Interpersonal violence, substance misuse, bias and discrimination, and mental health concerns/suicidality are types of harm that affect the well-being and safety of everyone.
UCM's Care To Act program supports each campus community member in making a positive difference on our campus in these four areas, in a way unique to and appropriate for them.
Through facilitated, in-person group conversations that focus on how to be engaged community members, we work together to support a culture of care on our campus.
Care To Act also includes an online overview course for students, and importantly, purposeful connection with existing campus programs and services that support and promote a community of care.
Care To Act is a new approach for UCM in Fall 2022 - watch this space! We'll provide more information throughout the Fall 2022 semester.
This online course will cover the structure and goals of Care To Act.
Coming soon! Sign up to be trained as a conversation facilitator for Care To Act.
Coming soon! Bring a Care To Act conversation to your classroom, student org, or other gathering.