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Campus Security and Crime Awareness

The College complies with the Campus Security Awareness Act of 1990. The College’s online statistics concerning crime over a three-year period are accessible by viewing the Clery Act. The College employs campus police and encourages the reporting of any criminal actions and other emergencies to Campus Police or to the Title IX Coordinator for sexual based offenses. Access to campus facilities for students is during normal business or classroom hours. Access is restricted at other times in accordance with the College’s access and security policy.

While on campus, students and visitors are cautioned as follows:

  1. Doors to the outside should not be propped open.
  2. Rooms that are unavailable on weekends should be locked.
  3. Persons traveling from campus buildings to parking lots after dark are encouraged to travel in pairs, groups, or request a security escort by calling 832-7700.
  4. Stay within the lighted walkway areas at night.
  5. Avoid working or studying alone on campus at night or on weekends.
  6. Keep car doors and windows locked.
  7. Do not leave purses, book bags, or other valuables open or unattended.
  8. Call Campus Police to report any suspicious activity. In compliance with the Clery Act, our safety policies and the latest crime statistics are on-line in PDF form.