Campus Safety and Security

Campus Safety and Security

The Student's Responsibility

Students must assume responsibility for their own personal safety and the security of their personal belongings by taking simple, common sense precautions. For example, although the campus is well-lighted, any student, male or female, may feel more comfortable by requesting escort service when returning to the residence halls late at night. Dorm room doors and windows should be locked at all times, but especially at night and when the room is unoccupied. Valuable items, such as stereos, cameras, and televisions, should be conspicuously marked. An engraving service is offered by the Office of Campus Safety and Security at no charge. Bicycles must be registered with the Campus Safety office and should be secured with a sturdy "U" lock. Students with cars must park them in their assigned area and keep their vehicles locked at all times. Valuables should be locked in the trunk.

Students should report any suspicious-looking individuals whom they feel do not belong in their residence halls or any unusual incidents in and around the residence halls to the Campus Safety office at extension 8260; off-campus dial direct 864-8260.

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