Campus Safety​ & Security

Emergency: Dial 911

Campus Safety & Security (24/7) 920.923.8950

Marian University One Stop (24/7) 920.923.8555

Email campsafe2@marianuniversity.edu

Coordinator Matt Rose mdrose86@marianuniversity.edu

Notices & Emergency Communications: 
  
Please take time to review emergency information...
 
It's time to refresh your memory on Tornadoes and severe weather. Locate shelter locations on campus and make wise decisions when severe weather is forecasted for our area. Please review the information under Emergencies on this page.
 
Also, in order to receive text alerts from Marian’s Emergency Alert System, make sure to update your contact information today by clicking here.
 
 

Emergencies​ (Click Here)

Taking the time to review the different topics, will refresh your memory and provide you with details you need to respond to the different types of emergencies.
 
Quick Reference Guide​ - who to call
 
 

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Preparing ahead of time for emergencies can save lives and help to relieve some of the stress that accompanies emergencies, because you know what action steps you need to take to reduce risks and possible hazards. 

Please click here for current
 
To sign up for emergency alert text messages:
 
Please click here to update your emergency contact information. Please fill out the information and select on the small box if you want to be alerted via text messaging during an emergency.
The cooperation, involvement and personal support of all members of the Marian University community are crucial to the success of a campus safety program. Campus safety is the responsibility of everyone on campus.
 

     The campus is well lit at night and is equipped with security poles throughout campus for emergency and alert purposes.
Marian One-Stop is open 24 hours, 7 days a week which has constant radio communications with Campus Safety.

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 If You See Something Say Something

      Report Suspicious Activity to Campus Safety & Security.

      Emergency Phone by Regina Hall - Use the ​Campus Map to find out where all the other emergency phones are located. Locate the circled dot.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Tips for campus safety
  • ​Report anyone who behaves suspiciously to Campus Safety.
  • Never prop open doors.
  • Never leave belongings unattended in a lounge or common area.
  • While in class, the library or lab, keep personal belongings in view.
  • Avoid using stairs in remote sections of buildings.
  • Avoid working or studying alone in a building at night.
  • If you are followed, act suspicious. Keep looking behind you, and you may discourage the follower. You may also try to change directions or vary your pace.
  • Stay in well-lighted areas and away from alleys, entries and bushes.
  • If you must carry a purse or handbag, keep it close to your body.
  • Walk with a buddy whenever possible.
  • Stay near other people. Avoid shortcuts through parks, vacant lots and other deserted places.
  • Be aware of the locations of emergency poles on campus

  Student Travel Policy (Click here for full version) 

 Read the entire Travel Policy and additional considerations for clubs and organizations carefully. If you are in need of clarification, ask the appropriate office.

​​Parking Regulations - Please contact OneStop or the Stayer Center Welcome Center for parking passes for any guest or group that you invite to campus. Call 923.8555 with details.

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Important Reminder... Please lock office doors if unattended.
Please keep valuables out of plain sight.
Please call security if you plan on being on campus
outside normal working hours, and always carry identification.​
Fond du Lac Parking Rules
​Please do not block crosswalks or driveway entrances when parking on city streets. Extra patrols are being conducted by the Fond du Lac Police department on National Avenue and other streets around our campus.