Classes on all Southeast campuses beginning at noon or after Feb. 15 are canceled and offices are closing at noon Feb. 15. Check https://semo.edu/closings.
QPR Training is a Suicide Prevention Module which provides participants with the tools necessary to recognize the warning signs of suicide and to put into action a plan for preventing suicide. Participants learn how to recognize warning signs, clues, and communication related to suicide in order to prevent suicide. QPR is an interactive training that highlights the best ways to approach someone who is displaying warning signs of suicide and allows participants an opportunity to put the techniques learned into practice. Participants will be provided with a QPR booklet, information on local and national prevention resources, and a certificate of completion. Anyone who is in contact with students, faculty, and staff on campus is encouraged to attend this training.
QPR Suicide Prevention Training is available for faculty/staff and students at Southeast. The training can be modified for classroom or student organization presentations to fit your group's needs. Please contact Counseling and Disability Services at (573) 986-6191 to request a training. Requests for training must be made at least two weeks in advance and have a minimum of 6 individuals. Fulfillment of training requests is to subject to staff availability.
Step UP! is a prosocial behavior and bystander intervention program that educates students and staff to be proactive in helping others. Step UP! received a NASPA Gold award and recently was identified as a ‘Best Practice’ by the NCAA Sports Science Institute of national and international scholars. This course will help you raise awareness of helping behaviors, increase motivation to help, develop skills and confidence when responding to problems or concerns, and ensure the safety and well-being of self and others.
Call the University Police Department at 651-2911 for emergency situations after hours, on weekends, or during session breaks. The University Police Department will contact the University's Crisis Response Team.