The Skyline College CARES Team is designed as a resource for students and/or faculty and staff to report concerns about students who may be in distress. If you are concerned about a student on campus or in the classroom, you should report it to the Skyline College CARES Team.  Reminder: If it is an EMERGENCY, call 9-1-1.

Please contact the CARES Team in the following situations:

  • When a student's personal safety is a concern
  • When a student's behavior indicates acute personal distress
  • When there is a pattern of disturbing behavior

Submit CARES Report

CARES is an online report system where you can report students with distressed behaviors. Your report will be sent to the Vice President of Students Services Office and will be reviewed by the CARES Team.

Submit CARES Report  

What is Distressed Behavior?

Distressed behaviors include: Behaviors indicated of emotional distress, but not necessarily disruptive. Examples include: Nervous or anxious; Sad, crying, or depressed; Inability to concentrate; Spaced-out or disheveled appearance; Expressing suicidal thoughts. Get more information on behaviors of concern.

Who sees the CARES Report?

All submitted CARES reports will be forwarded to the Vice President of Student Services Office and will be reviewed by the CARES Team.