For emergency situations regarding student's safety (potential harm to self or others), please call University Police immediately (985-549-2222). Reports should be made AFTER University Police have been notified.
Conduct Violation/Incident Report (DSA On-Call)
Report any suspected violations of the Code of Conduct.
Any emergency or act that is criminal in nature should be reported to University Police (985-549-2222).
- Disorderly conduct (interferring with classroom decorum)
- Abusive conduct (Bullying, endangering, harassment)
- Use of drugs, tobacco, alcohol, or weapons
- Abuse of property
- DSA On-Call incidents
If you are not a current Southeastern community member, please contact the Dean of Students Office at 985-549-3792.
Behavioral Intervention Team Reporting (BIT)
Lion Intervention Network (LINK)
Developed to identify students who are facing academic challenges and/or personal hardships, the Lion Intervention Network (LINK) is an early intervention tool to enhance a student's academic success by providing necessary resources throughout their collegiate experience. The Office of Student Advocacy and Accountability provides student outreach and refers students to campus resources once a LINK report is submitted.
Refer students facing academic challenges and/or personal hardships.
- Homelessness or food insecurity
- Death of a family member or friend
- Exhibits sudden change in behavior
- Stops attending class and not responding to communication
- Asks for accommodations, but not registered with Student Accessibility Services
Threat Assessment & Response Team
The Southeastern Threat Assessment & Response Team (START) assesses student behaviors based on potential risks. If a student exhibits concerning behavior that may be deemed harmful to oneself or others, complete a START report.
If a START report is required, please notify University Police (985-549-2222) or University Counseling Center (985-549-3894) prior to sending the report.
- Exhibits threatening behavior to others (potential to harm)
- Suicidal ideation or attempt
Faculty Academic Integrity Complaints
Report violations of the Academic Integrity Policy.
- Cheating on examinations
- Use of unauthorized material during examinations
Title IX/Sexual Misconduct
Any incident of sexual or gender-based misconduct involving a Southeastern student must be brought to the attention of the Title IX Officer, Gene Pregeant, or Dean of Students & Deputy Title IX Officer, Dr. Gabe Willis.
Although the University strongly encourages reporting sexual misconduct to University Police, a complainant may request administrative action by the Title IX Officer with or without filing a police report.
Mr. Gene Pregeant - 985-549-5888 - firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Gabe Willis - 985-549-3792 - email@example.com
Once you have communicated with one of the above parties, you will likely be asked to complete a Title IX Incident report.
Please refer to the Sexual Misconduct Policy for more information.
Bias-related acts are behaviors that express hostility against a person, property or group because of their race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age, sexual orientation, disability, marital status, personal appearance, gender identity and expression, family responsibilities, political affiliation, source of income, veteran status, or genetic information.
Navigating the college setting can prove difficult at times. Even the most responsible and knowledgeable students can have questions and need assistance. The Office of the Dean of Students is here to help. Below you will find resources to help you in most situations. However, if you find yourself in need of more assistance, please email us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Swipe Out Hunger
Swipe Out Hunger is a program to help address food insecurity on college campuses. It allows for meal swipes to be donated from meal plans and dispersed to students in need.
Student Assistance Fund
The purpose of this fund is to assist Southeastern students who are struggling financially, while engaging them in the resources available to be successful financially, socially and academically. Such purposes include, but are not limited to, supplemental textbooks and course supplies, unexpected medical costs, tuition assistance, emergency transportation needs, and so forth.
The Student Assistance Committee will include representatives of Student Affairs and
the Financial Aid Office and may include faculty and other staff. The number of students
who can be served by the fund is subject to available resources. The fund must be
sustained by contributions from alumni, parents, faculty, staff and friends of the
If you are unsure about the type of report to submit or have any questions about referring a student to Student Advocacy & Accountability, please contact our office at 985-549-2213 or email OSAA@southeastern.edu.