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At The College of New Jersey, you are part of a caring community of students, faculty, and staff that takes its responsibility to look out for one another very seriously. Within the TCNJ caring community, the struggle of one of us is a concern for all of us. Conversely, the success and growth of each of us enhances our community. As a community of care, we reach out to each other in times of need and work together to build a healthy and well campus.

When you fill out a Cares Report it will be directed to the Dean of Student Office. Any inquiries or follow-ups to the Care Report should be directed to the Dean of Students Office at 609.771.2780

The College of New Jersey is a caring community because of the efforts we all make — faculty, staff, and students — to promote and nurture a community of care supportive of healthy life long behaviors for ourselves and others.

The College of New Jersey cares about its students, faculty, and staff’s intellectual, spiritual, occupational, emotional, physical, social, and environmental wellness.

Concerned about a student or friend?

Crisis Numbers

1.855.654.6735 | NJ Hopeline

1.800.273.8255 | National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

609.396 HELP | Capital Health – Emergency Mental Health Services Center (24/7)

609.771.2247 | Counseling & Psychological Services

609.771.2700 | The Center for Integrated Wellness

609.771.2345 | Campus Police Services

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The Trevor Project


If you are a young person in crisis, feeling suicidal, or in need of a safe and judgment-free place to talk, call 866-488-7386.

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NJ HopeLine


Our specialists are available for confidential telephone counseling and support 24 hours a day at 855-654-6735.

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