Emergencies at Lower Columbia College
Emergencies or disasters can happen at any time and usually occur with little or no warning. When an emergency occurs at Lower Columbia College, our safety and speedy recovery depend on existing levels of preparedness and coordinated response from students, employees and visitors.
LCC has designated the first week of October as Campus Safety Week. Please join us for the following events. All will be held in the Student Center conference rooms (STC 120).
Would you know what safe actions to take if an active threat were on campus? Learn what protocols LCC has is place to protect you. Join LCC's Director of Environmental Health and Safety and the Safety and Student Conduct Officer to learn more!
Four sessions available starting at 10 am, 11 am, 1 pm, and 2 pm.
Come join the conversation! Longview Police Department will have an officer available to answer any questions you have regarding law enforcement and community safety. Coffee and cookies provided.
Begins at 10 am.
Did you know that sexual assault and domestic/dating violence affects approximately 25% of college students? The impacts of this are far reaching. Join us to learn more about how to identify and prevent these instances.
Two, two-hour sessions available starting at 10 am and 1 pm.
We live in a region that has a history of floods, fires and earthquakes. Are you prepared? Do you know what you should do to keep your family together and safe during and after a natural disaster? Come listen to Geologist, Morgan Salisbury, and Emergency Coordinator, Lorraine Churchill, as they share advice and strategies.
Starts at 10 am.
Instructions on how to deal with specific emergencies.
From a college phone: 911
From any other phone: 911
From a college phone: 2911
From any other phone: (360) 442-2911
Please Make a Report if you observe or experience harassment, discrimination, bias, misconduct or threatening behavior.