Pensacola State College - Pirates Care

COVID-19 Update: We understand that this is a confusing and perhaps scary time for students. The College is committed to providing support and our Pirates CARE team is available to assist. If you would like to speak with someone please use this link: PiratesCare/COVID19. You can also text “GULF” to 741741 to be connected with a crisis counselor.

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

Dr. Ruth Davison, Director, Student Conduct

Sean Fagan, Chief, Public Safety

Tom Gilliam, Vice President, Administrative Services and General Counsel

Jennifer Hill-Faron, Interim Dean, Milton Campus

Dr. Katie Hudon, Director, Student Services Warrington Campus

Jessica Johnson, Wellness Case Manager

Dr. Lynsey Listau, Executive Director, Institutional Equity and Student Conduct

Dr. Liz Moseley, Director, Student Resource Center for ADA Services

Wayne Hagan, Coordinator, TRIO- Veteran Student Support Services

Report Concerning, Worrisome, or Threatening Behaviors

If you are concerned about a student at Pensacola State College, you are encouraged to report any behavior that you perceive as concerning, worrisome, or threatening to the Pirates CARE Team. If you believe a student may need additional support or resources, you should also refer the student to the Pirates CARE Team who are able to provide both on and off campus resources to students. To refer a student of concern, please use the form available here.

Refer an Employee of Concern

If you are concerned about an employee at Pensacola State College, you are encouraged to report any behavior that you perceive as concerning, worrisome, or threatening to the Pirates CARE Team who are able to provide resources and support to employees and conduct threat assessments when necessary. To refer an employee of concern, please use the reporting form available here.

Report a Student Conduct Violation

The Pensacola State College Code of Student Conduct outlines specific policies that students are expected to uphold while in attendance. Conduct violations can take place on or off campus. To report an alleged violation of the Pensacola State College Code of Student Conduct, please use the online reporting form available here.

Report an Academic Misconduct Violation

Academic Misconduct violations include cheating, plagiarism, and other forms of academic integrity issues that occur in any Pensacola State College course. General classroom misbehavior is considered a student conduct violation (see above). To report an alleged academic integrity violation, please use the reporting form available here.

The following links provide some good information about preventing suicide, warning signs and how to access help, but no web search can be a substitute for getting help from a caring trained professional. This is true whether you are considering suicide or are concerned about someone else.

If you or someone you know is struggling with stress, depression, suicidal thoughts, PTSD or similar, remember that it IS okay to get help.

For emergencies call PSC Campus Police at (850) 484-2500 and then call 9-1-1.

CDC-INFO (Formerly known as the CDC National STD and AIDS Hotline)
1-800-CDC-INFO (1-800-232-4636)


National Sexual Assault Hotline
1-800-656-HOPE (1-800-656-4673)

24 hour CHAT:http://online.rainn.org


National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

1-800-273-TALK (1-800-273-8255)

CHAT: National Suicide Prevention Lifeline


National Teen Dating Abuse Helpline
1-866-331-9474

24-hour chat online:www.loveisrespect.org

TEXT: LOVEIS to 22522


Treatment Referral Hotline (Substance Abuse)
1-800-662-HELP (1-800-662-4357)

Behavioral Treatment Services Locator:
https://findtreatment.samhsa.gov


The Trevor Lifeline (Suicide Prevention for LGBTQ Youth)
866-4-U-TREVOR (1-866-488-7386)

TEXT: Trevor to 202-304-1200, Fridays from 3 pm – 7 pm

CHAT: http://www.thetrevorproject.org/pages/get-help-now#tc
7 days/week 2 pm – 8 pm


Veterans’ Suicide Prevention Lifeline
1-800-273-TALK (1-800-273-8255), press 1

TEXT: send message to 838255

24 hour CHAT:www.veteranscrisisline.net