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Safe Zones

Safe Zones are designed to provide a safe space or a place of refuge, where members of the campus community can turn when they:

  • feel that their safety is immediately threatened, and/or
  • have been on the receiving end of bigotry of any kind

The goal of the Safe Zone Program is to ensure that members of the college community find a sanctuary on every floor of every building on campus if they feel under siege, physically threatened, or even just in need of a kind word.
A Safe Zone is a friendly and secure area that offers immediate safety and security personnel, if necessary, to provide a sanctuary and safe passage through the campus.

Becoming a Safe Zone participant is voluntary, a choice, and requires a serious commitment. The absence of a Safe Zone sign does not mean that an individual is “unsafe” but rather that circumstances have prevented them from committing to the formal Safe Zone Program.


Name Room Number
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Berney Jennifer

21 - 291B

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Bubemyre Gloria

27 - 200

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Bulpitt Dorna

23 - 134

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Buendel Sherrie

21 - 292A

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Chapman Norm

16 - 107

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Byrd Kathleen

21 - 291D

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Chapman Patrick

23 - 205

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Chapman Brent

23 - 224

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Charpentier Pam

31 - 104C

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Clukey Colleen

Counseling, Modular 2

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Chen James

35 - 258

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Coats Rhonda

25 - 114C

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Dixon Erica

20 - 208

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Dignan Lynn

25 - 204

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Cumberland Beth

34 - 212

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Dutton Chris

35 - 363

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Fowler Ryan

16 - 203

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Fredette Michael

16 - 204

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Goss John

16 - 202

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Gutierrez Jose

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Hawes Kathleen

23 - 124

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Hogan Carol

23 - 107

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Heuer Mychael

25 - 130

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Hong Gloria

25 - 114C

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Huff Forrest

23 - 109

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Kelly-Glasoe Anne

21 -150A

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Kunz Julie

Counseling, Modular 2

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Lukashin Heather

27 - 207A

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Leigh Michael

35 - 154

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Machado Yolanda

Counseling, Modular 2

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Managhan Aaron

25 - 205

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Mellor Heather

25 - 204

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Murrow Sally

25 - 129A

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Nolze Andrew

34 - 215

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Nikolaeva-Olson Anna

25 - 114A

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Ouellet Lynn

25 - 130

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Rajcich John

27 - 207A

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Schneider James

21 - 291C

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Rector Dave

27 - 206B

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Sharbaugh Sally

Counseling, Modular 2

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Soto Samantha

25 - 204

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Sullivan Sherry

21 - 105A

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Swingle Rebecca

34 - 221

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Taggesell Patrick

21 - 292B

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Tavis Sarah

21 - 292B

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Uhrich Cindy

27 - 206D

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Teed Debbie

23 - 224D

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Williamson Julie

33 - 107

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Yoshina Eileen

27 - 206C

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