CSU is a great place to meet new people, make new friends, and for first-time college students, find their place in the community. College is also a place to stay vigilent and responsible. Crimes are most likely to occur when students let their guard down and are among strangers. If you witness a crime, you can alert our police anonymously from online.
While attending our campus we also ask that our students, faculty and staff follow all emergency instructions and exercise good judgement.
Fire Prevention | Back to the Top
from the National Association of State Fire Marshals
(NASFM) | Visit Website
Fires that take place in residences are the deadliest fires that occur, according to the Fourteenth Edition of " Fire in the United States,"a report by the Federal Emergency Management Agency, the United States Fire Administration, and the National Fire Data Center.
NASFM's mission is to protect lives, property and the environment from fire, and our primary focus is on preventing fires from occurring in the first place. To do this, we encourage manufacturers to make consumer products as fire-safe as they can be, and work to educate individuals to be careful with ignition sources. Click on the links below to learn more about NASFM's efforts to prevent various types of fires that occur in the home.
Theft Prevention | Back to the Top
Protect your valuables with ultraviolet invisible marking as part of Student Affairs Risk Assessment project to reduce theft. Its FREE. Materials for marking are available at Off Campus Student Services, Community Crime Patrol, University Police, UNITS, and University Security Services and Fire Prevention as well as your residence hall RA. Marking your property will help to establish ownership as well as promote recovery if the item is lost or stolen.
How to prevent crime:
How we are enhancing and promoting your safety:
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From the National Oceanic and Atmospheric
Administration(NOAA) | Visit Website
Spring and early summer are tornado season. A tornado warning is the sounding of an emergency siren for three minutes followed by seven minutes of silence take cover.
At first notice of a tornado warning, you should: