Community of Care
Guided by the example of our founders the Religious of the Sacred Heart of Mary that all may have life to the full, Marymount University has designed a Community of Care
framework which demonstrates our commitment to a proactive, collaborative, coordinated, objective and thoughtful process to sutiations that may pose a threat to the safety and well-being of the campus community. The teams that make up the Community of Care framework are listed below.
Student Care Team
The Student Care Team
(formerly the Behavioral Concerns Team) receives primary notifications from faculty, staff, and students regarding an individual of concern. These concerns may be due to academic performance, health/psychological issues, or behavioral issues.
Report a concern to the Student Care Team
Threat Prevention Team
The Threat Prevention Team handles referrals from the Student Care Team when a student of concern rises to a particular level based on multiple notifications and is deemed a potential threat to self or others. Read more about the Threat Prevention Team.
University Threat Assessment Team
The University Threat Assessment Team meets as needed in emerging situations and handles referrals based on emerging or immediate threats. These referrals may be for students, employees, or even individuals outside the Marymount community. Read more about the University Threat Assessment Team.
University Emergency Response Team
The Emergency Response Team meets as needed in response to an active or recent crisis that impacts the campus community directly. This might include weather emergencies, regional or local threats, pandemic outbreaks, national or international emergencies, etc. Read more about the Emergency Response Team.
University Campus Review Team
The Campus Review Team meets within 48 hours of the Title IX Coordinator receiving notice of gender-based violence or harrassment to review the case and determine what actions will be pursued. Read more about the University Campus Review Team.