To more effectively respond to concerns raised about individual students and/or to balance concerns for individual students with those of other members of the campus community, the Student Affairs Office meets regularly with the Campus Assessment Response and Evaluation Team also known as the CARE Team.


This group includes representatives from other campus offices with frequent and direct access to students, as well as members of the faculty. With input from group members, efforts will be made to ensure that students can continue to successfully pursue their academic goals while not infringing on the rights of others to do the same. Interventions may occur in a variety of ways, including:

  • The identification of campus and community resources
  • Referrals for medical care and mental health support
  • Tutoring assistance or accommodations for students with documented disabilities
  • Consultation with family members and/or legal guardians with students’ prior written consent

CARE Team Referral

We hope this form will allow us to receive and respond to reports more rapidly and ultimately lead to more effective early interventions.

Submitted forms will go to the Director of Student Outreach and Support, Amanda McGrath. You may be contacted for clarification or further information if needed. If this is an emergency, please contact University Police at (617) 573-8111 in addition to submitting this form.

Please note: Information submitted via this form is not sent over a secure line. If you are concerned about a student, but do not wish to submit your concerns via the Internet, please contact Amanda McGrath the Director of Student Outreach and Support at 617.573.8239.

You will be informed when action is taken, although full disclosure concerning the intervention may be limited by students’ privacy rights.

CARE Team Referral Form