Emergency Information

To Report Any Police, Fire, or Medical Emergency

  • Dial 911 from any campus, off campus, or cell phone

Callers Should:

  • Stay on the line with the dispatcher.
  • Provide the address of the building involved and your exact location. This is especially critical if you are calling from a cell phone.
  • Provide a thorough description of the incident to ensure that proper resources are dispatched.
  • Do not hang up until the dispatcher tells you to do so.

Emergency Response Guide

View the Emergency Response Guide (pdf) for students, faculty and staff from the Office of Campus Emergency Planning.

Emergency response information is provided for flooding, civil disturbances, gas leaks, fumes, and vapors, an active shooter threat, suspicious packages or devices, large-scale power outages, people trapped in an elevator, tornado warnings and weather emergencies, suicidal threat or other psychological emergencies, hazardous material spills, medical emergencies, bomb threats, earthquakes, and fires.

More Emergency Phone Numbers

Map of Emergency Phone Locations on Campus

Download the campus emergency phone map (PDF).