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Campus Safety

The safety of every member of the Life University community is our top priority. Life University maintains a well-staffed Campus Safety Department consisting of trained security officers. Our highly motivated and trained staff works diligently to ensure that you are safe and secure.

EMERGENCY ON CAMPUS: Dial (770) 426-2911
NON-EMERGENCY: Dial (770) 426-2681
WEATHER HOTLINE: (770) 426-2815
* Life University Campus Safety is located in MOD 2 behind the Library*

Campus Safety is charged with responding to all types of emergency and non-emergency events, as well as enforcing University parking regulations. The campus is patrolled 24/7/365, and we work with local emergency response agencies such as Marietta Police Department, Cobb County Sheriff and Marietta Fire Department.

A Life University Campus Safety Department official can be reached 24 hours per day, seven days per week in the event of an emergency, by dialing x2911 from a University phone or (770) 426-2911 from a cell phone or off-campus landline. It is a good idea to store the Campus Safety emergency phone number on speed dial in your cell phone, so that you can reach an officer quickly and easily. In non-emergencies, please call (770) 426-2681 to speak to a Campus Safety representative.   For your safety, there are also emergency call boxes located in various key areas on campus. Emergency call boxes are identified by blue poles and lights, which are illuminated at night, and can be used to immediately contact the Campus Safety.

Life University complies with federal and state laws and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, religion, national origin, age, sexual orientation, disability, medical condition, pregnancy, citizenship or veteran status. This may require the Department to notify the Office of Student Services and local police departments of violations of law that also violate University policy or codes of conduct and vice versa.