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CARE Team

The CARE (Communication, Awareness, Referral, Education) Team is a network comprised of members from the ABAC campus community, including you, who work together to promote a safe and thriving academic and residential environment. When you submit a referral using the links below, please know that your submission will be reviewed by appropriate individuals dedicated to connecting members of the ABAC community to support resources as well as upholding the standards with applicable codes of conduct for all.

What can you do to...

  • Make our campus safer?
  • Connect to campus resources for help?
  • Help students who need assistance?
  • Support the student and academic conduct code?

Submit a Referral

Submit an Early Alert to the Academic Support Team

Faculty/Staff ONLY

Submit an Early Alert to the Academic Support Team

To request outreach for a student who is not performing well in a particular course due to frequent absences, missed assignments, unpreparedness, or low scores on exams/coursework.

 

Early Alert
Refer a Behavioral Concern to the CARE Team

Refer a Behavioral Concern to the CARE Team

To refer incidents, misconduct, threatening behaviors, or general behavior concerns. For immediate safety concerns, call ABAC Police at 229-391-5060 or 911.

Submit a Behavioral Concern
Submit a CARE Team Referral to the CARE Team

Submit a CARE Team Referral to the CARE Team

To request assistance or services to support academic, non-academic, health, or wellbeing needs of yourself or others.

CARE Team Referral
Submit a Title IX Report to the Title IX Coordinator

Submit a Title IX Report to the Title IX Coordinator

To report sexual misconduct, harassment/discrimination, assault, dating or domestic violence, or other concerns related to sexual conduct.

 

Submit a Title IX Report
Submit an Academic Misconduct Report to the Dean of Students

Faculty/Staff ONLY

Submit an Academic Misconduct Report to the Dean of Students

To report academic misconduct such as cheating, plagiarism, submitting the work of others without attribution, and other prohibited academic behaviors.

Academic Misconduct Report
Student Complaint Form

Students ONLY

Student Complaint Form

To submit a formal complaint when you, the student, have been unable to satisfactorily resolve an issue with ABAC faculty, staff, or another student.

Student Complaint

Who reviews my referral?

Early Alerts are reviewed by the Academic Support Counselors. To contact Academic Support, please email asc@abac.edu.

Behavioral and CARE Team Referrals are reviewed by the ABAC CARE Team. To contact the CARE Team, please email CareTeam@stallions.abac.edu.

Title IX reports are reviewed by the Title IX coordinator or a deputy Title IX coordinator. For additional contact information, please visit www.abac.edu/titleix/.

Student Complaints are reviewed and sent to the appropriate individual(s) for resolution. Questions about the Student Complaint process can be directed to the Dean of Students Office at deanofstudents@abac.edu.

Emergency Withdrawal

If a non-academic emergency prevents a student from completing their coursework (e.g., severe medical problems, traumatic events) and when the timing or nature of the emergency prevents them from voluntarily withdrawing from their classes, they may request an Emergency Withdrawal. Click the button below for more information.

CARE Team Members

Nicholas Urquhart, Chair, Director of Academic Support

Lisa Pryor, Assistant Director of Academic Support

Frank Strickland, Chief of ABAC Police

Corey Langston, Director of Residence Life & Housing

Shubha Chatterjee, LPC, Counselor

Alan Kramer, Assistant Vice President of Student Affairs & Dean of Students

Melissa Harrell, Associate Professor of Criminal Justice

Richard Spancake, Title IX Coordinator, Director of Human Resources