As the Fall Term gets under way, Seminole State's Safety and Security Department would like to offer the following tips to help stay safe:
You should call 911 if you become aware of an emergency on a Seminole State College campus. If you’re calling from off-campus phones, cell phones or pay phones on campus, you should also contact your campus security office through the number below to report any on-campus, life-threatening emergency.
If you become aware of a non-life-threatening emergency, you should call Safety and Security Office on your campus:
For more on campus safety, visit the Seminole State Safety and Security home page.
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