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    Marylhurst University
   
 
  Oct 20, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Student Handbook

Public Safety


Student Right-to-Know and Campus Security

The following policies are in compliance with Title II of Public Law 101-542, the Student Right-to-Know and Campus Security Act.

Marylhurst University encourages anyone with knowledge of crimes occurring on campus to report these crimes directly to the Lake Oswego Police by dialing 911 (if using a campus phone, 911 must be preceded by a 9 to access an outside line). In addition, crimes occurring on campus should be reported to the Vice President for Finance and Administration. Crimes reported to the vice president will be investigated and, if appropriate, adjudicated by the vice president, their designee, or a campus committee.

Most buildings on campus are open between 7:30am and 10pm, Monday through Friday, and between 7:30 a.m. and 7 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. Building hours vary during holiday and academic breaks.

Marylhurst University has security staff on site to assist with emergencies. Security personnel are not law enforcement officers and have no authority to act on behalf of the police. To reach security, call 503.534.7000 from a cell phone or ext. 7000 from a campus phone. The university encourages all students and employees of Marylhurst University to be responsible for their own security and the security of others. Being responsible includes reporting crimes and taking basic safety precautions such as locking cars, not leaving purses, wallets, backpacks, or other valuables unattended. After dark, walk with a companion or ask security for an escort.

In the event that a violent crime occurs on campus, Marylhurst University will provide notice through the university emergency notification system (see section below). An alert notice may be sent with the intent to warn, educate, and aid in the prevention of similar occurrences. The safety of the campus community is paramount.

Emergency Contacts for Ambulance, Fire or Police

Campus Phone: dial 9-911 (9 to access an outside line) plus  9-1-1 (for emergency response)

Pay phone or cell: dial 911

Also, notify the Marylhurst University Campus Safety from a cell phone at 503.534.7000 or by dialing 7000 from any campus phone.

University facilities employees and safety personnel have been trained in First Aid and CPR. Campus Safety will contact trained individuals for assistance.

Automated External Defibrillators (AED) are located in BP John Admin. Bldg., Clark Commons, and Shoen Library for use in CPR emergencies. See First Aid section below for exact locations.

Reporting Accidents/Injuries/Incidents

You are required to immediately report all accidents, injuries, fires, thefts, and property damage to Campus Safety in the BP John Admin. Building (call 503.534.7000 from a cell phone or dial 7000 from any campus phone) and complete an Accident/Incident Report form. Accident/Incident Report forms are available from Enrollment Services and in the Campus Safety Office.

Emergency Notification System

An emergency notification system is in place to alert you to an unforeseen event that would threaten the safety of individuals on campus. Immediate notification of a campus emergency would be delivered to your email account and phone number listed in Marylhurst’s student information system. You are responsible for keeping your contact information up-to-date through My Marylhurst.

First-Aid Supplies and Equipment

Self-help first-aid kits and AEDs (Automatic External Defibrillators) are located in the following places. The kits contain basic first-aid supplies including bandages, antiseptic wipes, chemical ice packs, and CPR masks. The kits do not contain aspirin, acetaminophen, or other medications. (Pain relief medicines may be purchased at the campus store, the Cup & Crow.)

Building

First-Aid Kits

AED

Eye wash Station

HazMat Shower

BP John

Reception (second floor, main lobby)
Office of Facilities (first floor, north)
Distribution Office (first floor, south)

Central stairwell
(second floor)

Facilities 
(first floor, north)

Shoen Library

Staff Room (main floor) 
Main floor (opposite elevator)

Far wall (opposite the
circulation desk; in case
with fire extinguisher)

Clark Commons
(Hawthorne Room)

Cafe kitchen
Campus Store (Cup & Crow) 

Flavia

Both science labs (first floor)
Staff Room (second floor)

Science labs 

Science labs 

Mayer

Art office
Sculpture room
Woodworking shop
Metal shop

St. Catherine

Music office (building lobby)

Marian

Staff break room (second floor) 

Aquinas

Staff break room (main floor)

Villa Maria
(Hemlock Room)

Near main entrance

Baxter Hall

Baxter Lounge

Balogh Performance Shell

Call Security (they have mobile first aid kits)

St. Anne Chapel

Foyer (inside fire extinguisher cabinet)