Feed the Tiger
What is Feed the Tiger? This video explains the purpose of
Feed the Tiger and how to complete the form.
About Feed the Tiger
What is Feed the Tiger? Feed the Tiger is a reporting system that allows you to submit positive, constructive feedback, or concerns about the services offered by St. Philip's College and its partnering vendors.
Alamo Colleges has initiated the AlamoCARES program to promote awareness of issues such as dating violence, domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking that impact students’ lives. You can make a Title IX, 504, and ADA complaints under AlamoCARES.
Faculty is responsible for classroom management, teaching strategies, testing, and evaluation of student performance. At academic institutions, conflicts may develop within the educational process that requires academic intervention using the Academic Grievance process.
St. Philip's College acknowledges the possibility that incidents may occur outside the academic setting that might result in a student feeling he/she is the object of unjust treatment by a college official.
Incident Reporting Form
This form is to be used for NON-EMERGENCY reporting on the Student Code of Conduct and SOBI concerns. For emergencies–call 911.
Strategies of Behavioral Intervention (SOBI)
The Strategies of Behavioral Intervention (SOBI) policy at the Alamo Colleges was created to guide our College community to recognize, prevent and respond to incidents that are disruptive, threatening or violent.