Faculty/Staff Student of Concern Guide
Resources for Responding to Student Crisis
Confidentiality and FERPA facts
Listening, responding and making a referral
Please note the off-campus resources guides are updated once a year, and the information may be outdated. Last updated Summer 2015.
K-State Alerts is Kansas State University's emergency notification system that gives campus authorities the ability to communicate emergency information quickly to the university community.
How they work
The campus community is notified through many channels, including text messaging, alert beacons and automated phone calls.
When they’re used
- A dangerous condition exists on campus
- A decision to close the campus has been made
- A decision to reopen the campus following a forced closure has been made
To receive notifications by text messaging or automated phone call, visit: k-state.edu/safety/alerts
The SafeZone program provides campus safe areas where individuals affected by homophobia, hateful acts and sexual violence can go for support and assistance. The program identifies people, programs and services that have made a commitment to enhancing the quality of the university's environment.
For more information, visit:
Principles of Community
The Principles of Community establish the values that students, faculty and staff cherish. The principles help enhance the university’s culture of inclusiveness, fair treatment and civil discourse.
For more information, visit: k-state.edu/about/community.html
Take care of yourself
Faculty and staff employee assistance
The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) provides confidential assistance to help university employees resolve personal problems that affect job performance. The program is confidential and helps identify resources that can help.
For more information, contact Human Resources at 785-532-6277 or visit: