There is a variety of resources on-campus and in the community that can help you be an effective gatekeeper. Remember, you are not alone when it comes to helping a classmate or a student in distress. Use your resources.
For faculty, the first person you should contact is your Department Chair.
Phone: (760) 891-7531
Students with behavioral concerns can call Behavioral Health Counseling Services to schedule a counseling appointment to discuss personal issues and/or obtain behavioral health resources and referrals.
Phone: (760) 891-7511
The Counseling Department provides a variety of services that meet the needs of students including: education planning, transfer counseling, career counseling, personal counseling as well as additional resources such as tutoring, first-year experience programs, or financial aid.
Phone: (760) 744-1150, extension 2375
Students with a verifiable disability can call the Disability Resource Center to meet with a counselor and seek community behavioral resources.
Phone: (760) 744-1150 extension 2449
Extended Opportunities Programs and Services (EOPS) is a state-funded program designed for the orientation, recruitment and retention of California residents who are economically, socially, and educationally disadvantaged. EOPS assists students in reaching their educational goals through academic support and financial assistance.
Phone: (760) 744-1150, extension 2595
Faculty or staff members who have concerns about student Code of Conduct violation may call the Director of Student Affairs at (760) 744-1150, extension 2594.
Phone: (760) 891-7273
For 24 hours a-day crisis response call (760) 891-7273 or (760) 744-1150, extension 2289 from any campus phone. A dispatcher can contact appropriate campus department(s) or 911 if necessary.
Phone: (760) 744-1150 extension 2396
The Pride Center offers LGBTQ students and staff a secure place to study, converse, explore, and join in a common celebration of their experience. It also promotes student leadership, professional and academic equity, and visibility of gender and sexual minorities in addition to providing educational resources and programs for the LGBTQ and Allies community.
Phone: (760) 891-7530
For health related issues, education and resources, students can contact the Student Health Centers to schedule an appointment. For additional information on behavioral health resources please check our website.
Phone: 760-744-1150 extension 2761
The TRIO Student Support Services Program is designed to provide educational support and services to assist students of first generation, low-income and disabled backgrounds to enter and complete post-secondary education.
Phone: (760) 744-1150 extension 2173
The Veterans Resource Center supports all Veterans, Active Duty, and Dependents currently enrolled at Palomar College. We strive to provide the most up-to-date information pertaining to Veteran Affairs Educational benefits and policies to our students.