A branch of Webber International University
- Blair Garnett, Class of \'10, from NC
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- Jess Cutler, Class of \'10, from FL
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- Anthony Fernandez, Class of \'10
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Campus Safety

 

The Office of Campus Safety, located in Burris Hall, provides leadership for developing and implementing safety and security measures for the entire campus community.  Activities include, but are not limited to, vehicle registration, guest registration, traffic regulations enforcement, patrol of property and facilities, first-line response for situations involving students, staff, and faculty safety, fire safety, hazardous weather alerts and implementation of emergency text messaging and voice mail communications, crisis intervention, and prevention programs. 

The office also maintains close communication with Laurinburg and Scotland County law enforcement.  Working within a framework of federal, state, and local laws, Campus Safety and Security also maintains compliance with our institutional policies and educational philosophy. 

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Vehicle Registration

Detailed information about Campus Safety and Security regulations is available in The Saltire Student Handbook. The on-call duty officer can be reached anytime at (910) 280-2895.

Contact Campus Safety

Send an email to Campus Safety and Security
Emergency On-Campus Number (910) 280-2895

RA's receive fire training from Campus Safety.

Emergency Off-Campus Number (910) 280-2895
Non-Emergency Office Number (910) 277-5112
General Emergencies 911
Fax number (910) 277-5581

Mission of Campus Safety

Our mission is to provide our community with a safe and secure learning environment.  Our department also supports and ensures compliance with the institutional policies and philosophy within the framework of federal, state, and local laws.  Securing the campus community involves a great amount of responsibility and authority.  We involve all members of our campus community in this responsibility, thus improving college safety and our quality of life.

Our role in the campus community includes crime detection and crime prevention through community services, security activities and programs.   Effective security is the foundation for community wellness.  As individuals, we remain proud of our workforce.  We believe in the dignity and value of all people.  This respect allows us to grow as individuals and interact in a healthy environment.  The primary function of Campus Safety and Security is to ensure that our college community experiences the educational process free from unwarranted concerns for safety and security.  Please feel free to call upon us if you have any questions or concerns.

Campus Safety encourages students to take a look at  Crime Statistics

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St. Andrews University
A branch of Webber International University
1700 Dogwood Mile
Laurinburg, NC 28352
(910) 277-5555 • (800) 763-0198 • (fax) 910-277-5020
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