from suspension are required to satisfy stipulations outlined in their suspension letter. Additionally, each student is required to participate in the Flyer Legacy Program through the office of Community Standards and Civility (CSC). For more information please contact CSC at 937-229-4627.


Parents:

 

The Dean of Students Office has the responsibility for overseeing the development, implementation and monitoring a comprehensive student development experience to ensure student success. Built into the foundation of the Office of the Dean of Students are three ideas of challenge, support, and encouragement.


 

The University of Dayton missing student policy is a rapid and organized response in alignment with the guidelines set forth by the U.S. Department of Education. Our policy is a joint effort between between multiple departments within Student Development. These include the Department of Public Safety, Housing and Residence Life, and Dean of Students Office. If you believe a student to be missing you may initiate this process by contacting the Department of Public Safety at 937-229-2121. For more information on the missing student policy here at the University of Dayton please visit the policy page on our website.


 

The Dean of Students Office will contact the emergency contact (if available) of a student that is transported to the hospital due to a emergency of any type if transported using University resources.


 

The Dean of Students office is dedicated to the success of all students at the University of Dayton. Reports are addressed based on level of severity and/or threat indicated in the report. Reports of concerning behavior are addressed in a timely and meaningful manner in order to ensure safety of students and to offer the appropriate support to the student of concern. For concerning behavior that occurs outside of normal business hours, the Dean of Students office relies on a joint on-call structure between the Dean of Students office, Department of Housing and Residence Life, and Counseling Center. For any concerning behavior that is believed to need immediate attention, please call Public Safety at 937-229-2121.


 

Yes. All students who are experiencing thoughts of suicide or self harm are encouraged to utilize the Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255 (1-888-628-9454 for Spanish) and/or Crisis Text Line: Text HOME to 74174 for assistance. Students are also encouraged to reach out to the Counseling Center at 937-229-3141 during business hours or Public Safety at 937-229-2121.


 

The Dean of Students Office will reach out to students following their release from the hospital if they are aware of the transport.


 

To return to the university following a medical withdrawal you must contact the Office of Learning resources at 937-229-2066. For more information on the process of returning to the university please visit Office of Learning Resources webpage.

Students returning from suspension are required to satisfy stipulations outline in their suspension letter. Also each student is required to participate in the Flyer Legacy Program through the office of Community Standards and Civility (CSC). For more information please contact CSC at 937-229-4627.


 

At the University of Dayton we offer a wide variety of support and resources to build resiliency within students from a holistic lens. Wellness is on a continuum from practicing self-care to talking with others about concerns to seeking immediate help. Building strong resilience skills within your student helps to promote a proactive approach to worrisome behavior.

Discussing resources available with your student such as their RA/Fellow and the Health Center can help to build skills empowering your student to reach out when in need. It is also important to to recognize when a student is in need of immediate emergency services. If you are unsure of what you can do, you can call the Dean of Students Office for a consult at 937-229-1212. If you believe your student is in crisis and is in need of emergency services, please contact Public Safety at 937-229-2121.


 

Students are encouraged to engage in dialogue with their roommate(s) about the conflict(s) they identify. At the beginning of each year students are asked to complete a Community Living Agreement, this can be a helpful tool when engaging in dialogue with roommates. Residents are encouraged to begin conversations with their Resident Assistant (RA) as soon as they identify an issue/ conflict-- an RA can help strategize how to have these conversations. If you are concerned about your child’s rooming situation and would like to speak with a Housing and Residence Life staff member, please contact your child’s residential area desk or the Housing and Residence Life office at 937-229-3317.  


CONTACT

Dean of Students

Gosiger Hall
300 College Park
Dayton, Ohio 45469 - 0965
937-229-1212
Email