'Canes Care for 'Canes

’Canes Care for ’Canes is a call to our community to look out and stand up for one another. By aiming to achieve a campus community where all ’Canes respect and support each other, every member of our community will know that they belong.

We accomplish this together by caring, even in the smallest ways, for one another. If you take a moment to care about a classmate, friend, or a fellow 'Cane, you will make a difference in the life of another person.

Report a Concern

If you know a fellow 'Cane in need, take action now by submitting your concern—anonymously if you choose—to get them the help and support they need to be successful.

If this is an emergency or there is an immediate threat of harm to a student or the community, contact University Police at 305-284-6666, the Miller School of Medicine Public Safety at 305-243-6000, or dial 911.

Additionally, in response to the COVID-19 global pandemic, members of the University community are asked to do their part in helping to slow the spread by practicing a variety of healthy behaviors including physical distancing, wearing face coverings, as well as frequently washing your hands and using hand sanitizer. Furthermore, students must not host or attend large gatherings—whether on or off campus—where physical distancing cannot be maintained. Students are encouraged to report concerns about unsafe behaviors to 'Canes Care for 'Canes by completing the form below. 

Report a Concern

The reports are reviewed by designated University administrators who will reach out and respond to the student of concern by the next business day. It is our goal to intervene before the student reaches a crisis level.  If you are a University faculty, staff, or administrator, we encourage you to reach out directly to the Dean of Students Office or Office of the Senior Vice President for Student Affairs. Anyone providing false information may be subject to University disciplinary action.

Bias-Related Incident Reporting

To foster a Culture of Belonging, the University of Miami encourages everyone to report bias incidents that occur in our community so that inappropriate and unwelcome behavior may be properly addressed and the community at large can be educated. A bias incident - defined as an action, behavior, or expression against an individual’s or group’s actual or perceived identity - can be reported to the Dean of Students Office via this form.