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STLCC Care Teams


Care Teams

Campus Care Teams are designed to reach out to students who seem to be struggling and intervene when red flag behaviors are identified. These efforts help address broader campus safety concerns.

Led by the Campus Chief Student Affairs Officer, Care Team members from Counseling, Access Office, Campus Police and other departments meet regularly to review and address issues of concern. Campus Care Teams help students with issues ranging from disruptive behavior to threats of self-harm or harm to others.

Reporting a Student of Concern

Concerned about a student? Complete a Care Team Referral Form as soon as possible.

Crisis Situations - Call 911 then follow up with campus police. If a student exhibits behaviors that you believe indicates immediate danger to the student, to yourself or to someone else call 911 immediately. A call to Campus Police at 314-539-5999 once you are in a safe place is encouraged.

Care Team Response

Care Team Referral Forms are reviewed promptly and consideration given as to how best to address issues raised. Struggling students will be referred to campus resources such as Counseling, Access (disability resources), or to community resources as needed.

Why Tell Someone?

The student may be demonstrating similar concerning behavior elsewhere at STLCC (another class, campus, offices, cafeteria, etc.). Knowing the extent of the concerning behaviors can be helpful in determining the best level of intervention.

Role of Campus Care Team Members

Campus Police are responsible for ensuring physical safety on campus by providing officers and safety information.
Counseling Services provides numerous supportive services including confidential mental-health counseling for a variety of issues such as anxiety, depression, relationship conflict, grief, and stress management. Our staff also provides classroom presentations and prevention outreach events on a variety of mental-health and wellness topics.
Access works to encourage an environment in which individuals are viewed on the basis of ability, not disability. They provide accommodations, advising and counseling services, and resources for instructors of students with disabilities.
The Campus Chief Student Affairs Officer works with students, faculty and staff in matters related to advocacy for any student in distress, student conduct violations, grievances and student development. The office is also responsible for administering the college’s policies and procedures regarding student conduct and non-academic grievances.
The Director for Community Standards/Title IX Coordinator works with Care Teams throughout the STLCC district to ensure that consistent policies, practices and outcomes are in place.
The Student Advocacy & Resource Center Coordinator serves as case manager for the team. They work to provide and connect students with supportive resources.
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