Do not hesitate to call the campus Campus Police Department for assistance at any time of the day or night. If you are on campus at night, it is a good idea to travel in two’s or three’s.
There are special emergency telephones (marked by BLUE lights) located at various places on campus which will automatically connect you with Campus Police upon lifting the receiver. They are at:
|Art Building, south||79-83 College Street, west|
|Canoe House, south||Betty Shabazz Cultural Center, south|
|Ciruti, west||Ciruti, south|
|Dickinson, north||Clapp, west|
|Equestrian Center/ inside north, inside south, outside west||1837, west|
|Gorse parking lots, north and south||Gorse garage, south|
|Greenhouse, north||Ham/MacGregor parking lots, north and south|
|Kendall parking lot, north and south||Mandelle footbridge, east|
|Mary Lyon Gate, east||Mary Lyon parking lot, north|
|Newhall parking lot, west||Observatory, east|
|Otto C. Kohler Building (Facilities Mgmt.), west||Prospect, south|
|Pratt, northwest||Pratt parking lot, north|
|Reese, north||Skinner Green, northwest|
|Wilder, east||Mary Woolley, east|
Become familiar with the exact locations of these telephones so that they can be an effective aid to you in an emergency.
Remember that security on campus is a community effort. Problems can be prevented if you take the responsibility for calling Campus Police.