The CARE Team supports student health and well-being by helping students navigate the challenges that arise throughout their college career. As an interdisciplinary group of staff and faculty, the CARE Team connects students to on-campus resources, empowering them to thrive and prosper during their time at Marymount and beyond.
The CARE Team accepts referrals from students, their families, faculty and staff when concerns for students’ health, well-being and safety are identified.
By fostering collaborative relationships with University departments and maintaining open lines of communication with previously identified and referred students, their families, faculty and staff, the CARE Team makes a commitment to educating the University community about existing policies and instructing community members on how to address students in crisis.
To learn more about how to recognize indicators of stress, how to respond appropriately, or how to refer, we have created a Referral Guide. Please click below to view the Referral Guide.
Most Common CARE Referrals:
- There are perceived concerns regarding the mental health such as anxiety, depression, grief/loss
- There are perceived concerns towards self-harm (For crisis, please call 911)
- A student is suffering from or dealing with the side effects of a serious illness
- There is a decline in academic work which is perceived to be related to health or wellness
CARE Team Members:
- Case Manager, Office of Wellness (Chair)
- Senior Admissions Counselor, Admissions
- Assistant Director, Office of Ministry and Spiritual Life
- Associate Director, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
- Residence Hall Coordinator, Student Living
- Assistant Professor, Department of Forensic and Legal Psychology
- Assistant Professor, Marketing
- Assistant Director, International Student Services
- Manager, Athletics & Recreation
- Assistant Vice President, Student Success
- Director, Student Counseling Services
CARE Team Chair, Aprile Preller
(703) 284 6541
If you have an urgent question after hours, please call Campus Safety at (703) 284-1600 or 911 if there’s an emergency.