Emergency Phones/Call Boxes

Each of our campuses has a number of emergency telephones strategically placed on campus to provide emergency access to Public Safety and Service. Each emergency phone is a metal box with a luminescent blue light on top and is clearly visible day and night. It is important to note that these phones ensure an immediate response in the event of a dangerous situation but are NOT to be used in non-emergency situations. You may also use them to report incidents or suspicious people, or to ask for an escort. Simply push the red button on any blue light phone. The phone will signal Public Safety and Service automatically and direct someone to you.

Emergency Phone Locations

Campus Map

  • Art Building, south
  • Betty Shabazz Cultural Center, south
  • Canoe house, south
  • Ciruti, south
  • Ciruti, west
  • Clapp, west
  • Dickinson, north
  • 1837/Mandelles parking lot
  • 1837 Hall, west
  • Equestrian Center, inside north
  • Equestrian Center, inside south
  • Equestrian Center, outside west
  • Gorse Parking Lot, north
  • Gorse Parking Lot, south
  • Gorse Parking Lot, southeast
  • Gorse Parking Lot, southwest
  • Greenhouse, north
  • 79-83 College Street, west
  • Ham/MacGregor Parking Lot, north
  • Ham/MacGregor Parking lot, south
  • Kendall Parking Lot, South
  • Kendall Parking Lot, North
  • Mandelles foot bridge, west
  • Mandelles foot bridge, east
  • Mary Lyon Gate, east
  • Mary Woolley, west
  • Mary Lyon Parking lot, north
  • Newhall Parking Lot, west
  • Creighton Hall, northwest
  • Creighton Hall, southwest
  • Creighton Hall, northeast
  • Creighton Hall, southeast
  • Observatory, east
  • Otto C. Kohler Building (Facilities Management), west
  • Pratt, northeast
  • Prospect, path between Prospect and 1837 Halls
  • Skinner Green, northwest
  • Wilder, east