The information and resources on this page are provided to help faculty and staff support their students.
While Student Care and Well-Being does not typically provide documentation for students missing classes, this brief video explains how we can partner together to support students who may be absent from classes.
If you are unable to view the video or want more information regarding our role in supporting students who are absent from class please visit our advocacy and absence notification page.Advocacy and Absence Notification
Students can request contactless delivery from our food pantry and meal swipes to access on-campus dining halls.Food Assistance Request Form
Students experiencing a temporary financial crisis can be referred to our Financial Assistance Application.Financial Assistance Request Form
The Division of Student Life, Office of Information Technology and University Libraries are partnering to provide students with necessary technology tools. Hotspots, web cameras and laptops are available for lease to students in need. Students can request needed equipment by completing the Technology Need Application.Technology Need Application Form
Student Care and Well Being partners with the School of Social Work to refer students in need to masters level social work students for ongoing assistance in locating support resources. If you think your student can benefit from this program, please complete the Social Work Case Management Team referral form.Social Work Case Management Team Referral Form
Submit a Student of Concern reporting form to let us know about a student who may be exhibiting alarming or concerning behaviors. For emergencies, or if a student is expressing thoughts of harming self or others, please contact UAPD at 348-5454.How to Refer a Student
Students who may be in violation of the university’s Code of Student Conduct should be reported to the Office of Student Conduct (OSC) by submitting an incident reporting form or by contacting the Office of Student Conduct.Incident Reporting Form Contact the Office of Student Conduct