Campus Safety & Security

Safety & Security

Ensuring the safety of our students, faculty, staff and visitors is our primary mission. To that end, please take a moment and review the information contained below. If we may be of assistance to you in any way, please do not hesitate to contact us.


If You See Something, Say Something

We ask for your help in keeping our students and our campus safe and secure. If you have observed or are aware of suspicious or unethical behavior, abusive relationships, or sexual violence we need to know what you know. Please feel free to contact our office directly, or you may provide the information online by clicking on the link below. Your report can be made anonymously, or you may decide to leave your contact information. However you choose to bring your information to our attention, we will handle both your identity and your concern with the utmost discretion.

See Something, Say Something


Important Phone Numbers

For emergencies call 911 OR: 706.657.4111

Office: 706.419.1229

Safety & Security 24/7: 423.593.1403

ScotsCard Issues: 706.419.1159

RD on Duty: 706.419.1176


If you have a question or concern, please feel free to contact us:

Director of Safety and Security Keith McClearn

Safety and Security Coordinator Daniel Dupree



Know the Signs

Gun violence, as well as other forms of violence, can sometimes be preventable. Students who are at risk of hurting themselves or others may display signs and signals before an act of violence takes place. When you don’t know what to look for, it can be easy to miss signs or dismiss them as unimportant. Please take a moment a watch the 2 ½ minute video entitled “Evan” produced by Sandy Hook Promise.

Please visit the Sandy Hook Promise website for more information relating to preventing gun violence and other tragedies.


Run. Hide. Fight

Given the prevalence of active shooter incidents occurring within our schools, it is incumbent upon each of us to know the steps to take in such an event. We ask that each member of our campus community take a few moments to watch the attached videos.


This first, entitled “Run. Hide. Fight.” was produced by a partnership between the Department of Homeland Security and the City of Houston.

Warning – This video contains graphic content and may not be suitable for all ages.



The second video, also entitled “Run. Hide. Fight”, was distributed by the California State University system and was specifically produced for college campus environments. Both videos address specific actions to take to protect your life in an active shooter incident.