CMC Cares – Incident, Safety, Concern and General Reporting
Submit a confidential report to provide assistance, report a concern, or protect public safety at Colorado Mountain College
Colorado Mountain College uses an online reporting system known as CMC Cares. This system allows students, parents, faculty, staff and the general public to report issues of concern. These issues can range from homesickness to academic issues, campus policy violations, or safety concerns.
We invite you to work with CMC to support our students’ and campus communities’ success. All reports remain confidential and are automatically routed to the appropriate staff for handling.
Create a CMC Care Report, if you feel staff should be aware of student behavioral issues.
Common reports include:
- Academic alerts
- Family/friend death
- Increased risky behavior
- Peer/romantic relationship issues
- Roommate/housing issues
- Medical issues
If your are experiencing an EMERGENCY, dial 911.
Academic Integrity Violation
Includes instances of cheating or plagiarism.
Campus Security Report
For reporting issues of criminal activity or suspicious activity, including theft or trespassing. Also for issues of computer hacking or spam.
Conduct Code Violation
Create an Incident Report when you believe a campus or residence hall policy violation has occurred, criminal or suspicious activity, or an injury to a student or member of the general public.
For reference, please see the Student Handbook.
For reporting injuries to a student or member of the general public occurring on campus or related to a CMC event or activity. Faculty/staff injuries are not reported in CMC Cares. Employee injuries are reported directly to Risk Management in accordance with Workers Compensation procedures.
Residence Life Policy Violation
For residence hall policy violations has occurred, criminal or suspicious activity, or an injury to a student or member of the general public.
For reference, please see the Residence Hall Handbook.
Report fraud, waste, or abuse concerning CMC programs and operations. Reports may be made anonymously and are routed directly to CMC’s General Counsel.
For miscellaneous reports not included elsewhere.