Triton College's concept of personal growth is premised on current student development theory and the assumption that responsible students desire to become more complete persons emotionally, intellectually and physically. The Office of Student Services offers an array of student support services that aid in assisting students in their pursuit of social, cultural and professional development.
The Dean of Student Services oversees the areas of Athletics, Career Services, Center for Access and Accommodative Services (CAAS), Health Services, Title IX, and Student Life. In addition, the Dean’s office oversees the Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) and handles matters related to student conduct.
Office Location:Dean of Students, B-240A
(708) 456-0300, Ext. 3230
Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT)
Triton College is committed to providing a supportive, safe, and welcoming college environment. The Behavior Intervention Team (BIT) is the primary resource for proactively addressing student behavioral concerns that may result in risk of harm to self or others, or behaviors that significantly disrupt the learning environment. Corey Williams, Dean of Student Services, serves as chair of the Behavioral Intervention Team.
Student Conduct Committee
The Student Conduct Committee is charged to ensure that each student against whom the College brings charges against is warranted procedural due process. Any member of the Triton College community may initiate the accusation of an alleged violation.
Student Conduct Committee Members
- Corey M. Williams, Dean of Student Services
- Johnny Urbina, Director of Student Services
- Dora Abbruscato, Student Services Coordinator
The Student Conduct Committee shall:
- Be impartial and no voting member shall be a witness for or against students
- Inform students of its decision within 72 hours after the end of the hearing (unless further investigation is warranted)
Students accused of disciplinary violations are entitled to the following procedural protections:
- To be informed of the specific complaints against them
- To be allowed reasonable time to prepare a response
- To hear and respond to all evidence upon which a charge is based
- To question relevant witnesses and make statements in response to statements made against them
- To be assured of privacy, in accordance with the terms of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA)
- To waive the hearing (failure on the part of the student to appear at the hearing may result in automatic dismissal from Triton College)
- If necessary, appeal the decision made by the Student Conduct Committee