New Mexico State University (NMSU) population 18,552 (main campus) is located inLas Cruces, New Mexico population 95,000. Within the past year four students ended their life by suicide making the rate 33 per 100,000. New Mexico ranks third in the nation with a suicide rate of 20.4 per 100,000. Currently the NMSU Counseling and Student Development Center provides a two pronged approach to suicide prevention: individual and group therapy which includes a crisis walk in service and the Crisis Assistance Listening Line (CALL) which is a warm line. The Counseling and Student Development Center is proposing a more systemic comprehensive approach to include a campus wide Gatekeeper training that is culturally sensitive using the Living works model of ASIST and safeTalk in which the trainer matches the trainee in terms of certain demographic characteristics such as ethnicity, sexual orientation and military status. The NMSU Counseling and Student Development Center proposes to train 30 key staff, faculty and students from various departments such as Ethnic Programs, the Sexual and Gender Diversity Resource Center and the Student Veterans Office in the LivingWorks model of ASIST and safeTALK. These trained individuals will further train 1,000 students using the 2 hour safeTALK model. In addition the NMSU Counseling and Student Development Center is proposing that the Crisis Assistance Listening Line is sustained and improved through SAMSHA funding including obtaining accreditation from the American Association of Suicidology thus enabling the CALL to become a part of the larger the network National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-TALK. Outcomes pertaining to the CALL such as number CALL Responders (those answering the warm line) trained, number of calls received, caller issues, etc., will be tract using iCarol a web based program that is specific to call lines.