It can be difficult to notice all of the things going on around you, but there are many signs that a student may be in distress. Knowing what to look for and how to respond, and/or report, can help those students. The CARE team can help you respond and report your concerns.
The mission of Campus Assessment, Response & Education Team at the University of Redlands is to identify students who are experiencing distress/difficulty or displaying behaviors that put themselves or others at risk, and connect those students with campus or community resources to help them manage the distress and resolve the issue(s) at hand so that they can maintain wellbeing and academic achievement. The CARE team also works to educate the university community around issues of wellbeing and university resources and referral options to create a community in which members look out for one another, care, and will be proactive in addressing individual or community concerns.
The CARE Team is comprised of professional staff members from various areas of campus designated as Student Advocates; as well as representatives from departments, who serve as strategic campus partners.
Student Advocates are made up of administrators from the following departments:
The Office of Community Standards & Wellbeing
The Department of Residence Life & Housing
The Office of Academic Success & Disability Services
The Department of Campus Diversity & Inclusion
The Student Leadership & Involvement Center
The Johnston Center for Integrative Studies
The Athletics Department
Strategic campus partners are made up of administrators from the department of Public Safety and the counseling center.
Contact the CARE Team.