We are excited to announce the launch of The Colorado College Wellness Resource Center!
We’re still “under construction,” but excited to begin the work of providing leadership around healthy campus initiatives in order to promote a holistic model of wellness. The Wellness Resource Center will coordinate and integrate efforts to promote health and prevent health problems, including education of campus constituents on a range of wellness related topics, such as healthy relationships, healthy sexual engagement, alcohol and other substance use and abuse, mental health and life balance. The Center will also increase campus capacities for active bystander intervention strategies to include intervening and supporting community members in distress to get appropriate support and assistance.
In addition to this website, the WRC also offers some on-line resources for students:
Student Health 101 is an on-line health and wellness magazine available to all Colorado College Students.
ULifeline offers students a mental health screening tool, information about mental health issues geared towards you, and resources for learning more and getting help.
Health and Safety on Campus
For fire or medical emergencies dial 911 (9-911 from a campus phone) and Campus Safety at extension 6911. Always give your location, nature of the emergency, and be prepared to respond to the dispatcher’s questions or instructions. Do not hang up until told to do so.
Because Colorado College Campus Safety Officers are on campus 24/7, they are often the best first response for a non-life threatening crisis on campus. They can respond to stabilize an immediate crisis, and then help to mobilize whatever additional resources are needed--medical services, mental health evaluators, police, etc.
- Office: 719-227-8101
- On-Call/After Hours: 719-602-0960
- Appointments: 719-389-6384
- After Hours, Non-Emergency Nurse Help Line: 719-636-2999