“Maybe you’re having a tough time helping your friend deal with their tough time...”
The CARE Network at the University of Rochester exists to identify and support students who may be struggling. This video offers an overview of CARE and depicts three interviews: One with a faculty member who utilizes CARE, one with a student who self-referred to CARE, and one with a referrer who submitted a CARE referral about a friend in need. The video’s overarching message is, “You don’t have to struggle alone”.How CARE Works
If your concern is imminent harm to someone, please call or text the Department of Public Safety (DPS) at (585) 275-3333.
If need to talk with someone, call the University Counseling Center (UCC) at (585) 275-3113.
We're here to help.
The CARE Network enables members of the University community to express their concern about a person, incident, or issue by submitting one of the following reports online:
- CARE Referral
- Bias-Related Incident Report
- COVID-19 Concern Report
Making a referral or submitting a report initiates a review process and/or coordinated response involving the appropriate individuals, staff, and offices.Submit a Concern
CARE Resource Center
An application designed to help you find resources on the University of Rochester campus by concern. Select the category associated with your concern, search for your concern, or check our alphabetical listing of concerns.
Don't see your concern? No problem. Simply click the email button and we will respond to your concern as soon as possible with resource information.Go to the Resource Center
Resources for Students
Students can help by connecting other students with appropriate campus resources.
Resources for Faculty
Faculty are often the first to know when a student needs additional support.
Resources for Staff
As a staff member, you may have significant concerns about students.
CARE referrals submitted during the 2020-2021 academic year.
Number of students who referred themselves to the CARE Network.
The welfare and success of our students—both undergraduate and graduate—is our priority. If you need additional information or assistance, please contact our office.