Assisting Students of Concern


What to Look For

  • Sudden or extreme changes in overall behavior and/or academic performance
  • Absenteeism, especially multiple absences from class
  • Sadness or depression
  • Feeling overwhelmed
  • Alcohol or drug abuse
  • Suicidal thoughts
  • Threatening behavior

What to Do

Refer the student to the appropriate resource online by clicking the appropriate resource below

Report Here For: Students exhibiting behaviors indicating immediate harm to self or an immediate danger to others. Self harm should be reported to the MCC Student Counseling Center (254-299-8210) and violence or danger to others should be reported to the Campus Police (254-299-8911).

Selecting "Harm" will open a form to document what has occurred and is routed to the MCC C.A.R.E. Team.

Report Here For: Title IX related incidents which may include parenting/pregnant students, domestic/dating violence, stalking, sexual harassment, sexual assault, etc. MCC faculty and staff are considered Responsible Employees and are required to report prohibited conduct to the Title IX Coordinator.

To report anonymously visit

Selecting "Title IX" will provide contact information for the Title IX office.

Report Here For: Students needing personal or academic assistance such as tutoring, advice, information on financial literacy, resources for food, shelter, transportation, and wellness.

Selecting "All Other" will route you to the Insight referral page. Options are provided to select from a faculty roster or by typing in the student name, email, or ID number after clicking on the Insight icon and logging in.

Assisting Students of Concern