Dean Of Students

Dean of Students

Laura Dulgar is the Dean of Students - Enrollment.

Oversees the following Departments: 

Dean of Student Affairs - Enrollment
Admissions and Records
Financial Aid
Outreach and Early College

Initiatives or Programs involved with:
Phoenix Promise
BIT Behavioral Intervention Team
Commencement Planning

Isaac Torres is the Dean of Students - Retention.

Oversees the following Departments:

Dean of Student Affairs - Retention
Veteran's Services
Disability Resources and Services
Student Life
Welcome Desk
Career and Transfer Center
Testing Services

Initiatives involved with:
I Will Graduate
Guided Pathways
Early Alert
BIT Behavioral Intervention Team


If you have students in your class who you are concerned with and want to share your concerns or who are being disruptive, please feel free to call or email.

What can we do for you?

Consultation – If you have a question regarding student behavior that you view as disturbing, disruptive, or dysregulated, but the student is not an immediate threat to self or others, we recommend you either contact the Dean of Students Office at 623-935-8814, or you can call anyone of our counseling faculty by contacting the Counseling Office at 623-935-8909. You can also email the Dean at

Discipline Referral – If a student is exhibiting disruptive behavior in the classroom, even after you have confronted the behavior, you can refer the student to the Dean of Students. Report the incident here: Remember to provide as many details as possible and avoid diagnosing behavior or using inflammatory language to describe the situation.

Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT)

EMCC has established a team of professionals to help address disruptive, distressing, disturbing, and dysregulated behaviors on campus.

EMCC BIT Vision Statement:

The EMCC Behavioral Intervention Team is a caring, interdisciplinary team who works together in a collaborative, professional manner to address safety concerns through the coordination of resources and early intervention in order to provide the EMCC community with a safe and secure learning environment.

BIT Team Membership

The Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) consists of EMCC faculty and staff from across the college community.

BIT Team Referrals

Referrals will be routed through the Dean of Students Office and evaluated to determine the appropriate course of action.


Submit a Referral