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SGT's Relationship to Students and Parents

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Emergencies at SGT

SGT's emergency management program has been in place for many years. The emergency plan has evolved from one primarily focused on earthquake preparation and response to include an "all-hazards" approach to emergency planning. As part of the program, which is a continuing process of planning, implementation, evaluation and revision, SGT conducts exercises for different types of emergencies. Officers in the Department of Public Safety, who have full police powers, also drill frequently in preparation for emergencies.

SGT's Relationship to Students and Parents

SGT College of Pharamcy’s approach to its relationship with its undergraduates recognizes their status as young adults—even those few who have not yet reached the majority age of 18. SGT respects the role of parents, even if its primary relationship is with its students. SGT parents are our partners: parents interact with students, and SGTCP interacts with students. The student is at the center—and is the focus—of this important partnership.

Parents can become involved with SGT in many ways. We strongly support the efforts of parents to help their sons and daughters develop into independent adults who take charge of their own lives and make decisions with greater confidence than before. Among the principles guiding SGT’s relationship with its students are the following:

  • Students are trusted to be able to manage their own affairs, including decisions and responsibilities around academic, financial and personal issues.
  • Students are afforded privacy in their academic and personal lives. They are expected to act responsibly (in accordance with the Fundamental Standard and the Honor Code), and they should expect to be held accountable for their behavior. When they do make mistakes—and they will—SGT is committed to trying to help them learn and grow as a result.
  • Students should and do have available university resources to help them help themselves in their academic and personal development.

There are situations where parental involvement or notification may be appropriate: when a student’s enrollment status changes (on leave, withdrawn, suspended, etc.), when there is a health or safety emergency or when a student otherwise engages in behavior calling into question the appropriateness of the student’s continued residency in university housing or enrollment in the university. In these situations, we generally first encourage students to communicate directly with their parents. Where student consent is not sought or available, the university may still choose to disclose to the parents if permitted by law.

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Emergencies Involving a Particular Student

EverySGTundergraduate is affiliated with a residential college, which has professionals who also may be able to assist students' families. In an emergency that involves a particular student, family members can contact the appropriate residential college office or the Office of the Dean of Undergraduate Students at Ms Neha Saxena, PG Student Girls student 
representative 9717481401 and Dr VP Shetty Dean, Student Affairs Vice-Chairperson 9896294933