Safety Information for Students & Staff
In the event of an emergency, including campus closures, we make every effort to post an announcement as soon as possible.
Primary Notification Method
- FRC has partnered with Regroup for emergency notification. Messages can be sent via text, phone call and email.
- Enrolled students & staff are automatically added to Regroup for notifications.
- Go to the Emergency Notification page for more information, including how to download the App and how to join as a "Friend of FRC".
Secondary Notification Methods
- Alert on the FRC home page and FRC Social Media pages (Facebook, Instagram and Twitter).
- Push notifications (instant message) through the FRC app -- download the app free on the App Store or Google Play.
PCSO Code Red
This is our local emergency alert system managed through the Plumas County Sheriff's Office. More information about Code Red can be found on the Plumas County website.
Public Safety Power Shutoff
PG&E provides electricity to Feather River College and student housing facilities. If fire danger conditions threaten our community, PG&E may have a public safety power shutoff, which may last for hours or days. Visit the PG&E webpage for more information including how to prepare for outages, create an emergency kit, and receive their notifications.
Feather River College makes every effort to provide a safe and secure environment for all members of the college community. All safety concerns, odd or unusual behavior, and/or criminal activities should be directed to the following:
If there is an Emergency or Immediate Threat: Call 911
Click Here for Crisis Intervention and Referral Services
|Important Campus Safety Contacts|
|Safety Officer||530-283-0202, ext. 259/307 or 530-394-7540|
|Campus Switchboard||530-283-0202, ext. 200|
|Library Assistant||530-283-0202, ext. 236|
|Mental Health and Wellness Center||530-238-0202, ext. 234 or 205|
|LGBTQ+ Resource Contact||Heather Caiazzo, 530-283-0202, ext 234, or LGBTQIA@frc.edu|
|Title IX*||Carlie McCarthy, 530-238-0202, ext. 273|
*Contact Mental Health & Wellness Center for confidential counseling
This form is for reporting any crime that occurs on campus which may violate the Standards of Student Conduct or other College Policy. This is for internal use. All crime should also be reported to Plumas County Sheriff's Offie.
Student Academic Intervention Referral
This form is for faculty to report a student who is having difficulty in class, poor attendance, etc.
Student Incident Report
This form is for reporting a student's disruptive behavior to the Vice President of Student Services.
Title IX Report
This form is for reporting an incident of sexual or gender-based harassment, including sexual misconduct, stalking, and/or intimate partner violence. Read more about Title IX.
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