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If you sense someone is in need of guidance, please let us know.

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The Compass program provides support and guidance to students who are facing a difficult situation or want to talk through a problem. The health, welfare and safety of all UB community members is vital and we believe that offering a supportive and judgment-free environment to discuss difficult concerns is instrumental in building that community. We provide the support necessary to help student address concerns by maximizing the resources available to them and developing a plan for their success.

If you know of someone who may be in need of support or have observed someone exhibiting concerning behavior, please let us know by completing the form below. Any information shared will be treated with privacy to the greatest extent possible.

In the event of an emergency, please contact UB Police Department at 410.837.4444 or call 911.

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UB Staff Member
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Academic Concern (disengagement, poor attendance, declining grade, etc.)
Wellness Concern (chronic illness, poor appearance/hygiene, highly emotional, etc.)
Behavior Concern (aggression, sudden change in behavior or temperament, excessive need for attention, etc.)
Personal Concern (financial hardship, family difficulties, living situation, etc.)
Other (describe in the section below)

Severe (Please dial 410.837.444 or 911)

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Last Published 10/2/15