Access and Campus Safety
Most campus facilities are open during normal operating hours of 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Access to certain facilities, buildings and offices may be restricted as to hours of access requirements. Access to residential buildings is restricted to residents and their guests. Access to residence buildings also includes admittance of college staff for the purpose of maintenance, housekeeping, security and other administrative functions. Keys are issued to all residents, remain the property of the college, and may not be duplicated.
Residence halls are closed during winter break. After-hours access to administrative buildings is on an as-needed basis and may be granted by contacting campus safety. Some buildings have cameras installed to monitor areas where safety and security could be a risk.
All broken windows or locks should be reported to the Physical Plant (ext. 6313 or Campus Safety ext. 6300). For repairs students, faculty and staff can e-mail a report by using the Physical Plant HelpDesk. Exterior doors should not be propped open, if found open they should be secured and reported to Campus Safety.
All students, faculty and staff are issued identification cards at C-SC. The cards are used for identification purposes and to make purchase(s) from college dining services. If the card becomes lost or stolen it should be reported to Campus Safety immediately at ext. 6300.
Campus Safety along with other campus officials, regularly survey the campus grounds to assess lighting and foliage conditions as they relate to the safety and security of the college. Comments pertaining to safety and security can be directed to Campus Safety at ext. 6300. The information may also be exchanged by contacting the director of campus safety by email firstname.lastname@example.org
There are seven emergency phones located on the grounds of the Culver-Stockton campus. In the event of an emergency, the caller can dial 6300 to reach Campus Safety. In the event other emergency service(s) are needed, dial 911. Callers should be prepared to state the location and nature of the emergency.
Culver-Stockton College Campus Safety offers a ride and walking safety escort service for students, faculty and staff. The telephone number to request an escort is ext. 6300.
Missouri law and college policy prohibits anyone other than commissioned police officers from carrying weapons on campus. A weapon is defined as any object that is designed to cause injury or shoot a projectile. This includes paintball guns, blowguns, pellet/bb guns, archery equipment, knives with blades over four inches long, and ammunition.