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Support Resources

CC Support Resources

The following offices and programs on-campus might be especially helpful to you as you navigate this election cycle:

The Butler Center

  •; (719) 389 6338
  • individual student support for minoritized populations, social justice/antiracism workshops, programs, and trainings
  • Noble Gough, Gender and Identity Development Specialist, is a confidential resource

Campus Activities

  • support for student organizations and event planning

Campus Safety

  • For emergencies: (719) 389-6911
  • For non-emergencies: (719) 389-6707
  • Give them a call for:
    • escorts around campus or safe rides in the local area;
    • if you see something that needs their attention
    • to report a concern

The Chaplain's Office

Collaborative for Community Engagement

  •; (719) 389-6846
  • help connect you with the local community and get involved with issues that matter to you

Competitive Communications & Middle Ground

  • workshops and trainings on public speaking and navigating difficult discussions

Counseling Center

  • (719) 389-6093;
  • Offers 6 free counseling sessions a year to students and will have additional appointments available around the election.
  • Access crisis and support services 24/7(after hours and weekends) by calling the Counseling Center at (719) 389-6093, and then press 2. OR, call Campus Safety.
  • All counselors are a confidential resource.

International Student & Scholar Services

  •; (719) 389 6024
  • Advising and interpretation of U.S. government regulations for students with an F-1 or J-1 visa
  • Offering support with cultural adjustment and navigating the U.S.

Student Organizations

  • Can provide informal peer to peer support and connection between students with shared interests and backgrounds
  • Student organization leaders:
      • If your student organization would like to have a staff member come and help facilitate a processing space after the election, please reach out to Campus Activities to coordinate or to the desired office/staff member directly.
      • If your student organization would like to brainstorm ways to support the election, and/or ways to support current issues through distanced or virtual engagement work, please reach out to the CCE. (

Wellness Resource Center

Looking for a campus support not on this list? Check out this list of student support resources organized by topic.


National Support Resources

In addition to the campus supports, there are several national support networks designed to help those experiencing a crisis:

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