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Report A Student Concern
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WELCOME TO THE CENTER FOR STUDENT ASSISTANCE AND ADVOCACY. As a centralized website for reporting student concerns, CSAA, led by the Office of the Dean of Students (DOS), provides support, coordination, case management, and resource referrals for student concerns across the university. To report a student concern, select the corresponding section to learn more and to submit a referral.
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Equity & Title IX Concerns (Discrimination and Sexual Misconduct)
Use for: Reporting alleged or suspected gender-based or bias-motivated misconduct by any student, staff, or faculty member; reporting any discriminatory conduct by any University employee. Examples include reports of sexual assault, stalking, dating/domestic violence, and harassment/misconduct of any kind motivated by bias against a protected class such as race, religion, etc. Note: Reports may be submitted anonymously; reports will be assigned to one or more University investigators for follow-up.
Important note: To speak with a confidential Advocate who has been trained to assist with issues related to gender-based violence, visit Wellness Center's Advocacy Services.
Contact: Amber Miller, Assistant Dean of Students, Interim Deputy Title IX Coordinator & Student Equity Case Manager, Office of the Dean of Students
Behavioral Concerns (BCT)
Use for: Referring students whose behavior presents a possible threat to the safety or well-being of oneself or others (examples include suicidal ideation, self-harm, violence or threats against others).
Important note: All reports will be addressed by a DOS staff member, but if a student is in crisis or imminent risk of harm, please call Campus Safety first (773.508.6039).
Primary contact: Amber Miller, M.Ed., LCPC, Assistant Dean of Students and BCT Case Manager, Office of the Dean of Students
Use for: Reporting concerns about academic performance, class attendance, or academic engagement.
Important note: Formerly known as "Early Academic Referral (EAR)." Academic Concerns referrals are routed to Student Academic Services (SAS) for review and coordination with academic services and academic advising staff within SAS and across the Colleges/Schools.
Primary contact: Betsi Burns, Director of Learning and Student Success, Division of Student Academic Services
Personal Concerns (CARE)
Use for: Referring students who may need general assistance overcoming serious personal difficulties, navigating University systems, or getting connected to available resources. Examples include: students experiencing grief or loss, struggling with general mental health concerns, or managing a personal financial emergency. Students are supported with Coordinated Assistance and Resource Education (CARE).
Important note: All referrals will be addressed by a DOS staff member, but if a student is in crisis or imminent risk of harm, please call Campus Safety first (773.508.6039).
Primary contact: Amber Miller, Interim CARE Case Manager
Student Conflict & Conduct Concerns
Use for: Reporting student conflict(s) and/or alleged student misconduct.
Important note: All reports will be reviewed by university staff and, where potential violations of the Community Standards are found, staff will follow up on the report. Although a person submitting a report is not required to provide any personal information, we highly recommend that you provide, at a minimum, an email address where you could be contacted. This is especially important if there are follow-up questions or responses that may be important or necessary. If a reporter fails to provide any identifying or contact information, it may limit the University's ability to look into or fully respond to a situation. The privacy of the person making a report, along with the contents of the complaint, will be maintained to the extent that the university conduct process allows.
Primary contact: Office of Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution (OSCCR)
General Student Concerns
Use for: When you do not know where to refer a student concern.
Important note: All referrals will be addressed by a DOS staff member, but if a student is in crisis or imminent risk of harm, please call Campus Safety first at 773.508.SAFE (773.508.7233).
Primary contact: Office of the Dean of Students
Note: For confidential support related to gender-based violence, visit Wellness Center's Advocacy Services.