McLennan's Campus Assessment Response and Evaluation (CARE) Team exists to promote student success and enhance campus-wide communication regarding specific behavioral concerns that may involve threats to the safety and well-being of the individuals or the campus community. The team consists of the Vice President for Student Success, the Chief of Campus Police, the Coordinator of Student Activities, a representative from the Department of Mental Health, a liaison from Counseling Services, the Director of Human Resources, the Advising Specialist in charge of student conduct, and is chaired by the Associate Director of Advising & Career Services. The CARE Team is McLennan's Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) and closely follows best-practice models.
Faculty, staff, and students have the ability to report members of the campus community to the CARE Team through an online reporting form. The CARE Team serves two types of students: students who are likely to hurt themselves and students who may become a threat to hurt others. The CARE Team collects reports, utilizes the collective expertise of the team, and makes decisions about how to best help reported students.
If you are concerned about a student, please submit a referral by completing the online form.