As caring faculty/staff members, it is inevitable that you will encounter at least a few students you will be concerned about during the course of the semester for one reason or another. Sometimes, it can be hard to know what warrants a CCN referral, and how to go about making that referral if you decide it's necessary. Remember this rule of thumb: WHEN IN DOUBT, REFER!
- When should students be referred to CCN?
At any time. Trust your instinct. If you are concerned about a student, please submit a referral.
- I am concerned about the immediate safety of my student. Should I refer the student
to CCN?This form is not designed as an emergency response notification. Please contact University Police at (760) 750-4567, or dial 911 if you have a reasonable suspicion that a student is a threat to self or others.
- If my student stopped attending class, what can I do?
- Can I expect a response once I submit a referral? What happens when I refer a student?
Yes, faculty and staff will receive an acknowledgment of their referral and additional information will be shared as appropriate.