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Campus Safety

Welcome to the Office of Campus Safety. We are located on the second (2nd) floor of the Kennedy Center. Our primary focus and goal is to provide a safe and secure environment in a professional and courteous way to all students, faculty, staff, and guests on the Hiram College campus.

Daytime services are available from 8am until 5pm on standard business days and include, but are not limited to:

  • issuing Identification Cards (by appointment only)
  • temporary ID cards
  • parking permits
  • parking citations/appeals
  • participating in the Safe Space program
  • coordinating the Student Property ID Program
  • responding to crisis/emergency situations

Night-time services are available from 5pm until 3am 365 days a year and include, but are not limited to:

  • patrolling the campus
  • responding to crisis/emergency situations
  • securing campus facilities
  • interacting with students

If you have any questions or become aware of any safety concerns, please feel free to contact Campus Safety via e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or via one of the following phone options: x0, option 1 from any campus phone OR (330) 569-3211, option 1 OR (330) 469-4119.

 

If you require police, fire, or EMS assistance please call 9-1-1.

Revised: 01/2013

Personal Safety Week

The Center for Engaged Ethics hosts an annual Campus Day, where students get a day off from classes to perform community service.
In March 2012, the Center for Integrated Entrepreneurship hosted the Entrepreneurship Education Consortium's idealabs 2012 competition. Several area colleges attended.
The Center for Literature and Medicine began a Disease by Performance course for the 2011-2012 academic year, where students wrote a play about autism, and performed it across the state to raise awareness.
The Center for Scientific Engagement regularly conducts research and programming at the James H. Barrow Field Station.
The Garfield Institute for Public Leadership launched a study to gauge the mood of young voters leading up to the 2012 presidential election. Scholar-in-residence Jason Johnson has provided commentary on the study on national media.
The Lindsay-Crane Center for Writing and Literature hosts a Visiting Authors Series each year. In 2012, Thrity Umrigar, author of "The Space Between Us" gave a convocation and book signing on campus.
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