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  • if the student indicates intention to harm others, or harm self.
  • if the student reports or describes any physical abuse, neglect, or sexual abuse of children or vulnerable adults within the last three years. (This includes the occurrence of abuse or neglect if they were under the age of eighteen at the time of the abuse).
  • if the student reports the use of an illegal drug for non-medical purposes during pregnancy.
  • if the student reports or describes sexual exploitation by counseling or health care professionals.
  • SAS can disclose specific information to parents/guardians under Minnesota State Law if the student is an immediate threat to themselves or others on campus.
  • Title IX violations: SAS staff are mandatory reporters under Title IX, so any report of sexual harassment or misconduct done to or by the student must be reported to a Title IX officer at CSP.

Last modified: January 25, 2018