The Pirates CARE team is a group of faculty and staff from across Pensacola State College who meet weekly to discuss students of concern, conduct threat assessments, and help in responding to crisis situations and critical events on campus. The Pirates CARE Team assists the College community in helping students who are experiencing a crisis or difficulty outside of the classroom by connecting students with both on and off campus resources. The Pirates CARE Team understand that students may face situations beyond academics where assistance is needed in order to help a student be successful. Members of the Pirates CARE Team also oversee issues related to student behavior as well as academic misconduct.
Safety is a top priority at Pensacola State College and we recognize there are times when College community members may be exhibiting behavior that is concerning. Along with providing resources to our students, the Pirates CARE Team has members who are able to conduct campus threat assessments of both students and employees when needed. If you are concerns about a student or employee at Pensacola State College, you are encouraged to report any behavior that you perceive as concerning, worrisome, or threating to the Pirates CARE Team.
Current members of the team include:
Anita Bronson, Student Services Advisor
Rachelle Burns, Director, TRIO-Student Support Services
Kathryn Coxwell, Coordinator, Student Resource Center for ADA Services
Robert Goley, Chief, Public Safety
Tom Gilliam, Vice President, Administrative Services and General Counsel
Wayne Hagan, Coordinator, TRIO- Veteran Student Support Services
Dr. Jennifer Hill-Faron, Dean, Milton Campus
Dr. Katie Hudon, Director, Student Services Warrington Campus
Veronica Jennings, Director, Student Conduct
Jessica Johnson, Director, Wellness Services
Dr. Lynsey Listau, Executive Director, Institutional Equity and Student Conduct
Dr. Liz Moseley, Director, Student Resource Center for ADA Services
Carlita Williams, Mental Health Services Specialist