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CAMPUS STATUS: The KU Edwards Campus is currently operating on regular campus hours.

The KU Edwards Campus is currently operating on regular campus hours.

 

The University of Kansas utilizes a range of tools to keep students, faculty, staff and visitors informed in the event of an emergency that could affect their health and safety. These tools include text messaging, public address speakers, e-mail, Twitter, and this page.

Students are now automatically subscribed to emergency text messages. Faculty and staff can click here to sign up for text messages.

Alerts are sent when there is an immediate threat to the campus community and in situations requiring immediate action. The campus community may also receive e-mails about other types of incidents, such as when law enforcement is seeking assistance from members of the public who may have information about a crime.

What to do in the event of...

Campus threats
Active shooter or threat
Bomb threat
Civil disturbance
Suspicious package

Hazards
Hazardous materials
Power outage
Gas leak

Medical emergencies
Alcohol poisoning
Pandemic
Public health situation
Suicide threat

 Natural disasters
Fire
Flooding
Severe weather

 

 


Need Assistance?

KU Edwards Public Safety Office
913-897-8700

Hours:
Monday-Saturday, 6 a.m. - 11 p.m.
Sunday, Noon - 5:30 p.m.

Emergency numbers
Sexual assault and harassment

Both KU Public Safety and the Office of Institutional Opportunity and Access can investigate cases of sexual assault and harassment. 

In an emergency, dial 911. To reach Public Safety in non-emergency situations, call (785) 864-5900 or visit publicsafety.ku.edu. IOA can be contacted at (785) 864-6414​ or ioa.ku.edu.

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