Student Support and Advocacy coordinates Care Team, which is a group of interdisciplinary professionals that meets weekly to discuss students who may be experiencing significant challenges. This team is charged with fostering the early identification of concerns about students, intervening effectively, and reducing the impact of problematic situations. The team achieves this through developing action plans intended to maintain student and community safety, support student development, and sustain a campus environment conducive to learning. Additionally, the Care Team coordinates the College’s response to students who demonstrate a threat to self or others, experience a medical or emotional crisis, or disrupt the community with their behavior.
Care Team Members
- Assistant Dean of Students, Coordinator
- Dean for Student Success and Academic Advising
- Disability Resources
- Residence Life Coordinators
- Clinical Director
- Director of Health Services
To speak with a member of the Care Team, contact us at 641-269-3700.
The Care Team, as part of Student Support and Advocacy, also upholds a commitment to privacy, and members recognize that accessing, using, and/or disclosing such information other than within the scope of the students’ or campus’ best interest is prohibited by federal law (including FERPA or HIPAA).
*Members of the Care Team who are confidential resources maintain their obligation to confidentiality and do not disclose information concerning students.