The Campus Security teams strive to ensure a safe and welcoming environment for all students, faculty, staff, and visitors.
We accomplish this through the visibility of security personnel, preventive patrols, 24-hour accessibility, conflict resolution, and crime prevention and awareness programs.
Select a location below to view contact information and services available at each site.
311 - Emergencies (Dial from any on-campus phone)
630-927-9957 - Non-Emergencies
24-Hour Key Request
Campus Security can assist you in gaining entry to a locked room or building. Please note that entry is only granted after proper identification and verification for access has been determined.
Campus Security will provide jumper cables in an attempt to help get your car started due to a dead battery. We cannot provide any other mechanical assistance. The service station located on the corner of Roosevelt Rd. and National Way Dr. does provide a discount to students and staff of the University if you elect to utilize that facility. This is not an endorsement.
If you would like an escort to or from your vehicle for any reason at any time of the day or night, just call Campus Security and we will be more than happy to provide this for you.
All faculty, staff, and students who operate and/or park a vehicle on campus must register the vehicle(s) with the Parking Coordinator. All tags and permits must be current and properly displayed. All student vehicles should be registered within the first 5 days of regular class. Faculty and staff members must register upon employment. Student assistants and those in work-study programs are not permitted to register their vehicles as employees of the University.
To register your vehicle or for more information, contact Parking Coordinator JoAnn Raggs at 630-889-6563.
In an emergency, call 9-1-1, then notify campus security.
Campus security is happy to provide an escort to your car for your safety. Please call 727-791-2560 to arrange for a security officer to meet you and accompany you to your car.
Please contact the Security office for assistance in locating lost and found items.
St. Petersburg College's Security Department is dedicated to ensuring the safety and security of students, staff and visitors by providing quality services and information to help make the time that you spend at SPC safe and enjoyable. For more information about St. Petersburg College Campus Security, visit the SPC website.
Combined Report: Annual Campus Security and Fire Safety
The Combined Report: Annual Campus Safety and Fire Safety Reports discloses campus crime and fire safety statistics as required by law. The report also provides an overview of campus security, support services, policies, and emergency response and evacuation procedures. The Fire Safety Report details fire safety compliance required by the Higher Education Opportunity Act (HEOA). This disclosure is intended to inform students and employees of the fire safety programs and policies in place at NUHS and the institution's state of readiness to detect and respond to fire-related emergencies.
The Campus Security Act (also known as the Clery Act) requires annual disclosure of policy information and crime statistics. Statistics for National University are available online at the U.S. Dept. of Education.
Registered Sex Offenders
The Campus Sex Crimes Prevention Act requires notice as to where lists of registered sex offenders may be accessed. The Illinois Sex Offender Registry is updated daily by the Illinois state police and is searchable by city, county, and zip code. The Florida Sexual Offenders and Predators Registry is updated daily by Florida state police and is searchable by a variety information.
County Sheriff's Offices
The DuPage County Sheriff's Office provides many additional statistics for our Lombard community. The Pinnellas County Sheriff's Office offers data for our St. Petersburg community.