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The Student Care Team (SCT) at Oregon State University was developed as a result of growing safety issues and concerns on college campuses. The SCT addresses student behaviors that are disruptive and may include safety and/or mental health issues. The goal of the SCT is to promote the safety and health of students which, in turn, aids in the well-being of our overall OSU community. The SCT consists of a group of qualified and dedicated OSU professionals who collaborate together as they focus on:
The Student Care Team is comprised of representative from the Academic Success Center, Counseling and Psychological Services, Dean of Student Life Office, Department of Public Safety, International Student Advising, INTO OSU, Oregon State Police – OSU Station, Residential Education, Student Conduct and Community Standards, and Student Health Services. The Student Care Team meets regularly and serves campus with consultations regarding students of concern and presentations for managing disruptive student behaviors.
In 2013 the Student Care Team
The Student Life Assistance Team (SLAssistance) at Oregon State University was developed in response to the mounting needs of our increasing student population. Students, their families, OSU staff, academic advisors, and faculty are increasingly requesting assistance navigating the non-academic student issues they may encounter. Many students face difficult times during college; unexpected life events, personal crises, mental health struggles, academic difficulties are examples of challenges that can interfere with college success and often faculty, staff, and advisors benefit from consultation with and support of the SL Assistance Team. SL Assistance is designed to help faculty, staff, and advisors:
Student Life assistance is a service in the Office of the Dean of Student Life delivered by a group of OSU professionals who meet bi-weekly for professional development to ensure the application of best practices and reliable assistance competencies. This team solves low to moderate level problems as a service to students, families and faculty/staff via phone, email and walk-in's.
In 2013 the Student Life Assistance Team