CAMPUS SAFETY

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Campus Safety and Security 

In an emergency, dial 911 first, then call Campus Security.

Contact Campus Security by calling x5911 from campus phones or (406) 791-5911.

Your safety is among our first priorities at the University of Providence. We have trained, professional security officers on duty 24/7, 365 days a year. Live-in Residence Directors and student Resident Assistants to provide you a safe place in which to live and learn. It is the mission of the University of Providence Campus Security Office to provide a safe environment for members of the campus community 24/7, 365 days a year.

If you reside in our residence halls, you will find that our Residential Life Staff is on duty to assist and serve you 24 hours per day, seven days a week. Residence Directors keep regular office hours during the day and are available via a cellular phone call at night. Resident Assistants do evening rounds to assure that the halls are quiet, comfortable and safe. The campus Security Officer on duty can be reached via cellular phone in the event of an emergency. You will find that our campus is a safe and friendly place.

Campus Security offers a variety of services to community members and guests.  Our Campus Security dispatch is available 24/7 to receive reports of suspicious activities and to take requests for services such as safety escorts and room lock-out assistance.  Campus Security is also responsible for the initial investigation and documentation of campus incidents in addition to the traffic management and parking enforcement on campus.

We encourage your comments and concerns and look forward to helping make your experience at University of Providence an enjoyable one.

Annual Security and Fire Safety Report 2016

Annual Security and Fire Safety Report 2017

Campus Emergency Guide

Jake Clark
Dean of Students
Email: jake.clark@uprovidence.edu

Location
Campus Security is located in the Student Center on the main floor.

Contact
Campus Security can be reached at 406.791.5911 or 5911 if dialing from a campus phone.

Emergency
Dial 911 first, then call Campus Security.