MISHAWAKA—As the semester comes to a close, the well-being of the students is the most important goal for Campus Safety. In an interview with Head of Campus Safety Paul Neel, he gave a couple of reminders to keep in mind for the last few weeks of the school year and as you start to think about heading home.
- Keep your vehicle locked and any valuables stored out of sight.
- As you move around campus, do not let your electronics distract you from your surroundings. Being aware of who and what is around you is the best way to avoid danger.
- Utilize the safe ride and safe walk service from Campus Safety, especially when you are alone late at night.
- Do not leave doors and windows propped open unattended. This happens often as the weather warms and can create security threat for people and property.
- Before you make the trip home for the summer, make sure your vehicle is in good working order and is serviced, so you can complete your trip safely.
- If you see anyone or anything that looks suspicious or out of place, contact Campus Safety immediately.
To contact campus safety, you can call (574) 292-8100 to speak with an on-duty officer, or if you are off-campus you can call (574) 807-7500. You can also visit the Campus Safety office on campus. It is located just south of the Middleton Science Building.