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Emergency Procedures

The information below outlines Oakland City University procedures in the case of emergencies.

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Bomb Threats

Telephone Threat

  • Remain calm.
  • Do not hang up. Keep the caller on the line as long as possible and listen carefully.
  • Note the time of the call and the specific telephone instrument it came in on.
  • Note the caller''s number if your phone is equipped with caller ID.
  • Note the exact words of the caller.
  • Ask the caller the following questions or listen for the following information:
    • Where is it located?
    • When will it go off?
    • What does it look like?
    • What kind is it?
    • What is the caller''s name and motive for placing the bomb?
    • Is the caller an employee?
    • Is the caller a student?
  • Write down any information noticed, such as background noises, gender of caller, voice pitch and speech patterns, accent, etc.
  • Call 911 or 9-911, if the phone system being used requires dialing a 9 for an outside line.
  • Notify the Office for Campus Life at (812) 749-1421.

Written Threat

  • Remain calm.
  • Call 911 or 9-911, if the phone system being used requires dialing a 9 for an outside line.
  • Notify the Office for Campus Life immediately at (812) 749-1421.
  • Once discovered, do not touch, move, or open, so it is not altered or destroyed. Preserve scene for Campus Life/police.
  • Keep others from handling or going near it.
  • Follow procedures for suspicious packages or envelopes:

Opened or Closed Suspicious Package

  • Do not use a two-way radio or cell phone within 100 feet of a suspicious package.
  • Notify 911 (9-911) and the Office for Campus Life (phone (812) 749-1421) immediately.
  • Never touch any package that is suspicious! Do not attempt to touch, move, or open, as it could explode or spread.
  • Keep others from handling or going near it.

Emergency Phone Numbers

Call 911 or 9-911, if the phone system being used requires dialing a 9 for an outside line.

Non-Emergency Phone Numbers

Campus Life Office
(812) 749-1421
Office Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Oakland City Police Officer On Call
(812) 385-6907

OCU Security
(812) 664-7287
(812) 664-7286

 

Civil Disturbance

Outdoors

  • Implement appropriate emergency procedures by moving students, visitors, and employees to a safe location (as conditions permit) inside buildings to protect against trauma or danger.
  • Call 911 or 9-911, if the phone system being used requires dialing a 9 for an outside line.
  • Notify the Office for Campus Life (at (812) 749-1421) of the type of disturbance, its location, and the number of people causing it.
  • Maintain a calming influence over your group. Reassure students, visitors, and employees that everything possible is being done to return the situation to a normal condition.
  • Should a gunshot be heard, get everyone on the ground immediately.

Indoors

  • Call 911 or 9-911, if the phone system being used requires dialing a 9 for an outside line.
  • Notify the Office for Campus Life (at (812) 749-1421) of the type of disturbance, its location, the number of people causing it, who is involved, any weapon presence, and your name. Provide as much information as possible.
  • Keep students, visitors, and employees quiet and away from doors and windows.
  • Lock all room doors.
  • Account for all persons. Report any missing persons to emergency personnel or the Office for Campus Life immediately.
  • Close window shades, curtains, or blinds.
  • Maintain a calming influence over your group. Reassure students, visitors, and employees that everything possible is being done to return the situation to a normal condition.
  • Should a gunshot be heard, get everyone on the floor immediately.
  • Always contact the Office for Campus Life (at (812) 749-1421) when you have an emergency in your room.
  • Remain in the classroom or other safe area until notified by emergency personnel, the Office for Campus Life, or designated university personnel to move or return to normal conditions.

Emergency Phone Numbers

Call 911 or 9-911, if the phone system being used requires dialing a 9 for an outside line.

Non-Emergency Phone Numbers

Campus Life Office
(812) 749-1421
Office Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Oakland City Police Officer On Call
(812) 385-6907

OCU Security
(812) 664-7287
(812) 664-7286

 

Earthquake / Structural Cpllapse

If you are inside:

  • Watch for falling objects.
  • Crawl under a table, counter, etc.
  • Get into a protective position by tucking your head into your knees and cover your head with your arms.
  • Stay away from windows, glass partitions, and mirrors.
  • Stay away from overhead fixtures.
  • Stay away from filing cabinets.
  • Stay away from bookcases.
  • Stay away from electrical appliances.
  • Stay away from hanging objects.
  • Evacuate the building only after debris has stopped falling.

If you are outside:

  • Move to an open area away from building structures.
  • Watch for fallen power lines.
  • Watch for fallen streetlights.
  • Watch for fallen trees.
  • Watch for broken glass.

If you are in a vehicle:

  • Stop your vehicle in the nearest open area.
  • Stay in your vehicle until the tremors have subsided.

After the incident:

  • Remain calm.
  • Be prepared for aftershocks.
  • If evacuation is ordered, use the nearest and safest exit.
  • DO NOT USE ELEVATORS!
  • Proceed to your designated evacuation assembly area.
  • Do not move seriously injured persons unless they are in danger.
  • Open doors carefully.
  • Watch for falling objects.
  • Do not use matches/lighters or other sources of ignition.
  • Avoid using telephones, as emergency response personnel will need these.

Emergency Phone Numbers

Call 911 or 9-911, if the phone system being used requires dialing a 9 for an outside line.

Non-Emergency Phone Numbers

Campus Life Office
(812) 749-1421
Office Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Oakland City Police Officer On Call
(812) 385-6907

OCU Security
(812) 664-7287
(812) 664-7286

 

Evacuation

 
  • Any Oakland City University staff or faculty person may issue an evacuation notification of a classroom or office area. The purpose is to move people away from any potentially threatening situation.
  • Develop your plan now: Before a classroom or office can be properly evacuated, a safe designated location must be determined and communicated.
  • Direct persons to go immediately in a calm and orderly manner to the agreed-upon designated location.
  • Consider persons with disabilities who may need assistance evacuating.
  • Individuals with disabilities should exit to the next building or outside by horizontal exit (when available) or otherwise to stairway landing (considered an area of rescue). Inform emergency personnel of any missing persons and/or the number of people at the area of rescue.
  • Do not take personal items.
  • Close and lock doors behind you while exiting.
  • You may walk briskly but do not run.
  • Do not go to restrooms.
  • Do not return to your area for personal belongings.
  • If smoke is present, stay low. The best quality air is near the floor.
  • Use stairway or horizontal exit to evacuate.
  • DO NOT USE THE ELEVATORS!
  • Exit the building and go to your pre-determined designated area, at least 300 feet away from the building.
  • Do not return to the building from your designated area until told to do so by the Office for Campus Life or designated university personnel.

Situations That Require Full-Building Evacuation

An evacuation of a building is used to move persons out of a building by a pre-designated route (if usable) to avoid a potentially threatening situation.

Emergency Phone Numbers

Call 911 or 9-911, if the phone system being used requires dialing a 9 for an outside line.

Non-Emergency Phone Numbers

Campus Life Office
(812) 749-1421
Office Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Oakland City Police Officer On Call
(812) 385-6907

OCU Security
(812) 664-7287
(812) 664-7286

 

Fire or Explosion

If You Discover Fire or Smoke, R.A.C.E.

  • Rescue: Remove anyone from immediate danger.
  • Alarm: Activate the nearest fire alarm pull station.
  • Contain: Close all doors to confine smoke and fire.
  • Extinguish/Evacuate: If the fire is small and you have been trained in fire extinguisher use, you can attempt to extinguish a fire. Otherwise, follow your evacuation plan and proceed to the nearest exit and designated area outside the building.

If You Catch on Fire

  • DO NOT RUN!
  • Stop where you are.
  • Drop to the ground.
  • Roll over and over to smother flames.

Response to Fire Alarms or Explosions

  • Remain calm.
  • Evacuate and stay with your class or office group.
  • Remember to take your class roster with you to the designated area.
  • Once you have reached the designated area, report any missing person(s) to emergency personnel and the Office for Campus Life at (812) 749-1421.
  • Only return to the building when directed by Emergency Personnel, the Office for Campus Life, or the designated university personnel.

Evacuation Reminders

  • If leaving a room, feel the door with the back of your hand before opening it. Do not open any door that feels hot.
  • Do not return to your area for personal belongings.
  • If smoke is present, stay low. The best quality air is near the floor.
  • Use stairway or horizontal exit to evacuate.
  • Do not use the elevators!
  • Consider individuals with disabilities that may need assistance evacuating. Notify the Office for Campus Life at (812) 749-1421 or emergency personnel of missing persons and where they were last seen.
  • Never allow the fire to come between you and the exit.
  • The University Maintenance Department monitors all fire alarm signals on the main campus and will respond to these signals on main campus only.

If You Are Trapped in Your Office or Classroom

  • Wedge wet towels or cloth materials along the bottom of the door to keep smoke out.
  • Try to close as many doors as possible between you and the fire.
  • Call 911 or 9-911, if the phone system being used requires dialing a 9 for an outside line, and the Office for Campus Life at (812) 749-1421 to notify them of your problem and location.
  • If you are trapped in an area and need fresh air, only break the window as a last resort. Use caution when breaking a window, to avoid injury to yourself.

Emergency Phone Numbers

Call 911 or 9-911, if the phone system being used requires dialing a 9 for an outside line.

