- University Policy
- Understanding FERPA
- Contact the CARE Team
- Helping students in distress
- Community expectations
- Counseling Center
- Marquette University Police Department
- Campus Departments Involved with CARE Team
- Referral Form
- The Jed Foundation
The CARE (Campus Assessment Response and Education) Team is a cross-functional team that assesses, refers and/or responds to students identified as demonstrating emotional distress in a coordinated and comprehensive manner with dignity and respect, to help them succeed and to ensure the safety of the university community as a whole.
What Does The CARE Team Do?
The CARE Team’s primary purpose is to make sure students are emotionally well enough to function academically and are safe to be on campus. This is accomplished by helping students connect with professional care providers in order to resolve behavioral and emotional difficulties. Toward that end, the CARE Team refers to action guidelines. The particular action taken in an individual situation depends upon the circumstances of that student’s condition and the severity of the situation.
When To Make A Referral
If you are concerned about the overall safety or mental health of a student and would like the university to follow-up, please make a referral using the referral form link. If you have imminent safety concerns about a member of the Marquette community, please contact Marquette University Police Department (414) 288-6800. For questions or more information related to the CARE Team, including a request for promotion of CARE services to various campus departments, please contact Gina Rogutich.