- Student Development
- Vice President
- Dean of Students
- C.A.R.E. Team
- Report A Concern About A Student
- Community Standards and Civility
- Office of Multicultural Affairs
- Sexual Violence Prevention
- Alcohol and Other Drug Education
- Green Dot
- St. Patrick's Day
- Health and Wellness
- Housing and Residence Life
- Leadership Development
Campus Awareness Response and Evaluation Team (C.A.R.E.)
The C.A.R.E. team meets to identify, assess and respond to concerns and/or potential threats to the campus community. The team will maintain communication with appropriate offices and individuals. Examples of issues that fall under the purview of the C.A.R.E team include but are not limited to:
- Eating disorder
- Serious injury or illness
- Death of a student
- A missing student
- Immediate danger/harm
- Sexual assault
- Worrisome or unusual behavior
- Disruption in classroom
- Threats, stalking, intimidation
- Hate crimes
Information You Should Know
It’s difficult to be mindful of all the things going on around you. But there are often many outward signs that a student is in distress. Knowing what to notice, what to do and what to avoid could be the lifeline your student needs to get help. Additionally, reporting ‘odd’ behavior that causes you concern may just be one more piece of a larger puzzle that the C.A.R.E. team needs to provide that student with assistance.
Be mindful of a/an:
- Anxious student
- Demanding student
- Depressed student
- Suicidal student
- Severely disoriented or psychotic student
- Aggressive or potentially violent student
What to do:
- Move students to a quiet and secure place.
- Listen attentively and respond in a considerate and straight forward manner.
- Make arrangements for appropriate University intervention.
- Remain calm and in control.
- Be knowledgeable in advance about referral systems.
- Respond to disruptive behavior quickly and with firm limits.
What to avoid:
- Overwhelming or arguing with a student.
- Ignoring behavior that is having an impact on other students.
Report A Concern About A Student
- Have you observed something in someone that has you worried?
- Have you seen a classmate or hall mate begin to act differently? Strangely?
- You don’t know who to ask about it or you just want someone to know.
There are a number of ways to report it, below are few ways:
1) File a student conduct report
2) Submit a report illustrating concern
3) Call the counseling center at 937-229-3141
4) Send an email to the Dean of Students at DOS@udayton.edu
*Please note, this is NOT an emergency reporting system. This information may not be accessed for up to 48 hours.
If you have an immediate campus safety issue, please call public safety at 937-229-2121.
UD C.A.R.E. team members
Associate Vice President and Dean of Students
Steven Mueller, Ed.D.
Assistant Vice President for Health and Wellness and
Director of the Counseling Center
Patrick Donnelly, Ph.D.
Associate Provost for Faculty and Administrative Affairs
Bruce E. Burt
Executive Director of Public Safety and Chief of Police
Associate Dean of Students and Director of Community Standards and Civility
Assistant Dean of Students and Executive Director of Housing and Residence Life
Director of Environmental Health and Safety/Risk Management
Director of Communications and Community Relations
Director of Campus Ministry
IT Risk Management Officer
Lisa Sandner, J.D.
Associate University Counsel/Legal Affairs
Additional members of the community may be included on the C.A.R.E. team as needed.