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CAMPUS SAFETY Saint Gertrude Hall 21 24 Hour Security Officer on Duty 814-886-6327 The primary responsibility of the Campus Safety Department is to provide protection for College persons and property associated with the College. Safety officers are on-duty 24 hours a day. If an officer is not in the office, he/she can be reached at 814-886-6327, or by contacting the Switchboard Operator at 814-8864131. You may also use the blue-lighted phones in some of the parking lots or a courtesy phone inside the buildings. The Campus Safety Department is a non-sworn agency without arrest power. The department cooperates with Federal, State and Local Law Enforcement Agencies maintaining a good working relationship, especially with the Cresson Township Police. Campus Safety maintains a Memorandum of Understanding with local police regarding the investigation of criminal incidents. Local police share with Campus Safety, information regarding any criminal activity engaged in by students at off campus locations including off campus housing. Mount Aloysius College makes every reasonable effort to provide a safe environment for students, employees and visitors. Each person utilizing facilities and equipment is expected to exercise proper safety procedures and report accidents, equipment failures, equipment destruction and facility problems to the Campus Safety Department. The Campus Safety Department maintains two bulletin boards, one in St. Gertrude Hall and one in the Administration Building, with current information of crime statistics and programs offered.

Resources and Services VEHICLE ASSISTANCE: The Campus Safety Department has tools to open locked cars, jumper packs for dead batteries and an air tank for flat tires. LOST and FOUND: The Lost and Found Department is located in the Campus Safety Office. Items will be disposed of after being unclaimed for 30 days. ESCORTS: A Campus Escort Service is available to any visitor, student or employee. Officers will gladly provide an escort, when available, at anytime. In order to request this service, please call 814-886-6327. Escorts are offered for someone arriving or departing campus when it is dark out or during inclement weather or for anyone with a temporary or permanent disability.


2013 Student Handbook  
2013 Student Handbook  

Information available in the student handbook.