It is Colorado Mesa University's policy to provide for the safety and security of all members of its campus community.CMU provides many resources for assistance in non-emergency situations.
In case of emergency, CALL 911.
Location: Albers Hall
Non-emergency Phone: 970.242.6707
Locations: South patio of the University Center, Lowell Heiny Hall Room 107, Development Center (Little Mavs Building)
CMU's professional mentors actively engage students of all backgrounds and help them work through the challenges that they will face in their college career, in and out of the classroom.
Location: Albers Hall
SART supports victims of sexual violence (defined as any act of sexual contact without consent or without legal consent) by assessing and addressing their needs. Our responders' first priority is to ensure that survivors of sexual assault are safe and provide support services, including access to medical aid, connecting victims with a campus advocate and supplying alternative housing options and academic assistance. Survivors of sexual assault have the option of maintaining confidentiality or participating in a basic interview with the police as part of an investigation.
Please refer to this guide whenever you have questions or problems concerning the student code of conduct, policies or procedures.
Location: Lowell Heiny Hall, Room 107
This document is designed to follow national best practices of suicide intervention as it appears in current mental health literature. This protocol has been developed by a team of scholars and practitioners within the university. Complete pages four and five of the protocol document and forward them to Student Services (LHH 107) or Diversity, Advocacy, & Health (Albers Hall).
Behavioral Clinical Services (BCS) offers professional counseling to all CMU students. In an emergency, dial 970.241.6500, press 1, and wait for a series of clicks and pauses to be connected to the answering service and the on-call therapist.
Location: 1112 Belford Avenue
Dedicated to eliminating violence within and against the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer communities in Colorado, and providing the highest quality services to survivors.
This program allows members of the campus community to call a special phone line (which is not recorded and does not have caller ID) and provide information about a crime or suspect. The caller remains anonymous, but if the information received leads to an arrest, the caller may be entitled to an award of up to $1,000.
Suicide prevention, awareness and education.
Counseling, advocacy and shelter for adults and children who are survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault.
Location: 1003 Main Street
Location: 510 29 1/2 Road
Location: 215 Rice Street
Providing education, support and advocacy for people affected by a mental illness and their families.
The nation's largest anti-sexual assault organization.
The leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning young people ages 13-24.