A guide to helping students connect to resources and to navigate potential challenges at
Dr. Carmen Butler, Dean of Student Success, (704) 406-3980, [email protected]Edwina Rozelle, Director of Student Persistence and Success Coach, 704-406-2385 [email protected]
To complete a CARE report: Log in to WebbConnect, Click on “Insight for Faculty/Staff” tab, Click “Create a new CARE report”, Select reason for reporting, select TUG or DCP course, Search student of concern’s name and select correct student, Write a detailed description of the incident in the Description box, Select any additional areas of concern, Submit.
The NOEL Center for Disability Resources (704) 406-4270, [email protected]
Stephanie Allen, Director of Counseling Services, 704-406-2177, [email protected]Megan Peek, Counselor, (704) 406-4103, [email protected]Michael Taub, Counselor, (704) 406-2005, [email protected]After Hours Counselor on-Call (704) 406-2599
University Police, (704) 406-4444
Atrium Health Student Health Clinic, (980) 487-2390Lesley Villarose, VP for Student Development and Dean of Students, (704) 406-2081, [email protected]
Lesley Villarose, VP for Student Development and Dean of Students, Interim Title IX Coordinator and ADA Coordinator (704) 406-2081, [email protected]
When in doubt on who to call or to report to: Residence Life on Call, (704) 406-4300
The following are indicators that a student is in distress. As a reminder, the presence of one of the following indicators alone does NOT necessarily mean that the student is experiencing severe distress. The more indicators you notice, the more likely it is that the student needs help.
THIS IS AN EMERGENCY IF…
Any one serious sign or a cluster of smaller signs indicates a need to take action.
If you have direct rapport with student; Speak to them showing concern for specific behaviors.
If you do NOT have rapport; Consult with an appropriate person about what to do next. See below.
Action #1: Consulting
Action #2: If You are Approaching the Student, Things to Remember…
Action #3: If you decide to refer…
Unless the student is suicidal or may be a danger to others, the ultimate decision to access resources is the student’s. If the student says “I’ll think about it,” when you offer referral information, it is okay. Let the student know you are interested in hearing how they are doing.
Subjects who may escalate to disruptive or violent action/behavior may exhibit certain behaviors or characteristics such as:
Certain events can also trigger violent reactions. These could be…
Keep in mind that such precipitating events may be real, perceived, or anticipated by the subject of concern and is relative to them.
Remember, these are examples of behaviors and circumstances that may serve as indicators of developing concerns. These examples are meant to help you identify potential concerns during your daily interactions with others. These examples are NOT all-inclusive and this information is not intended to be used as a checklist.