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

‚Äč                First Time

  • Criminal History (obtained from CT 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 and can pick up copy of schedule in Student Development
  • If denied, process ends and individual is not permitted to take classes at this institution.