For Front Line Staff, Professors, Teaching Assistants, Etc.
If a student exhibits aggressive behavior, behaves erratically or you perceive a threat of violence or other unlawful behavior, call Department of Public Safety immediately. The Department of Public Safety has officers on duty 24/7. In case of emergency call 911. Department of Public Safety – 501-916-3400.
If a student is injured or exhibits symptoms of an illness that prevents him/her from participating in a university function Contact the Department of Public Safety or call 911 if the condition is off campus. Send the student to Health Services for minor illnesses. Health Services – 501-569-3188.
Psychological Distress Concern
For concerns such as depression, anxiety, agitation, disorientation and thoughts of harming self and/or others, respond directly, engage the student and promptly contact Counseling Services for support. Individual, couple and group therapy, drug and alcohol services, medication referral and crisis intervention are provided. Counseling Services – 501-916-3185.
If a parent is concerned about a student’s welfare or a missing student, contact the Office of the Dean of Students. If the student resides on campus, contact the Campus Living or the Department of Public Safety. Dean of Students – 501-916-3328 Executive Director of Campus Living – 501-661-1743.
If a student’s academic performance or participation in a university function are negatively impacted by barriers related to a disability, contact the Disability Resource Center. Disability Resource Center – 501-569-3143 Emergency Contact: Department of Public Safety – 569.3400 or 911.
- Chancellor, 569.3200
- Executive Vice Chancellor/Provost, 569.3204
- Vice Chancellor for Finance & Administration, 569.3202
- Vice Chancellor for Advancement, 569.3194
- Vice Provost for Student Affairs, 569.3328
- Counseling Services, 569.3185
- Health Services, 569.3188
- Student Housing, 661.1743
- Disability Resource Center, 569.3143
- Dean of Law School, 324.9450