about students who may pose a danger to themselves or others, who may be in distress, or whose behavior is disruptive to others in the community. Please note: If you believe a student may pose an immediate threat to the health and safety of themselves or others, call Campus Safety immediately at 860-439-2222.
Faculty and Staff are encouraged to consult the (login required) found in Camelweb. The guide serves as resource for faculty and staff on how to respond to a range of issues from academic challenges to emotional distress to substance abuse.
Reasons to refer a student to the CARE Team include:
The student remains distressed following attempts by you and others to be helpful.
The student becomes increasingly isolated, unkempt, irritable or disconnected.
The student's academic or social performance deteriorates.
The student's behavior reflects increased hopelessness or helplessness.
The student shows significant and marked changes in behavior or mood.
The student expresses thoughts of suicide or other acts of self-harm.
The student makes threats or displays aggression directed toward themself of others.
The student demonstrates an inability to care for oneself.
How to refer a student to the CARE Team
日本一本道a不卡免费To refer a student to the CARE Team, please fill out the .
The Dean of Students and Dean of the College co-chair the CARE Team. Members of the team include:
Dean of Students
Dean of the College
Senior Associate Dean of Student Life
Dean of Academic Support and Director of the Academic Resource Center
Director of Campus Safety
Director of Student Counseling Services
Director of Student Health Services
Assistant Dean for Residential Education and Living
Dean of First-Year Students
Dean of Sophomores and International Student Adviser
Dean of Juniors, Seniors and Transfers
Dean of Religious and Spiritual Life
Director of Race and Ethnicity Programs
Director of Gender and Sexuality Programs
日本一本道a不卡免费In addition to the CARE Team, there is a group of Student Life staff who meet weekly to review behavioral and medical incidents involving students. The information discussed at these meetings is shared with the broader CARE Team on a biweekly basis.
About the CARE Team
The CARE Team is Connecticut College's Behavioral Intervention Team. The CARE Team and the professional staff in the Office of Student Life participated in the certification course facilitated by the National Behavioral Intervention Team Association, as well as ongoing trainings.