There are many campus departments that can help you and your student.
Center for Support and Intervention
Students may be referred to the Center for Support and Intervention (CSI) when they exhibit or share concerns related to their personal, physical, and emotional well-being. Select cases are brought to the Students of Concern Committee when appropriate.
CSI does not take place of other services or reporting requirements of other departments.
Students of Concern Committee
The Students of Concern Committee (SOCC) provides a centralized place for various campus departments to come together and communicate relevant information, coordinate institutional response, and consult about students of concern.
Members of the SOCC team
- Berkeley International Office
- Center for Student Conduct
- Center for Support and Intervention
- College of Letters and Science
- Counseling and Psychological Services
- Disabled Students’ Program
- Financial Aid & Scholarships
- Graduate Division
- Office of the AVC/Dean of Students
- PATH to Care Center
- Residential Life
- UC Police Department: Threat Management Unit
The SOCC also consults with other advisors, faculty, and staff as necessary.
CSI and SOCC Responsibilities
- To provide a centralized structure for campus departments and offices that need help supporting students displaying concerning, disruptive, and/or distressed behavior
- To develop a strategic plan to ensure the safety of the student and the campus community
- To ensure that information is shared among relevant partners concerned about student welfare and success
CSI/SOCC Response Process
- The concerned party believes that an incident or circumstance has reached a level of concern.
- The concerned party submits a report.
- Within 3 business days, a report is reviewed and assessed. A CSI staff member may contact the concerned party to gather more information as needed.
- CSI, in consultation with the SOCC, will evaluate the situation and determine what further steps are required.
- Someone from CSI may be in contact with the reporting party to share the coordinated plan of action as needed.