SCRT Student Care Referral Team

Student Care Referral Team (SCRT), formerly known as Student of Concern Review Team is an interdisciplinary, administrative team that through referrals identifies students who may be experiencing difficulty coping with their environment and/or life circumstance, assesses those referrals for needs and risk, and develops intervention and outreach plans in collaboration with Student Support and Case Management.  Find out more information about When to Submit a Care Referral.  See the SCRT behavior scale for more info.  Download a printer friendly brochure (pdf).


  • Encourage the prompt reporting of behaviors of concern to the SCRT.
  • Encourage early identification of individuals who may be experiencing difficulty coping with their environment or life circumstance.
  • Provide information to faculty, staff, and students regarding the indicators of potentially dangerous or troublesome behaviors
  • Inform faculty, staff and students of existing and relevant policies and protocols which provide a course of action to address various alleged behaviors.
  • Provide recommendations regarding University sanctions or disciplinary actions to appropriate University authorities in cases of extreme violation of the Code of Student Rights and Responsibilities.
  • Provide information and consultation regarding appropriate response options to student related difficult situations.
  • Assist with the development of an appropriate response to behaviors which warrant concern.
  • Respond to concerns regarding a student's observed or reported behavior.
  • Investigate circumstances surrounding the reported concerns.
  • Determine the student's need for further assessment of dangerousness to self or others.
  • Recommend enforcement or education options that may be selected by University officials in response to specific and verified student behaviors.


Current team members represent: Academic Achievement and Access Center, Counseling & Psychological Services, Public Safety, Student Affairs, Student Conduct and Community Standards, Student Housing, and the Undergraduate Advising Center.  

  • Jennifer Wamelink, Associate Vice Provost for Student Affairs (Chair)
  • James Anguiano, Deputy Chief of Police, KU Public Safety Office
  • Rachel Auten, Coordinator for Student Support and Case Management
  • Dannah Hartley, Associate Director, Undergraduate Advising Center
  • Michael Maestas, Director, Counseling and Psychology Services
  • Deb Meyer, Associate Director, Academic Achievement and Access Center
  • Sarah Waters, Director, Student Housing
  • Katie Treadwell, Director, Student Conduct & Community Standards

Contact Information

Imminent Danger Cases
  • In cases involving the high likelihood of imminent danger, call 911 immediately.
All Other Cases
  • Please call 864-4060 between the hours of 8am - 5pm, Monday through Friday, and state that you have a matter for the Student of Concern Review Team (SCRT).
Requests for Presentations to Faculty/Staff
  • Please call 864-4060 between the hours of 8am - 5pm, Monday through Friday.

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