March 30, 2016


SUBJECT:    New Way to Report Students of Concern – Triton Concern Line

We would like to take advantage of the start of the new quarter to inform all staff and faculty of a new resource to assist UC San Diego students with a wide range of issues and concerns. The TRITON CONCERN LINE replaces the Red Folder, and provides a streamlined way for staff and faculty to seek consultation and assistance regarding students of concern.

Call (858) 246-1111 to report your concerns. The line is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

A student of concern is someone whose academic progress or overall functioning in our university environment is adversely affected due to a number of indicators that are impacting their well-being and/or the well-being of others.

Calls will be answered 24/7 and referred to the appropriate Dean of Student Affairs the next business day morning. This is not to be used as an emergency contact number.

For immediate concerns about student behavior, or concerns for the safety of yourself and/or others, we encourage you to call the UC San Diego Police Department at 858-534-HELP (4357). UC San Diego Police Dispatch is staffed 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

To learn more about the new Triton Concern Line and How to Support Students of Concern, contact Dr. Monique Crandal at (858) 822-2614. Student Affairs Case Management Services provides in person training on How to Support Students of Concern throughout the quarter. See opportunities in the UC Learning Center: How to Support Students of Concern.

Thank you, in advance, for all you do to help create a caring and considerate campus environment for our students. Know that we welcome your reports and inquiries about any matters related to students and we are here to support you in dealing with any student issues that may arise.

Juan C. González
Vice Chancellor – Student Affairs

Monique M. Crandal
Director –
Student Affairs Case
Management Services