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Emergency Preparedness


Update – Gunman in Custody

Sat, 28 Nov 2015 00:30:38 +0000

Update – The active shooter suspect has been detained by CSPD.Filed under: Active


Fri, 27 Nov 2015 20:43:51 +0000

CC Alert: No Immediate Danger – Active shooter in the area of Fillmore and CentennialFiled under: Active

All Clear #1 GENERAL

Tue, 29 Sep 2015 15:39:50 +0000

CC Alert: This is Colorado College Campus Safety. The emergency condition reported earlier has ended. It is now safe to resume normal activities. Thank you.Filed under: Active

Vehicle Fire on Cache Contained

Tue, 29 Sep 2015 14:59:23 +0000

CC Alert: A vehicle fire on Cache La Poudre outside Armstrong has been contained by CSFD. Please avoid that area while crews remove the vehicle. Traffic will be reopened once the scene is clear.Filed under: Active

Make sure you are staying up to date on all Campus Notifications! Click on the button above to check your personal information in Self Service Banner (SSB) , to ensure that the College has the correct contact information in case of an emergency notification. Once you have logged into SSB click on "Personal Information" and then "View Addresses and Phones". 

Emergency preparedness and response is a shared responsibility.  Colorado College provides information regarding emergency preparedness and response to the campus via the College’s web site and printed materials.  Additionally, the College provides emergency information to employees upon hire and facilitates emergency training for all members of the campus community.  Faculty, staff, students, and guests at Colorado College should commit to personal preparedness and, because general preparedness guidelines may not apply in every emergency, should integrate their own preparedness activities with the circumstances of an emergency.  Although voluntary, the College encourages faculty, staff, students, and guests with disabilities to notify the College of any need for assistance in planning for emergencies.

Please keep the following guidelines in mind during emergency situations:

  • Be positive and realistic.
  • Recognize that you may be on your own for part of the time during an emergency.
  • Realize that your actions can, and will, make a difference.
  • Try to do the most good for the most people during any emergency.


(719) 389-6911 for a general campus emergency
Other Emergency Contacts 

Colorado Springs
El Paso County
Student Health Center
(719) 389-6384
Emergency: Fire, Police, Medical
Fire Marshal
(719) 575-8590
Campus Safety
(719) 389-6707
Secondary: (719) 492-4950
Emergency from Campus Phone 
Health Department 
(719) 578-3199 
Counseling Center
(719) 389-6093
Emergency Management Office
(719) 385-5957 
Sheriff's Office 
(719) 390-5555
Dean of Students
(719) 389-6684
Fire Non-Emergency
(719) 444-7000
Accessibility Resources
(719) 227-8285
Armstrong Hall, Room 211
Police Non-Emergency
(719) 385-5950
Human Resources 
(719) 389-6421
Spencer Center, Suite 301
Security Escort Service
(719) 389-6340
Sexual Assault Response Coordinator
(719) 227-8101
Advocate On-Call: 719-602-0960
Shove Chapel/ Chaplains' Office
(719) 389-6638

National Services

Department of Homeland Security 
(800) 237-3239

National Weather Service Recorded Forecast 
(719) 573-6846