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Counseling Center

Crisis Services

After Hours and other available resources are:

  • Suicide Prevention Helpline (719.544.1133)
  • Rape Crisis Center (719.549.0549)
  • Parkview Medical Center (719.584.4000)
  • Health Solutions (719.545.2746)
  • YWCA Family Crisis Center (719.545.8195)

Crisis & Emergency Calls

Guidelines for Determining the Level of Response Required for Crisis/Emergency Calls

Emergency calls differ in terms of levels of urgency and steps needed to address them. These guidelines are not exhaustive; they are meant to provide general direction on how to address different kinds of calls. Any individual can contact the Student Counseling Center if they have a situation that is concerning to them. 

If someone is threatening, angry, or violent, please immediately call the Sheriff's Department (911).

  • A person making suicidal or self-harm statements.
  • A person experiencing what may be psychotic symptoms.
  • A person who seems unable to maintain basic functioning.
  • A person who appears inebriated.
  • A person making homicidal statements. 
Many situations can be handled by setting up a regular appointment by calling the Student Counseling Center for scheduling.
  • A student who is feeling lonely or homesick.
  • A student who has experienced a panic attack, but is not feeling overwhelmed.
  • A student who is experiencing high levels of stress, but maintaining basic functioning.
  • A student who is emotionally upset and crying, but maintaining basic functioning.

Spring 2022 Registration

Registration Opens October 18, 2021.

To register for Spring 2022 courses, students will need to meet with their academic success coach or faculty mentor, submit proof of vaccination or exemption, and self-register through Banner.

Vaccination Requirement and Exemptions

Student wearing face mask

The university's COVID-19 Vaccination Policy includes the COVID-19 vaccination unless an exemption is filed.

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