Triton College's concept of personal growth is premised on current student development theory 和 the assumption that responsible students desire to become more complete persons emotionally, intellectually 和 physically. The Office of Student Services offers an array of student support 服务 that aid in assisting students in their pursuit of social, cultural 和 professional development.
Dean of 学生
The Dean of 学生 oversees the areas of Office on Violence against Women (OVW), 第九条, 学生生活 和 咨询 & Wellness Support Services. 除了, the Dean’s office oversees the Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) 和 h和les matters related to student conduct.
Dean of 学生
b - 240房间
(708) 456-0300, Ext. 3865
Director of Student Services
(708) 456-0300, Ext. 3815
Triton College Project Success ECMC Emergency 援助 Program
This emergency aid program is a grant program designed to assist students experiencing 不可预见的 financial obstacles that may hinder their academic persistence 和 completion.
Emergency 援助 Program
Triton College is happy to announce our participation in the Project Success ECMC Emergency 援助 Program. The ECMC Emergency 援助 Program is designed to support students’ persistence toward certificate 和/or degree completion by removing 不可预见的 financial obstacles from their path, which if not resolved quickly, could cause students to ab和on their plans for higher education. Full 和 part-time students, including dual enrollment students, are eligible for a total of $500 of financial help over the life of the entire program. 学生 are eligible for financial assistance to pay for 不可预见的 costs including, but not limited to, 公用事业公司, 住房/租金, 食物, medical/dental, transportation, 照顾孩子, 等.
Program constraints do not allow funds to be used for school expenses such as tuition, 书, 供应, required tools/equipment or fines. Funds cannot pay off prior balances owed to the College. Monies cannot be paid directly to the student. The funds are paid to the third party involved (e.g., dentist office for emergency tooth extraction) or via a gift card (e.g., 食物 from Jewel-Osco).
学生 experiencing 不可预见的 financial difficulties can apply for financial help by completed the following steps:
Contact 约翰尼·乌尔比纳, Director of Student Services, to set up an appointment to begin the application process. His contact information is as follows:
2000 Fifth Ave./River Grove, IL 60171
708-456-0300 Ext. 3815
Once you meet with 约翰尼·乌尔比纳 to determine eligibility, he will send you the link to apply for the emergency aid program.
除了 to a completed online application, students must also upload documentation supporting their need for financial assistance (e.g., quote from dentist office). Incomplete applications cannot be considered.
Once a student meets with 约翰尼·乌尔比纳 和 completes the online application, the student will be notified within two business days of whether or not their emergency aid request application has been approved.
The monies will be distributed within two business days of application approval. In other words, the entire process of applying for, gaining approval, 和 fund distribution will take no longer than 4 business days. This time frame is based on the student completing steps 1 和 2 identified above.
Please contact 约翰尼·乌尔比纳, Director of Student Services, if you have any further questions.
- Be enrolled part-time or full-time in a certificate or associate degree program at the time of the aid request.
- 有一个 GPA 2.0或更大 at the time of application approval. New students are exempt from this criterion.
- Complete the online application provided by ECMC 和 upload supporting documentation of the financial need (i.e., required uninsured medical treatment, automotive repair estimate, a documented notice of unexpected change in housing or 公用事业公司 expense).
- After being awarded, complete the required financial education courses through Decision Partners online platform.
- Benefit from having an expense paid with emergency aid through this program, not to exceed $500 during the life of the aid program.
- Be enrolled during the semester in which emergency aid funds are awarded.
- Be entitled to use of the emergency aid funds with no expectation of repayment.
- The emergency is due to an 不可预见的 circumstance.
Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT)
Triton College is committed to providing a supportive, safe, 和 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. The Dean of Student Services, serves as chair of the Behavioral Intervention Team.
How to File a Complaint
The College offers a variety of avenues for formal complaint procedures, depending on the nature of your concern or complaint.
If you have an immediate concern for safety, contact the Triton College 警察 Department at (708) 456-6911
If you are concerned regarding a community member’s behavior, you can report a concern online 和 it will be routed to the appropriate college staff for review. This is where you can also report concerns about other students, including disruptive behavior or violations of College rules. Examples of the kinds of things you should report to the College including:
- Others' behavior that hinders you from going to class or studying
- Theft or v和alism
- Harassment, stalking, fighting
- Alcohol or drug use
- Weapons or threats
Even if you are not sure whether or not you should report something, you are encouraged to err on the side of caution. The College has trained professional staff who can evaluate these reports 和 take appropriate action.
If you have been a victim of sexual or gender-based misconduct by any person, please review the College's Harassment, Discrimination, 和 Sexual Misconduct (第九条) information, where you can also file a report about sexual harassment/misconduct. Our first concern is for your safety 和 well-being, but we also encourage you to file a formal complaint with the campus 和/or police depending on what outcomes you are seeking.
If the complaint pertains to a faculty or staff member's decision, you can follow the Student Complaint Process (if it pertains to an academic issue) outlined on page 60 of the Student H和book. Be advised that this process require that you first have a conversation with the faculty or staff member with whom you have a concern in a timely manner. If you are not satisfied with the response you receive, you can provide your written complaint 和 the resolution that you seek to the Chair, 协调员, or Director of the department. You may also request a meeting with that individual. If you are not satisfied with that response, you can continue the complaint process in writing to the Dean for that area.
If you have exhausted the campus complaint options 和 you still have a complaint, you can file a complaint with the Illinois Board of Higher Education.
卫的 Student H和book is an all in one guide for campus information. This helpful book will serve as your tour guide through 卫的 programs, 服务, departments 和 so much more on campus.
This book includes the following:
- Alphabetic listing of campus information
- Emergency Response Guide
- Board Policies 和 Procedures
- Triton College Student Association Bylaws 和 Constitution
- Additional student based information
Student Conduct Forms 和 Documents
Student Conduct Forms 和 Documents: