October is both Safe U Month and Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Students, faculty and staff will have dozens of opportunities during the month to engage in safety awareness, education and training—from a student listening session on safety to workshops on diversity, bystander intervention and healthy relationships.
Things you can do to minimize the spread of influenza at the university.
In the event that a chemical spill takes place while working, follow these steps outlined by EHS.
Students with “U” parking permits may park in designated “A” lots after 3 p.m. This option enhances safety by allowing students to park in lots closer to main campus buildings during the evening.
President Watkins has designated October as SafeU Month, an opportunity for the entire campus to engage in safety awareness, education and training.
We want to empower the leadership of Recognized Student Organizations (RSOs) to have information about safety and well-being, including where to report concerns and what resources are available to students for a variety of issues.
Long pants, complete foot covering shoes, safety glasses, lab coats and gloves are the minimum personal protective gear that must be worn.
Social Work Professor Phillip Osteen offers insights on suicide prevention research and tips for getting help for someone who is at risk.
The One Love Foundation visited campus to raise awareness among students about how to identify healthy and unhealthy relationships.
A new campus transportation service provides a safe and reliable ride on campus during night hours.