Supporting Student and Employee Well-being

RaiderCare supports students and employees experiencing life challenges by considering safety, locating services, and encouraging continued enrollment or employment whenever possible.

The goals of RaiderCare are the prevention, identification, assessment, intervention, and management of situations that pose, or may pose, a threat to the safety and well-being of the Seminole State campus community.

Concern for the well-being of a student or employee

Members of the Seminole State community who observe a student or employee exhibiting behavior that could put the safety, security, and welfare of the College community at risk may contact any RaiderCare team member for assistance. The team will prepare a comprehensive analysis of the threat or concern and then collaboratively implement an intervention plan.

Faculty and staff can also encourage students to practice self-care, taking steps to reduce stress and increase their coping skills and utilize support systems. These “protective measures” strengthen students’ well-being.  

View the complete list of 99 Coping Skills, which includes these examples:

  • Engage in a sport or exercise
  • Look up recipes; cook a meal
  • Paint, write, listen to music
  • Talk with someone you trust

RaiderCare Concern Form

The RaiderCare Concern Forms are confidential and will be used for health, safety, and security purposes. They will not be used as evidence in Student Conduct or employee discipline actions and are intended to serve as reliable information for the College team members who can best help the student or employee of concern. Use this online form to show care and concern when observing student or employee behavior that appears to present risks or threats to the safety, security, and welfare of the College community.