Health and Safety Information
The K-State College of Education safety plan is an ongoing work in progress in order to continuously review and update the most current safety measures for the environment. The prevailing rule in any safety or crisis situation is communication, to trust one's instincts, exercise sound judgment based on an analysis of the event to the best of one's ability, exercise common sense, and to remain calm in order to provide leadership for those we are responsible.
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K-State Health and Safety Links
K-State Health and Safety
Campus safety, emergency management, terrorism preparedness, alcohol, fitness, mental health, suicide prevention, travel, women's resources, health information, and other support services
Student Crisis Services
The Office of Student Life helps students accurately assess their situations, provides information, and teaches the skills students need to navigate crises. This website has information on personal counseling referrals, academic support, financial advising referrals, student advocacy, notification of instructors, family support and communication, crisis contacts, rape and sexual assault, harassment or discrimination concerns, and concerns about other students.
University Emergency Guide
K-State's guide to evacuation procedures, medical emergencies, fire, severe weather, hazardous substances, explosions, criminal activity, active shooter, terroristic threat, bomb threat, suspicious package, and behavior problems (workplace violence, mental health emergency).
University Non-Emergency Assistance
Includes information on counseling services, student life, crisis assistance, SAFE Zone program, SafeRide program, Wildcat Walk, K-State Police, and Silent Witness program.
Office of Student LIfe: Crisis Assistance
Responding to Emergency/Crisis Situations Involving Students
Priority contact list
Psychological/Mental Health Crisis Protocol
Mental health crises, including emotional/behavioral distress
Student Medical/Health Crisis Protocol
Medical emergencies, substance abuse or overdose, infectious disease outbreak, and hazardous substance release
Student Safety Crisis Protocol
Serious crimes, sexual assault, missing person, or death of a student
Critical Incident Response Team (CIRT)
Assesses and coordinates the response to significant campus situations and events on the Manhattan campus