Safety and Security
We are committed to providing a safe and secure environment in which academic endeavors thrive.
All services are available to both full-time and part-time students.
Campus Emergency Notifications
Campus Safety Week
The 2017 Campus Safety Week was from March 3-10. Learn more about a week full of programs and activities.
Annual Security and Fire Safety ReportMaintaining a safe campus is a responsibility the entire campus community takes very seriously.
UIS has made a copy of the Annual Security and Fire Safety Report (PDF) available in compliance with federal regulations and the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Crime Statistics Act.
The report includes crime statistics and residence hall fire statistics for the past three years. This report also includes institutional policies concerning campus security and other crime prevention information.
The report is intended to promote your own awareness of safety, to learn about campus resources regarding prevention of and responses to certain incidents and crimes, and to make our safe campus an even safer place.
Past Security and Fire Safety Reports
Campus Police Department
UIS employs a full-time, full service police force to protect and provide assistance to students, faculty, staff, and visitors. Officers routinely patrol the campus on bicycles and in cars.
- Eighteen “Code Blue” emergency telephones are located strategically throughout campus and connect the caller immediately to the police department.
- Residence Hall Security: Residence halls have top quality security systems, electronic building access, video monitoring of entrances and exits, and full time residence hall directors.
Campus Health Services
Professional health care is provided to all students whether or not they have student health insurance.
Trained professionals provide confidential services to individuals, couples, families, and groups.
Child Care Center
One of the best child care facilities in the community, the campus Child Care Center serves children aged 15 months to 12 years.
Living in the campus community can be one of the most rewarding experiences of your college life.
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