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Academic Deans coordinate with professors within their department to address any academic integrity issues that arise. Note: Repeated academic integrity violations or violations of the Student Code of Conduct may be referred to the Dean of Students as a violation of the Student Code of Conduct in addition to any academic sanctions. 

Campus Assessment, Response, and Evaluation (CARE) Teams operate on the principle that early intervention is the best way to prevent a crisis situation. Each of NOVA’s campuses, including NOVA's Online ("NOL"), has a CARE Team that coordinates support and strategies for students who may be distressed, struggling, or in need of resources. 

Deans of Students/Conduct Officers are responsible for the administration of disciplinary procedures when a student has violated the Student Code of Conduct.

Department of Human Resources (HR) is responsible for addressing concerns involving college faculty and staff. There are dedicated HR employee relations who coordinate intervention and support for faculty and staff.

Case Managers serve as a liaison between students, the mental health community, CARE teams, and the Threat Assessment Team. Case Managers may work with high-risk students to help facilitate their success at the College.

NOVA Police play a vital role in assisting with criminal investigations, ensuring the safety of individuals at risk, addressing concerns, and managing campus threats.

Sexual Assault Services provides information and confidential support to those affected by sexual misconduct (including but not limited to sexual assault, dating/domestic violence, and/or stalking).

Threat Assessment Team (TAT) provides consultation and support to the College community when a threat to the community has been reported. In cases of severe or extreme risk, the TAT provides guidance, recommends interventions, and facilitates communication and coordination throughout the review and intervention process.

Title IX reviews and responds, if appropriate, to any sexual misconduct case brought to the attention of the College. The office oversees case investigations from report to resolution.