For a Non-Emergency, when using a campus telephone call University Police at ext. 4734 or 4710
For a Non-Emergency, if you're calling from a non-campus phone, call University Police at (814) 375-4734 or (814) 375-4710
For a physical injury or serious illness ON CAMPUS, the faculty, staff member, or coach present should:
- Give immediate first aid as appropriate and call 911.
- Notify the Campus Nurse, Jill Betton ext. 4765. If the Nurse is not available, notify the Director of Student Affairs, Rebecca Pennington ext. 4766.
- Have someone stay with the student, and DO NOT let the student leave the area until help arrives to evaluate the situation.
For a physical injury or serious illness at an OFF-CAMPUS University sponsored event, the faculty, staff member, or coach present should:
- Seek immediate medical attention for the injured party.
- Complete an incident report and submit it to the Student Health Center. The Nurse will send copies of the report to appropriate personnel. The report is to include the student's name, student ID number, date, time, location where accident or illness occurred, description of accident or illness, and how it was handled.
- If the injury occurs at a local OFF-CAMPUS event, an ambulance will transport the injured directly to the hospital, not back to the Campus.
- The Director of Student Affairs will arrange to have the student's parents or spouse notified, if necessary.
For serious emotional adjustment problems, the faculty, or staff member should:
- Notify a member of the Early Intervention Team:
- Rebecca Pennington, Director of Student Affairs – [email protected] or 375-4766
- Jill Betton, Campus Nurse – [email protected] or 375-4765
- Colleen Lanzoni, Counselor - [email protected] pr 375-4832
- Diana Kreydt, Disability Services Coordinator – [email protected] or 372-3037
- Officer John Licatovich – [email protected] or 375-4734 or 911 in an emergency
- Office Cody Haag - [email protected] or 375-4743 or 911 in an emergency
- Dave Bish - [email protected] or 375-3014
- The Team member will meet with the student if appropriate to determine what action is required and contact the appropriate health agency or the Crisis Intervention Service if necessary (24-hour crisis counseling is available by dialing 1-800-341-5040).
- Campus Counselor Colleen Lanzoni is available by appointment Monday - Friday 08:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Contact the Counseling Center via email: [email protected] or call 814-375-4832 and leave a message.
- Faculty or staff members who have early concerns about students may submit an Early Alert Form to the Early Intervention Team for further action on their part.
The ambulance service should be used in emergency cases of injury or illness when transportation is necessary. (Dial 911).
Penn Highlands DuBois Emergency Room is the likely place the ambulance will take the patient.
Remember, the University does not have insurance covering students. Therefore, expenses incurred at the hospital or from the physician are the responsibility of the student. There is a free community health clinic available on Tuesdays from 7 to 9 (375-6330). The Campus contract physician is available Wednesdays from 12:00 to 1:00 pm and Thursday from 3:00 to 4:00 pm in the Health Service Office, by appointment (375-4765) or on an as-needed basis.
During the hours between 8 am and 5 pm Monday through Friday, please notify the Campus Nurse (ext. 4765) if an ambulance is needed. After 5 pm and on weekends, or if the Nurse is not available during the normal workday, please call the ambulance service directly (911), should an emergency arise.
First Aid Kits are available in the following locations:
Library (Room 113)
Student Affairs (Supply Closet)
Physics Lab (Room 106)
Chemistry Lab (Room 225)
Biology Lab (Room 214)
Fitness Center (Room 103)
Health Services (Room 101)
Faculty/Staff (Room 183)
Occupational Therapy (Room 047)
Wildlife Lab (Room 050/051)