Safety

Keep CHSU safe! Submit an anonymous tip to help us identify unusual behavior before something happens. Report any observed threats, behaviors, actions and harassment.

SUBMIT A TIP HERE

Examples of Concerning Behaviors

  • Emotional Distress
  • Bullying
  • Abuse (verbal/physical)
  • Sexual Assault
  • Substance Abuse
  • Weapons
  • Violence

Coronavirus

Clery Report

In compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, the University publishes an Annual Clery Report. This report includes current security policies as well as crime statistics for the previous three calendar years. For each calendar year, the statistics reflect the number of reported incidents of certain crimes, as defined by the Clery Act, which occurred within the University’s Clery Geography. The Clery statistics include crimes reported directly to the University, to local law enforcement agencies, and to “Campus Security Authorities” as defined further in the Clery report.

The body of the report also contains information regarding various campus and community resources related to crime prevention and survivor assistance.

A digital copy of the report can be accessed via the link below, or paper copies are available free of charge at 2500 Alluvial Avenue, Clovis, CA 93611 or by emailing the University’s Vice President of Operations at jdunn@chsu.edu.

2020 Clery Report

2021 Daily Crime Log

Report Concerns and Get Support

In the event of an emergency, call 9-1-1.

Click Here for CHSU’s Emergency Webpage

Clovis Police Department
1233 5th St, Clovis, CA 93612
(559) 324-2800

Clovis Fire Department
1233 5th St, Clovis, CA 93612
(559) 324-2200

Poison Control Center
1-800-222-1222

Clovis Animal Services
(559) 324-2450

Report a Non-Emergency to CHSU
(559) 325-3600

 

Counseling Services

Zoua Xiong, MFT
A licensed psychological counselor is contracted with CHSU to provide psychological counseling services for students suffering from anxiety, depression, alcohol and substance abuse, and for evaluation or accommodation of students suspected of having learning disabilities.

Students can receive up to six sessions paid for by CHSU.

Contact Zoua Xiong at zouaxiongmft@gmail.com or call (559) 527–5883 to schedule an appointment.

WellConnect Student Mental Health Services

  • Personalized consultations with trained Student/Life specialists
  • Referrals to local providers and national services
  • 24/7 support for you and your household members
  • Tip sheets, checklists and other helpful tools

Phone Number: 866-640-4777
Access Code: CHSU-STU
Website: WellConnectForYou.com

Offices of Student Affairs
The COP and COM Office of Student Affairs are also available to assist students with questions or challenges related to student life. If you would like to request a consultation to determine if you are eligible for counseling services, please contact:

  • Macie Luallen, COP Student Affairs Program Manager at mluallen@chsu.edu
  • Susan Ely, COM Assistant Dean, Student Affairs and Enrollment at sely@chsu.edu