Arcadia University CARE Team

By Caitlin T. Burns | March 24, 2020

Dear Arcadia Community,

As you know, Arcadia has transitioned to online and alternative forms of teaching and learning due to the disruption caused by coronavirus (COVID-19). These difficult and challenging times are being experienced globally. The Arcadia University CARE Team wants to remind faculty and staff of an important campus resource related to student success, the Arcadia University CARE Team. 

The CARE Team consists of faculty, staff, and administrators from across the University who meet remotely to review reports of students who demonstrate concerning behaviors, collect additional information on those students, and determine an appropriate response and intervention plan. We recognize the mental, physical, social, financial, and personal strains our students may experience as a result of the coronavirus outbreak. These stressors may impede their ability to function in a healthy and productive manner. A goal of the CARE Team is to successfully engage, support, and minimize the concerns associated with students in distress as early as possible. To achieve this goal, we need the support of the entire Arcadia University community. 
Please review the following links for more information regarding the CARE Team or to submit a concern.

 Thank you for your continued care and concern for the Arcadia University community. 
If you have any questions, contact Dian Taylor-Alleyne, associate dean of Students (, 215-572-2932), or Andrew Goretsky, dean of Students  (
The CARE Team