In an effort to enhance already existing processes, care for the holistic development of our community and as a means to
align Seattle University with emerging national standards
relative to dealing with troubled and/or at risk students a Students of Concern Committee (SOCC) was formed.
The charge of the Students of Concern Committee is to assess circumstances,
enhance communication, and initiate appropriate responses to specific
behavioral problems that may involve threats to the safety and security
of the University community.
The Students of Concern Committee meets on a weekly basis and can be
convened by any member of the team at any time to respond to concerning
situations. The following are members of the Students of Concern Committee:
The Students of Concern Committee's authority is derived from the already
existing authority of the individuals who comprise it; SOCC will not
be endowed with any additional authority; and the team will not create
new policies or rules, rather they will work within existing rules and
policies and propose any new rules or policies through existing
For more information about the Students of Concern Committee, please
contact Darrell Goodwin, Associate Dean of Students, at 206.296.6060 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.