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Student Well-Being

We rise by lifting others.

At Harford, our students, faculty and staff are like family. If you find yourself struggling emotionally, personally, or academically, we're here to help you. If you see or experience something or someone that concerns you or you feel threatened by, we provide a safe haven for you to share. We are here for you. Always.  

Harford's Student Intervention and Prevention (SIP) team is committed to promoting the safety, health, and well-being of the campus community by providing education, prevention, resources and intervention services for students. 

Examples of Concerning Behavior 

These types of behaviors might be observed in a number of settings, such as in the classroom, at a service location or office, or during participation in an extracurricular activity. By reporting behaviors that are concerning, you enable the Student Intervention and Prevention team to reach out to students to intervene, provide support, and connect them with resources that can assist them before a crisis arises. 

  • Overwhelmed 
  • Personal issues that impact academics 
  • Excessive anxiety, extreme sadness, depression 
  • Unusual behavior 
  • Aggressive and/or threatening behavior 
  • Disturbing written material 
  • Abuse of alcohol or illicit drugs 
  • Threats of suicide or homicide 

If you are concerned about yourself or another student, contact us for intervention.  

In case of emergency, or if the physical safety of a student, yourself, or others is of immediate concern, call 911 and contact  Public Safety at 443.412.2272.