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Security and Safety

Students are responsible for their own security and safety and must be aware of the security and safety of others. The College is not responsible for any student’s personal belongings that are lost, stolen, or damaged on campus, in parking lots, at clinical/externship sites, or during any college activities. Students should immediately report any medical, criminal, or other emergency occurring on campus to their Instructor, Program Director or any College employee. Upon receipt of any report of a medical or criminal emergency, the College will, on behalf of the student, obtain the services of medical or security professionals, as appropriate. 

Please see your Campus Executive Director or Director of Education for the College's Safety and Security policies. Students should immediately report any medical, criminal, or other emergency occurring on campus to their Instructor, Program Director or any College employee.

 

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