Do you have a student you are concerned about, but don’t know who to report it to, or just want to make sure someone is aware?
Please report it to the Student Care Team via a Care Network Report. When determining what is reportable, error on the side of over-reporting. While an isolated event may appear minor, other similar incidents occurring in close proximity may indicate a pattern of concerning behavior.
The Student Care Team is comprised of staff members from the departments of Academic Affairs, Academic Services, Campus Safety, Counseling Center, Health Center, and Housing. The team will follow up promptly with the individual initiating the report to gather additional information. In most cases, an interview will be arranged with student of concern to determine appropriate actions. All staff and employees should consider it their responsibility to report concerning behaviors for the safety and well-being of the student and campus community.
The Adrian College (AC) Student Care Team (SCT) is to provide a systematic response to identify students whose behavior is of concern in order to support student success and to assist in protecting the health safety, and welfare of the students and members of the AC community.
The SCT is to coordinate AC’s resources to address the needs of students who are experiencing significant behavioral disturbances in order to recommend collaborative and purposeful interventions aimed at helping students achieve success. The SCT process is also designed to provide members of the college community, who have concerns regarding students’ behavior, with an easily-accessible avenue to report these concerns. Following a referral or information submission, the SCT will, when appropriate, identify treatment and/or referral recommendation options to the student, toward the ultimate goals of student health, safety, success, and retention.
Please see the Protocol and Risk Assessment Tool used by the Student Care Team under Files & Links.