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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.

Report a Behavior/Person of Concern

If you observe or become aware of any of the “red flag” behaviors listed below, please click a report link below 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.  In the event of an emergency, call 9-1-1.

Need Help? Contact a Team Member

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

  • Mike Daniels
    Interim Dean of Students
    email address for this person
    435.283.7320

  • Paula Robison

    Disability Services Coordinator/Chair
    email address for this person
    435.283.7321

  • Staci Taylor

    Title IX Coordinator/Risk Manager
    email address for this person
    435.283.7120
  • Travis Walker
    Deputy Title IX Coordinator/Deputy Risk Manager
    email address for this person
    435.283.7257

  • Derek Walk

    Campus Safety Chief
    email address for this person
    435.283.7170

  • Ian Spackman

    Residence Life Coordinator
    email address for this person
    435.283.7308
  • Sam Holder
    Student Life
    email address for this person
    435.283.7100

  • Allen Riggs

    Counseling and Wellness Center Director
    email address for this person
    435.283.7125

  • Michael Huff
    Associate Professor Music/Director Choral
    email address for this person
    435.283.7469

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