|Crisis Coordination Team available for consultation, assistance|
The health and well-being of students at the University of North Dakota continues to be a concern for all of us. If you are concerned about a student you know or have in class, we urge you to contact the Crisis Coordination Team for consultation and assistance.
Who is the UND Crisis Coordination Team?
Staff from Student Services, University Counseling Center, Student Health Services, University Police, Residence Services and others – on and off-campus – working together to promote a safer and supportive learning environment.
Types of crisis calls handled by the team:
Medical emergencies (911)
Notification of the death of a family member
All other events that prevent students from performing at their best
How do I contact the Crisis Coordination Team?
During business hours: 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, call the Dean of Students office at 777-2664
During weekends, evenings, or University holidays: Call 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 UND Crisis Coordination team member.
The Dean of Students Office provides faculty and staff with wallet-sized pink information cards that contain this information as well as other helpful emergency numbers. If you would like some of these cards, please let us know and we will send them to you.
Thank you for all you do on behalf of students at UND. We look forward to working with you and welcome your calls and questions. -- Cara Halgren, associate dean of student life and director of judicial affairs and crisis programs, firstname.lastname@example.org, 777-2664.