What Should You Do In An Emergency?

  • Be aware of your surroundings. Being aware of where you are and what is happening around you can help you to understand how information, events, and your own actions will impact your safety and your ability to protect yourself, both now and in the near future.

  • Protect Yourself. Based upon your assessment of the situation, use your best judgment to protect yourself and, if possible, others.

  • Call for help. Any emergency service can be summoned by calling 911 or 9-911 if using a campus phone.

  • Help Others. Once you are safely away from the danger, warn others of the hazard and help if you can without putting yourself in danger.

Remember: Aggies help others, especially other Aggies.

Emergency Procedures



2014 Campus Safety Awareness Week (CSAW) will be held September 15th through September 18th. This annual event promotes safety and provides emergency preparedness information to the campus community. For more detailed information, see the flyers below.


CSAW Informational Flyer

6th Annual Dorm Room Burn

12th Man. Standing. Ready. Prepared. Are You?

Alive at 25!

Distracted Driving

Fire Safety - Don't Keep it on  the Back Burner

Get Out, Hide Out, or Take Out: What to do in an Active Shooter Situation

Green Dot

Heartsaver CPR & AED Certification Class

Let's Go Shopping: A Virtual Grocery Store Tour

Sexual Assault Awareness

SKYWARN: Storm Spotter

Smart Cycling Quick Guide

Smashed & Trashed: Alcohol & College Life

Tailgating Safety


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