Student Emergency Services
Large Event Emergencies
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As a component of the Dean of Students Office, Student Emergency Services collaborates with individuals and offices within the university and the San Marcos community to assist a student who is experiencing the consequences of an emergency.
What is an emergency?
An emergency is an unexpected event or circumstance that could lead to decreased student performance, cause a loss of momentum toward academic success, affect a student's ability to complete their education, and/or cause an unforeseen expense.
How it Works
When a student experiences a documented medical emergency or the death of a loved one, a Student Emergency Services staff member can send an absence notification to instructors.
When an emergency has caused a student to miss classes for an extended period, a staff member can provide information and referrals to resources and services both on- and off-campus.
When an emergency results in a financial hardship, a Student Emergency Services staff member can give information about limited emergency funds available and information about resources to help the student make an informed decision.
If you or someone you know is in need of information, come by the Student Emergency Services area in the Dean of Students Office, located in the LBJ Student Center, Suite 5-9.1, call 512.245.2124, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.