The Naropa University Student CARE Team strives to enforce the fact that students do not have to tackle difficulties on their own. The team, based out of the Dean of Students Office, serves as a dispatch and case management team for students who are going through a challenging time due to various life circumstances. Transition, academic progress and behavior, overall wellbeing, basic needs, and conflict resolution are all areas that can present challenges. Referrals for academic, wellbeing, student conduct, and interpersonal conflict can be sent to this team of Naropa staff who are committed to connecting students to on and off campus resources that promote student success.

The CARE team consists of representatives from the offices below:

  • Dean of Students
  • Title IX
  • Counseling and Wellness
  • Academic Advising and Student Success
  • Campus and Residential Life
  • Career Life and Development
  • Facilities and Operations

The 2022 CARE team consists of the following members:

  • Co-Chair, Jeremy Moore, Associate Dean of Students
  • Co-Chair, Jessica Del Castillo, Senior Director of Academic Advising
  • Aaron Cook, Director for Facilities and Operations
  • Amanda Loughlin, Counselor, Counseling and Wellness
  • Anne-Marie Chmielewski, Clinical Placement Lead, Career Life and Development
  • Jo-Lynn Park, Senior Director for Counseling and Wellness
  • Karishma Kamath, Title IX Coordinator
  • Stephan Taylor, Director, Campus and Residential Life
  • Jessica Brejc, Director of Financial Aid

What to Report

  • Academic concerns
  • Wellbeing
  • Student Conduct
  • COVID-19 concerns
  • Gender Equity
  • Relationship Violence
  • Sexual Misconduct
  • Discrimination/harassment
  • Classroom conflict
  • Interpersonal conflicts

*The CARE team is not an emergency response team. Please call 911 in the case of an emergency and/or campus Security & Safety 720-309-8211, then put in a student of concern/CARE team referral.

How to Report a Concern?

If you are worried about a student, please complete a CARE team referral through the Naropa Reporting Form.

What Happens Once a Report Is Received?

When a report is sent it goes into a secure database only accessible to individuals with a connection to the CARE team. Once the report is received, it is reviewed by a member of the CARE team who will then send an outreach to the student. That outreach could be an email, phone call, or an in person visit. Once contact has been made, the student will receive resources and support to chart out how they would like to move forward.

Please note, the CARE team follow-up strategies, outreaches and outcomes are confidential and generally, will not be shared, except on a need-to-know-basis. Student information and their educational records are protected under the FERPA. Thank you for understanding, and supporting our students.

Contacting the CARE Team

Please contact the CARE team for general questions or consultation by emailing


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