The CARE (Campus Assessment, Response, and Education) Team ensures student success by facilitating referrals, support and advocacy through nonclinical interventions. We provide follow-up services in collaboration with other university departments or individuals, community agencies, parents or guardians, and stakeholders to ensure students’ success.
We assist students who struggle in areas such as psychological health, physical health, relationship issues, family crisis, life trauma, social adjustment, and interpersonal conflict.
We are bound by FERPA and with the exception of a crisis situation, we share information about student concerns only on a need-to-know basis.
Primary Areas of Support:
Support and Advocacy
Referral to Resources
Financial Resources for Emergency Needs
For additional support, please contact:
Office of the Dean of Students- Student Support, Success, and Retention
Student of Concern
If you would like to report a Student of Concern, which may include, but are not limited to non-emergency worries about a student’s behavior, such as signs of depression, suicidal ideation, the intent to be violent, and/or sudden mood shifts, please click the following link.