Many support services for the needs of the campus community are also provided by the Office of Safety and Security. There are also certain situations that security will respond to as part of their duties. These situations fall under Non-emergencies and are provided as a service to the campus community. Be aware that these are low priority and may not be responded to immediately if an emergency does arise.
The Office of Safety and Security issues Traffic and Parking Regulations at the beginning of each school year. A hard copy of these regulations is available at the Office of Safety and Security. A copy is also given to each person who purchases a University Parking Permit.
The Office of Safety and Security supplies and processes student ID cards for the entire campus community. IDs are issued to freshmen on check-in day during the first week of school. Students are required to carry their student IDs with them at all times. If a student does not have their ID, they may be denied access to campus facilities and events. Students should report lost or stolen IDs to the Office of Safety and Security. There is a $10.00 replacement fee. Residents of Hale, Morton, Brentano, Moore and Jones Hall (North Hall) have a $25 replacement fee. Students may get a replacement ID Monday - Friday between the hours of 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. at the Office of Safety and Security.
Lost and Found
If you have lost an item call Safety and Security to inquire if it has been turned in. Call 2051 24 hours a day. If the item has not been turned in, a record is made of the inquiry in case it is turned in at a later time. Be sure to check back in a couple of days. You may also contact the Office of Instructional Technology to inquire about items left in one of the public computer labs.
Found items are logged in our Lost and Found book, tagged then placed in a secure lockup. Items are kept up to one year.
Physical Plant maintains hours from Monday - Friday 7:00 a.m. - 11:00 p.m. and Saturdays and Sundays from 7:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
If a maintenance problem is encountered, students living on campus or in the villages should contact their Residence Assistant who can contact maintenance.
If a maintenance problem occurs when maintenance is not on duty, students should contact the Resident Assistant on duty to evaluate the situation and contact the Office of Safety and Security to evaluate situation to determine if maintenance should be called in.
Maintenance is called automatically for Gas Leaks, CO Monitor Alarms, and in event of a working fire. They are also called if damage or serious injury or loss of property will result if the maintenance problem is not corrected.