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What to Report

In general, any behavior that causes concern for a student’s well-being should be reported. This includes but is not limited to:

  • Suicidal Ideations
  • Substance Abuse
  • Physical Health (harm to self, eating disorders, not sleeping, etc.)
  • Mental Health Concerns (panic attacks, anxiety, depression, etc.)
  • Poor Academic Performance
  • Death of a Loved One
  • Financial Hardships
  • Relational Issues
  • Family Crisis
  • Sexual Assaults (Title IX Information)
  • Pose a Potential Threat to CUI’s Community
  • Overall Concerns About a Student’s Well-Being: behaviors that are outside of his/her typical patterns (i.e., student seems disengaged, no longer socializes with friend groups, never leaves their room).

Please know the success of this process hinges on community commitment to reporting concerns. If you have questions about how FERPA allows school officials to share information with the Assessment and Care Committee, please contact Kathy Aberg at 949-214-3050 or visit our Frequently Asked Questions page.

ACC will respond as soon as possible to reports; however, the committee may not able to provide an immediate response to a concern. Call 911 or Campus Security if you feel threatened or an immediate response is needed.

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