The Campus Assessment, Response, and Education (CARE) Team at Pace University is a University-wide team responsible for identifying, assessing, and responding to concerns and/or disruptive behaviors by students who struggle academically, emotionally or psychologically, or who present a risk to the health or safety of the campus community. The CARE Team provides recommendations to campus administrators regarding best practices in responding to CARE reports submitted by members of the campus community. In the case of an emergency that requires immediate response, please contact Pace's Office of Safety and Security.
The CARE Team is present on all three Pace campuses and consists of University personnel with expertise in law enforcement, threat assessment, University operations, medical and mental health, and student affairs.
Who is on the team
What to consider when a student’s behavior might be dangerous or has the potential to become dangerous.
How and When to Submit a CARE report
Learn more about how the CARE Team processes a report and how they may involve the referrer in next steps.
What to expect after submitting a report
Request training for your office or department on when to submit a CARE report and how to manage concerning and dangerous behaviors.
Additional resources helpful in understanding, managing, and reporting concerning and dangerous behaviors.
Resources for supporting students
Frequently Asked Questions about the CARE Team, CARE reports, intervention, and more.