Resources for Faculty/Staff

If you have observed behavior indicating personal or academic distress , or other concerning behavior we can help. Below are some resources to help - but if you are not finding what you need, reach out to us at [email protected] and we will connect you with the right people.

 

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The Center for Educational Innovation collaborates across the University system to advance effective teaching and engaged learning. CEI has produced some helpful videos that highlight how University resources, including some OSA Advocacy and Support units, can assist with student concerns.

What is the Care Program, how do
they help students, and how do I
refer students?
 

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If you’re concerned about an international student, for any of a number of reasons, please refer them to International Student and Scholar Services

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What to do with students who are
reluctant to getting help?

Reporting serious concerns about a student’s potential for harm to themself or others to the Behavioral Consultation Team, and what will be done with that info

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What should I do when a student
mentions suicidal thoughts or feelings?

 

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Supporting students in a politicized climate

When and why to refer to students
with mental health conditions to the
disability resource center
 

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What’s my liability in interacting
with students regarding suicidality
and prevention?
 

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