REPORT A CONCERN

In an Emergency 24/7

From any campus phone,
call 4300 or 911

From a mobile phone,
call SMC dispatch (310) 434-4300

If off campus call 911

Disciplinarian - SA (Student Affairs) 103; Ext. 4220 or 4655

Office Hours: 8am-5pm, Mon-Fri

  • Disruptive classroom or office behavior, including intimidation

  • General Student Code of Conduct Violations (i.e. disruptive behavior, willful misconduct, academic dishonesty, etc.)

  • Uncivil behavior

  • Bizarre/inappropriate (nonviolent behavior)

Campus Police - 1718 Pearl Street; Ext. 4300

Office Hours: Dispatch available 24/7

  • Violent Acts

  • Threatening Behavior

  • Weapons, guns, alcohol, drugs, lewd conduct

  • Disruptive behavior by non-SMC students

  • Imminent danger to self or others

  • Medical emergency

Title IX Office - 2714 Pico Boulevard; Ext. 4415 or 4255

Office Hours: 8am-5pm, Mon-Fri

  • Investigates issues of domestic violence, stalking and sexual assault

  • Gender based harassment issues

  • Issues related to dating violence

Psychological Services - LA 110; Ext. 4503

Office Hours: 9am-5pm, Mon-Fri

  • Consultations regarding student behavior and issues

  • Referrals for non-violent, bizarre and/ or inappropriate behavior

  • For suspected suicidal behavior/ gestures/ thoughts-ALWAYS call psychological services and escort student

Health Services - Student Activities Building; Ext. 4262

Office Hours: 8am-7pm, Mon-Thurs; 8am-2pm, Fri

  • Medical non-emergency (i.e. student illness, seizures, bloody nose, etc.)

  • Physical injuries (i.e., cuts, burns, sprains, falls, etc.)

Medical Emergencies*

  1. If there is a need for an ambulance, call Campus Police at extension 4300.

  2. If there is an athletic injury, call Campus Police at extension 4300.

Psychological Crises*

  1. If a student is expressing suicidal thoughts, acting out of touch with reality, or verbalizes the need for voluntary hospitalization, consider the following options:

    1. Walk the student over to Psychological Services, LA 110, during regular office hours (9am-5pm, Mon-Fri). If possible, call Psychological Services at extension 4503, and inform them in advance of the situation. If the student is an international student on an F-1 visa, also contact the International Education Center at extension 4126. If it is after hours, call Campus Police at extension 4300.

    2. If the student appears to be in imminent danger to themselves or others, contact Campus Police at extension 4300.

After Hours Protocol*

  1. For acute health, safety or psychological issues, contact Campus Police at extension 4300.

  2. For all non-acute issues, wait until next business day and refer to appropriate office.

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