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Gordon Wild - 15Team: Men's Soccer
Madison Haake - 5Team: Volleyball
Date Rape Drugs
Date Rape drugs such as Rohypnol and GHB are an up and coming problem for today's college students. Here are a few tips to help keep you safe when you are on a night out.
Please remember a few tips when you do go out and try to stay safe. These drugs are powerful and can render you powerless and even kill you. For more information, contact Health Services at 864-503-5197 or Erin Morgan at the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Education Office at 864-503-5195.
Walking the Campus
The University is an active place well into the evening hours since afternoon and evening classes are popular with many students. The campus is well lit and University Public Safety makes regular patrols during the evening hours to ensure the safety of students, faculty and staff. Below are safety tips for the evening student:
Report a Crime Now
Emergency Call Boxes
Shots Fired: Instructional Videos (network login required)
"I Didn't Know It Was Rape" Video
Campus Beat Newsletter: Spring 2014
Campus Security Authority (CSA) Training Video (network login required)
Information and Policies
Clery Report: Campus Security Policies, Statistics, & Fire Safety
Search for Sex Offenders in your area:
SC Registered Sex Offenders List
Vehicle Immobilization Policy
Public Safety Organizational Chart
Department of Public Safety
800 University Way
Spartanburg, SC 29303
Locked out?Have a dead battery?
Text: 864-357-3008 or
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