Snow College Campus Assessment & Resource Team

(CARE Team)

  

MISSION STATEMENT

The Snow College CARE Team supports the college’s commitment to a tradition of excellence and quality student services by implementing a collaborative approach to conducting assessments, providing intervention resources, and sustaining a safe, healthy environment for the success of the college’s students, faculty and staff.

 

TEAM MEMBERS

Questions or referrals for the CARE Team may be directed to any the following individuals:  

Craig Mathie
VP for Student Success/Team Chair
email address for this person
435.893.2216

Staci Taylor
Risk Manager/Team Chair Pro Tem
email address for this person
435.283.7120

Allen Riggs
Counseling and Wellness Center Director
email address for this person
435.283.7125

Diane Adams
Admin Assistant/Team Case Manager
email address for this person
435.283.7100

Melanie Jenkins
General Ed Director/Faculty Member
email address for this person
435.283.7451

Jessica Siegfried
Residence Life Director
email address for this person
(435.283.7169

Derek Walk
Campus Safety Chief
email address for this person
435.283.7170

 

REPORTING BEHAVIOR CONCERNS

If you observe or become aware of any of the “red flag” behaviors listed below, please click the report link to the right and submit an online report or contact a CARE Team member directly. Anonymous reports are accepted, but the team may be limited in how they can respond and follow up in such cases.

When a behavior is criminal or is causing imminent harm or danger, call Police Dispatch at (435) 835-2345 in Ephraim or (435) 893-6471 in Richfield or if an extreme emergency call 911. 

 

RED FLAGS

  • Anger issues
  • Acting out disruptively
  • Fascination with weapons
  • Homicidal talk or ideation
  • Intense interest in campus shooting events
  • Known history of threatening behavior
  • Non-compliance in disciplinary matters
  • Paranoia
  • Recent police contact
  • Stalking
  • Strange shift in behavior
  • Threats to do harm or damage
  • Unusual interest in terrorist activities
  • Victim or self-martyr concept
  • Violent fantasies

 

BEHAVIORS FOR COUNSELING CENTER

  • Alcohol use
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Drug use
  • Homesickness
  • Loneliness
  • Relationship issues
  • Suicidal ideation