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Contributed by Deborah Harper on 09/13/2010
The Assisting Students at Risk Initiative at Ithaca College can help.
Responding to Students in Distress: A Guide for Faculty and Staff gives information about responding to specific behaviors, finding resources on campus and reporting your concerns. You can view portions of this document at the Assisting Students at Risk Initiative page.
The Assisting Students at Risk Initiative provides a central location for reporting concerns you may have about an Ithaca College student. As demands of the academic year rise, so does stress and behaviors that cause us to feel concerned. Find out how you can be a helping resource for students you know.
The Assisting Students at Risk Initiative is a collaborative effort between the Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs and Campus Life and the Center for Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS).