The Concerns Assessment, Referral, & Education (CARE) Team is a group of professionals from across the campus and across disciplines that reviews cases and implements timely interventions for student situations where student behavior raises concern. The goal is always to fashion a careful and appropriate outreach or intervention to students who are struggling in or outside the classroom and to monitor students in need.
If you are concerned about an AIC student, please use the link below to alert the AIC CARE Team immediately.
If this is an emergency (such as a student with the intent to cause harm to self or others) please call Campus Police at (413) 205-3333. Do NOT put emergencies through this form as we can not guarantee that it will be seen immediately.
Associate Dean of Students (co-chair)
Associate Dean of Student Success
Director of Dexter Counseling Center (co-chair)
Director of APEX
Director of Dexter Health Services
Campus Police Lieutenant
Center for Accessibility Services and Academic Accommodations Coordinator
Advisor for Student Athlete Success
Additional members as needed:
Senior Vice President for Human Resources | Title IX Coordinator
Vice President of Student Affairs
Dean of Students | Deputy Title IX Coordinator
Click on the menus below for contact information for local hospitals and free support hotlines.
The CARE team is dedicated to a proactive, coordinated, and planned approach to the identification, prevention, assessment, management, and reduction of interpersonal and behavioral threats to the safety and wellbeing of American International College students, faculty, staff, and visitors.
If you have an academic concern such as excessive absences from class, major/sudden changes in grades, etc., please use the Academic Alert system in the Campus Portal. (Note: You must log in to access the page.)
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