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Monday, September 16, 2019

Today's Message

Posted: Friday, September 28, 2018

Top Five Things to Know About...the Students of Concern Care Team

Top five things to know about the Students of Concern Care Team:

  1. If you have a concern, do not wait to send a report, and when in doubt, report your concern. Reports are private. It is better to err on the side of caution to ensure that students are receiving as much support as they need.
  2. If there is imminent risk, first contact the University Police Department, the Counseling Center (during business hours), or Crisis Services (after hours), and then complete a report.  
  3. If you are concerned for a student, you can always walk him or her to the Weigel Wellness Center. You do not have to stay; the staff will take over when you arrive.
  4. We appreciate all you do to support our students and to intervene when something does not feel right. Everyone has a role to play in supporting our students and responding to crises.  
  5. You can make a report online.

The “Top Five Things to Know About…” series is sponsored by the Teaching and Learning Center. If you’d like to contribute to the series, please e-mail John Draeger, TLC director.

Submitted by: John D Draeger
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