Policy Regarding Return to Campus After Emergency Medical Evaluation/Treatment
Any student who has needed emergency medical evaluation and/or treatment, or who has been transported from the campus by emergency medical personnel, must follow specific procedures to return to campus. The College will determine your appropriateness to return to the academic and/or residential environments, including planning for needed follow-up care, arranging for the completion of missed academic work, and assuring the safety and well-being of the whole campus community.
I. Psychological/psychiatric incident, including alcohol or other drug-related incident:
A. Before noon of the first business day following your return to campus, you must contact the following two offices to arrange immediate appointments:
1. The Counseling Center at (914) 251-6390 (information will also be requested from the attending physician in the emergency room/hospital)
2. The Office of Residence Life at (914) 251-6320 if you live on campus
II. Traumatic injury, accident, or illness:
A. Before noon of the first business day following your return to campus, you must contact the Health Services at (914) 251-6380 to arrange an immediate appointment for follow-up medical care and/or referrals (information will also be requested from the attending physician in the emergency room/hospital)
On the basis of all the above information, an administrative determination will be made about your ability to remain in school, any special conditions on your continued attendance (i.e., part-time study only, residential status), and any disciplinary action that the College may pursue. Following the completion of your reentry assessment, you will be contacted by the Office of Student Affairs via email to inform you of the administrative determination and any special conditions to be set forth in a behavioral contract.
For any questions regarding these procedures, contact the Office of Student Affairs at (914) 251-6030.