Hi all, So I think I left off where Peter Pan was going to be homeless after the last day of the winter quarter at the school where he's parked himself, and I wasn't going to pay for anything other than treatment. Well, I stuck to that, only to hear from him on the day in question that his "friends" (being, of course, much better people than his parents) were going to pay his expenses to stay in school. After then turning down several solicitations for $ to tide him over the spring break, I called one of these "friends" and learned that no, he was not giving Peter Pan any money; others might be but he doubted it. I went online to Peter Pan's financial account at the college--the only info to which I have access--and saw that nothing has been paid. I called the housing office and asked what would happen if he didn't pay his bill. I learned about late fees, threats to credit, etc. But when I said, "But if he doesn't register for classes and he doesn't pay you any money, you'll still let him stay till the end of the quarter?" the answer was yes. My question now is, do I communicate with the dean of students at this school? He's not even an admitted student to the school--he took a couple classes as a special student last quarter, but has never given them a transcript or recommendations, nothing. He could be (and may become) a psychopath. It shocks me that they would let him just stay on in the dorms, paying nothing, putting himself and possibly others at risk. It's not that big a school--3300 students--so they should be able to take notice. I know they can't speak to me, but I can speak to them. Or do I let this go, as part of detachment, figuring that if the world doesn't exact appropriate consequences it's not my business to persuade it to do so?