Code of Student Life Violence PreventionGreen Dot Student Discipline
- Judicial Affairs
- Filing a complaint
- Disciplinary Hearing Process
- Appealing a Decision
- Guidelines for Attorneys
Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT)
Campus Life and Safety Team (CLAST)
Division of Student AffairsEmergency Management
Contacting the Care Team
The Care Team
A network of campus colleagues, the Care Team is operated through the Dean of Students Office. Members are available to assist with incidents involving UND students 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The Care Team responds to incidents such as major accidents, missing students, sickness that interferes with attending classes, death, suicidal ideations, situations involving self-harm, psychological trauma and sexual violence.
Contacting the Care Team
Week days between 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Call the Dean of Students Office at (701).777.2664.
During weekends, evenings, or University holidays:
Call (701).777.3491. Your call may be answered through the Grand Forks County law enforcement dispatch desk. Please advise the officer you wish to speak to a Care Team member.
What can you expect?
Typically if University Police is involved in a transport to Altru, a Care Team member is contacted and reports to the Altru Emergency Room to meet with the student(s). The role of the Care Team member is to support the student(s) in need.
Altru hospital typically contacts a Community Violence Intervention Center(CVIC) volunteer when the emergency room staff suspect violence, including sexual violence.
When UND staff have information about a student who is under the age of 21 having a medical emergency, including an overdose of alcohol or other drugs, the parent(s) will be called.
After an incident, typically the next day, appropriate staff (Housing or Dean of Students) will be in contact with the student regarding any follow up.
Campus and Community Resources
Community Violence Intervention Center
24-hour line: (701).746.8900
Toll Free: (866).746.8900
CVIC offers a holistic approach to violence that provides a long-term safety net for those impacted by violence and proactive prevention efforts through education, treatment, and collaborative work for peace involving the entire community.
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Need Help Now?
UND Campus Police, (701).777.3491
Northeast Human Service Center Crisis Line, (701).775.0525 or 1.800.245.3731
Services are available in Grand Forks for individuals and families in crisis and emergency situations.
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, 1.800.273.TALK (1.800.273.8255)
The Trevor Project, 1.866.4.U.TREVOR (1.866.488.7386)
A 24-hour toll-free confidential crisis and suicide prevention helpline for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning youth.