Campus Safety offers a variety of services to the community at Kuyper. While on campus to provide a presence of security and safety, all officers are also available to provide the following services. During evening hours Campus Safety is available additionally to answer any questions you may have in regards to Kuyper College, they can be found at the information desk in the Student Center Building.
While Kuyper is a safe community, there are times when you may feel unsafe or uneasy moving about campus alone, specifically in the evening. If there is ever a time when you feel as though you may appreciate someone to walk you from your car to your residence hall, office, or otherwise, please do not hesitate to call campus safety at ext. 711 or 988-3711.
In the unlikely event that you lock your keys in your vehicle while on campus; our Campus Safety Officers can assist you in opening your vehicle. Unfortunately there are times when we cannot open your vehicle and our officers will contact a local locksmith to come on site and assist you. Additionally, if your vehicle’s battery dies on campus our Safety Officers have a jump start unit that they can use to start your vehicle. We recommend having your battery checked prior to the winter season as cold weather will drain your battery charge.
All students, staff, and faculty are given an Identification Card for their time at Kuyper College. These cards can be used for a number of services on campus and are very useful tools for the community. All students are issued an initial card during their orientation time during their first semester. However, if a replacement card is needed this can be printed in the Campus Safety Office. There is a $10.00 fee for a replacement card.
Campus Safety Officers are trained annually on CPR, First Aid, and AED operations. They can assist you with immediate medical needs and will decide whether or not emergency medical services will be called on campus. Note that for many medical situations, emergency medical services will be called to assist the Safety Officers in their response.