- Personal Safety Tips
Learn tips for being safe on campus, including officer escorts, blue lights and personal and vehicle safety.
- Faculty & Staff Resources
Identify disruptive behavior in the classroom and learn how to respond to violent acts or threats. Also, see tips for dealing with students in distress or crisis.
- Student Resources
Find out about Residence Life policies and download the Celts Helping Celts Suicide Prevention Guide - What every UST Celt should know about depression and suicidal thinking.
- Run, Hide or Fight?
If you suspect an intruder in your building, do you run, hide or fight?
- Download the Pocket Guide
Print your own pocket guide for fast tips on how to respond to emergencies, and get a deal from UST Dining Services: Students get 15% off beverage or food purchase, and faculty get a free small coffee. Download the Pocket Guide en Español
|Safety News |
|Emergency Preparedness Events Promote Safety|
In honor of National Preparedness Month and to make sure the campus community is prepared for emergency situations, the University of St. Thomas will host a series of events on Sept. 22-24, organized by the Office of Student Affairs. Students, faculty and staff can learn more about staying safe during a natural disaster, man-made incident or other potentially hazardous situations.
|UST Squad Car Makes First Appearance|
Students returning to campus this fall will be greeted with the first hints of the forthcoming University of St. Thomas Police Department; a police-packaged Dodge Charger.