Per Board of Regents Policy, all individuals on the sex offender registry are required to complete an assessment prior to admission. The process has been outlined below.

Assessment

  • Student Initiates Contact with Student Development: N217, 203-285-2033
  • Student provides copies of the following documentation:
    • First Time:
      • Criminal History (Obtained from  State Police) (Request Form)
      • Static 2002 Sex Offender Assessment or comparable  assessment
        (Obtained from Sex Offender Treatment Program)
      • Letters of Recommendation/Treatment Progress from Therapist/Clinicians
      • Police Report/Original Charges (Obtained from State Police: Request Form, Or Arresting Town)
      • Court imposed conditions/conditions of probation*
      • Probation Verification Form: Initial Assessment (Download)
      • Documentation from clinicians, therapists, treatment providers (recommended)
    • Follow-up:
      • Probation Verification Form:Ongoing Assessment (Download)
      • Progress documentation  from treatment providers (recommended)

*If not on probation, student needs to provide proof/verification.

  • College Reviews Information
  • Meeting is scheduled to review all information and conduct assessment;

Pre-Registration

  • Student meets with academic advisor and prepares a schedule;
  • Student completes SOR Registration Form and delivers to Student Development for approval;
  • Registration is pending final approval from Dean of Students and Board of Regents

Recommendation & Dean's Approval

  • Student Development sends recommendation to Dean of Students and Board of Regents
  • If recommended and approved:
    • Student is registered for classes - Student picks up copy of schedule in Student Development
  • If denied: Process Ends and individual is not permitted to take classes at this institution.