Emergency Planning & Violence Prevention

Crisis Management

  1. Become familiar with the areas you use. Before an incident occurs, know your evacuation route and where to take shelter depending on the emergency.

  2. Stay calm. Do not take unnecessary risks. Understand that you and others around you will be experiencing a variety of emotions.

  3. Offer assistance without putting yourself at risk.

  4. Be informed and have a plan for how you will respond in a crisis.

Helpful Resources

Stressed Students

Stressed Students: How You Can Help

Our college community is becoming increasingly aware of the amount of stress students are experiencing and its negative impact on their health and academic performance.

To address this concern, we have adopted an online training simulation that will assist you to better identify and refer these students to support services on campus. Lewis University highly recommends that you take this 45 minute course, which is already in use at hundreds of colleges and universities.

To take the course, follow the instructions below:

If you experience any technical difficulties, please email support@kognito.com


Caring for Our Community ACT 2014.

Video Presentation on Campus Violence.