The LSUE C.A.R.E. Team is a university initiative dedicated to the well-being of students and the promotion of a community that cares about its members.
This page offers an online reporting system to help students, faculty, staff, families, and friends submit reports about:
When a report is received, staff will review the details using a C.A.R.E. approach (Communicate, Assess, Refer, Educate) and then determine a response that includes appropriate campus resources.
If there is a possibility that a student may harm himself/herself or others, dial 911 immediately. In the event of an emergency, DO NOT use these forms.
This form is intended for current students to submit to request assistance with a wide range of concerns, including but not limited to housing insecurity, food insecurity, financial instability, academic difficulty, and mental health issues. The Office of Student Affairs provides staff support for the C.A.R.E. Team, an important asset to the LSUE community. By completing this form, you will be sharing information with LSUE staff members who are trained in responding to student needs.
Issues or behavior concerning poor or struggling academic performance (e.g. excessive class absences, excessive tardiness, failing or poor grades, etc.), not academic misconduct, are forwarded to the Student Success Center for academic intervention efforts.
Alleged academic violations include collaboration, collusion, copying, failure to follow course requirements, plagiarism, utilizing unauthorized resources, etc., are examples of issues of academic misconduct that can be reported here.
Alleged behavioral violations by an individual of the LSUE Code of Student Conduct (e.g. alcohol, disorderly conduct, drugs, failure to comply, theft, vandalism, weapons, etc.) can be reported here.
Alleged violations of LSU's Title IX Sexual Misconduct Policy, including, but not limited to: dating violence, domestic violence, sexual assault, sexual harassment, sexual misconduct, stalking, etc., should be reported here.
All issues or complaints should first attempt to be resolved directly with the individual or department prior to submitting this report. Complaints that have not been successfully resolved after attempted resolution can be reported here. Submitting this report constitutes the submission of a written student complaint. Complaints submitted by any other means are not classified as written student complaints by the University. The Office of Student Affairs is committed to appropriate resolution of written student complaints in a timely manner.
Issues or behavior concerning the well-being of a student that are perceived to be harmful, worrisome, or threatening (to the individual student or to others) are forwarded to the C.A.R.E. Team, which will assess, consult, and respond to the concern or incident.
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