The Dean of Students Office has responsibility for developing and implementing a comprehensive student development program to strengthen students experience outside the classroom. Areas reporting to the Dean of Students Office are: Student Activities & Campus Events, University Student Center, MyVets, Counseling Center, Health Services, Disability Services, and Conference Services. Three Pillars form the foundation for our work: Safe Eagle, Honor Code, and Soar. Using the foundation of these pillars we encourage empowerment through leadership, civility, integrity, respect and inclusion. “Students First” is our motto. That belief is our guide as we provide advocacy, guidance and resources for all Embry-Riddle Students. Campus Awareness, Response, and Evaluation Team (C.A.R.E) The mission of the C.A.R.E. Team is to collaboratively address and respond to issues concerning the health, safety, and well-being of ERAU students. The C.A.R.E. Team meets regularly to identify, assess, and respond to students of concern and/or potential threats to the campus community. Toward that end, Embry-Riddle should support a culture of reporting “see something, say something” and utilize the C.A.R.E. Team appropriately for a safer community. The C.A.R.E. team is coordinated through the Dean of Students Office. Concerns may be reported to the C.A.R.E. team via the Students of Concern form found on the Dean of Students webpage, by email email@example.com , or by calling the Dean of Students Office at (386) 226-6326. Examples of issues which fall under the purview of the C.A.R.E. Team include but are not limited to: Suicidal thoughts, plans, actions Serious injury or illness Death of a student Missing students Sexual assault Threats Stalking, harassment, and/or intimidation Hate crimes Eating disorders Personal family crisis “Red Flag Behaviors” which might warrant notation to the C.A.R.E. team include: Behaviors which interfere with classroom environment or management Notable, negative changes in behavior or appearance Impairment of thoughts, verbally or in writing (ex: sadness, depression, anxiety, paranoia) Overly aggressive behavior; inability to accept limits Inappropriate or strange behavior Endorsement of violence; unusual interest in violence; obsession with notably violent events either in writing or verbally Indirect or direct threats in writings or verbalizations Anger management problems Instances of causing harm to self or others Suspicion or knowledge of substance abuse Significant change in academic performance The CARE team is not a Campus Emergency Response Team, for emergencies and immediate response to the health and safety of a student contact Campus Safety at (386) 226-7233 or use a Campus Blue Phone to report an emergency.