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The Care Team Mission

The Care Team supports student success and campus safety by assessing, evaluating and responding to reports of student behavior that causes concern for their personal well-being or the well-being of others.

The Care Team Process

The Care Team reviews reports about concerns regarding student wellbeing and behavior. Response is coordinated, tailored and comes from a place of care.

The Care Team reports to the Vice Chancellor for Enrollment Management and includes representation from:

  • Residence Life
  • Student Conduct
  • Counseling
  • Dean of Students
  • Emergency Management
  • Academic Advising
Infographic: How does the Care Team Work?

Use this form to report non-emergency behavioral concerns. If you have immediate safety concerns, please call 911. Your submission will be received by the Care Team and someone will confirm receipt of submission within 48 hours. For more information about how the Care Team functions, please see the About Tab.

Person of Concern Report Form

Providing your name and contact information is optional, however, the Care Team can respond more effectively if we can follow up with you regarding your report.

Are you comfortable with your name mentioned as the reporter or would you prefer to remain anonymous?

Below are frequently asked questions about the Care Team. Click on each question for more information.


1. What is the Care Team?

The Care Team is a group of professional staff who meet weekly to review reports received about concerns for student wellbeing and behavior. More information about who is on the Care Team how the team functions is outlined in the About Tab.

2. What types of concerning behaviors does the Care Team address?

The Care Team assesses and provides support for students facing academic, social, and health challenges. The following topics are some of the more frequent topics of Care Team meetings: adjustment issues, disruptive behavior, depression, homesickness, medical conditions, academic struggles, dating violence, substance abuse, suicidal ideations and gestures, and mental health conditions.

3. How does Care Team receive information?

The Care Team has an online reporting form. We also welcome reports in person, via phone, or email from any UAS campus community member that has a concern.

4. If I am a faculty/staff member, should I let a student know that I am submitting information about them? If so, how?

We encourage you to speak to the individual about your concern and what you have noticed. In many situations, when an individual is aware that someone notices and cares, they are more open to help and assistance. However, it is often a difficult conversation, and you are welcome to contact Care Team members, or the confidential Counseling Services to discuss the approach or conversation.

5. How confidential is my report should I submit one?

The Care Team is committed to protecting students’ privacy. Relevant information is shared within the Care Team as necessary. Response plans are formed, ideally, with the student’s input into who else might be helpful and supportive of their needs.

6. If I submit a report, will I receive a response?

You will receive a notice within 48 hours acknowledging that we received your report and are acting upon it. You may not receive details or confidential information about the nature of the individual or the Care Team’s response in order to respect the privacy of the individual and their information. If you report in an anonymous fashion without leaving your name, we will not be able to contact you or update you.

7. Are there behaviors that the Care Team will not address?

The Care Team will form a plan of response for every concern reported, even if that response is to simply monitor the situation. The Care Team also values partnerships with other experts and resources, both on campus in our community. For example, in the event of a threat to the health and safety of our campus community, we would engage with our local authorities.

8. What happens if a student is non-responsive to outreach?

We find that most students generally have a positive response to offers of assistance and support; however, some students may not be responsive. From a place of care, we will continue to outreach to the student and at the very least, monitor their behavior. In the event that a student’s behavior may be disruptive or dangerous to the campus community, the Care Team will intervene whether or not the student is open to help or not. 

Student Food Pantry

Any UAS student facing food insecurity is welcome to come to the Student Food Pantry in Lower Level Mourant (next to the Health Clinic) and pick up food items they need.

Food insecurity occurs when someone doesn't have reliable access to a sufficient quantity of affordable, nutritious food. The UAS Student Food Pantry is an on-campus resource for students facing food insecurity.