Q: Can a name be left at the gate with an agreement to take responsibility for guests arriving for open invitation events on campus?
No, all guests must be accounted for and sponsored individually on campus by a student or campus employee.
Q: Are students allowed to use the service gate entrance on 32nd Avenue to access campus?
A: No, the 32nd Avenue gate is reserved strictly for service and emergency vehicles.
Q: Is there a curfew on campus?
A: Yes, Sunday - Wednesday 1:30 am - 9:00 am; Thursday - Saturday 2:30 am - 9:00 am Curfew does apply to law school residences in the University Inn. Please contact the Office of Campus Life for further details at 305.628.6768.
Q: Where is the office of Public Safety?
A: The Office of Public Safety is located on the Southwest end of campus in Lewis Hall.
Q: Can a Public Safety vehicle be used to jump-start a student’s vehicle?
A: No, University policy and procedures prohibit maintenance and public safety personnel from performing any automobile repairs.
Q: Can Security use a "Slim Jim" to assist students/employees who have locked their keys in their car?
A: No, University policy and procedures prohibit maintenance and public safety personnel from using such a devise.
Q: Is it safe to walk around campus at night?
A: Yes, however, you should always walk with a group of friends and stay away from heavy foliage areas and dark areas.
Q: Where do I get a parking decal for my car?
A: You can obtain a parking detail at anytime at the security gate at the front entrance.
Q: What information is needed to obtain a parking decal?
A: You’ll need your student/employee ID card, state vehicle registration, driver’s license, and proof of vehicle insurance.
Q: Why must I carry and show my STU ID card?
A: Identification cards (ID) assist Public Safety officers to quickly identify authorized personnel, which ensure your safety and security on campus.
Q: Are security escorts available?
A: Yes, security escorts are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Please contact the Office of Public Safety at ext. 6500