Medical Emergencies

Call 9-1-1 immediately

  • Do not attempt to move the victim unless he/she is in danger of further injury, or is exposed to a hazardous environment
  • Attempt to keep the victim’s airway clear
  • Keep the person calm and comfortable
  • Properly trained individuals should commence first aid while awaiting an ambulance
  • Properly trained individuals should begin CPR for anyone who is not breathing. Use gloves and other personal protective equipment if available.
  • Locate an Automated External Defibrillator and use it if trained to do so. The Sugar Grove Campus map lists locations.
  • If alcohol poisoning is suspected, keep the person awake

Mental Health Emergency

If anyone is an immediate threat to self or others, move away from the person and CALL 9-1-1 IMMEDIATELY
 
NON-EMERGENCY
In non-emergency situations, refer students to Counseling and Student Support at (630) 466-2951, the Dean for Counseling and Student Support at (630) 466-2389 or the Assistant Vice President of Student Development at (630) 466-2590.