Non-Emergency Phone Numbers

Campus Life Office
(812) 749-1421
Office Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Oakland City Police Officer On Call
(812) 385-6907

OCU Security
(812) 664-7287
(812) 664-7286

 

Hazardous Material Spills

 
  • If a corrosive or toxic chemical comes in contact with your skin, immediately flush the affected area with water for at least 15 minutes.
  • If possible, have someone call for assistance immediately. Have them notify 911 (9-911) or the Office of Campus Life at (812) 749-1421, depending on the severity of the spill and/or the chemical involved. Always notify Campus Life of any incidents.
  • Do not attempt to clean up a chemical spill unless you are trained and have the proper protective equipment to perform the cleanup.
  • Evacuate the area when there is possible danger of harmful or flammable vapors. Notify others in your immediate area to evacuate. Initiate the fire alarm when necessary.
  • Always evacuate in a calm and orderly manner to a predetermined safe location. Notify emergency personnel and Campus Life of any missing persons and where they were last seen.
  • To increase ventilation to the affected area, call the University Maintenance Department for assistance.
  • If possible, control access to the affected area by closing doors.
  • Check those involved for adverse medical symptoms (shortness of breath, fainting, etc.) and request immediate medical attention as appropriate.
  • Evacuees should remain in the designated safe area until emergency personnel or the Office for Campus Life indicates it is safe to return to the affected area.

Emergency Phone Numbers

Call 911 or 9-911, if the phone system being used requires dialing a 9 for an outside line.

Non-Emergency Phone Numbers

Campus Life Office
(812) 749-1421
Office Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Oakland City Police Officer On Call
(812) 385-6907

OCU Security
(812) 664-7287
(812) 664-7286

 

Human Body Fluids (Blood-Borne Pathogens)

 
  • When a human body fluid spill should occur, including blood, vomit, feces, saliva, or urine, always notify the Office for Campus Life at (812) 749-1421 if exposed to human bodily fluids and seek professional medical treatment.
  • Human body fluids can contain blood-borne pathogens.
  • Do not clean up a human bodily fluid spill unless you are trained in blood-borne pathogens cleanup procedures.
  • Always treat human body fluids as an infectious waste.
  • Always wear rubber latex gloves when handling human bodily fluids.
  • To remove gloves, avoid touching the contaminated area of the gloves and wash hands thoroughly with soap and water.
  • When danger of splashing exists, wear a face shield to prevent human body fluids from getting in your eyes, nose, and mouth.
  • Avoid getting human bodily fluids in open sores or wounds.
  • If human bodily fluids come in contact with your skin, wash the area immediately with soap and water and rinse.

Emergency Phone Numbers

Call 911 or 9-911, if the phone system being used requires dialing a 9 for an outside line.

Non-Emergency Phone Numbers

Campus Life Office
(812) 749-1421
Office Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Oakland City Police Officer On Call
(812) 385-6907

OCU Security
(812) 664-7287
(812) 664-7286

 

Lockdown - Room, Building, or Campus

Room Lockdown Response

A room lockdown response is used when it may be more dangerous to evacuate the building than to stay in the assigned rooms. Examples: violent or potentially violent incident by an angry or deranged person, uncontrollable acts of aggression, a person or persons threatening with a gun or other deadly weapon, robbery in progress, etc.

Room Lockdown Procedure

  • Remain calm and stay with your students, visitors, and employees or associate workers.
  • Lock room doors, windows, and close shades immediately.
  • Notify 911 (9-911) and the Office for Campus Life (at (812) 749-1421) of the situation as soon as possible without endangering yourself.
  • Notify 911 (9-911) and Campus Life (at (812) 749-1421) of the type of disturbance, its location, the number of people causing it, who is involved, any weapon presence, and your name. Provide as much information as possible.
  • Keep quiet and away from doors and windows.
  • If a gunshot is heard, keep people down near the floor and shielded under/behind room furniture as much as possible.
  • Maintain a calming influence over your group. Reassure students, visitors, and employees that everything possible is being done to return the situation to a normal condition.
  • Contact emergency personnel and the Office for Campus Life (at (812) 749-1421) as soon as possible to notify them of any medical emergencies.
  • Conduct a count of all persons and report any missing person to the Office for Campus Life or emergency personnel.
  • Remain in the secure room until released by emergency personnel, the Office for Campus Life, or designated university personnel.
  • If gunshots are fired, and fleeing is necessary, run away in a zigzag manner, not in a straight line.

Building or Campus Lockdown Response

  • The decision to initiate a building or campus-wide lockdown rests with the Office for Campus Life, the Academic Affairs Office, or the Executive Offices.
  • A lockdown consists of moving all students, visitors, and employees, and others off the grounds and into the buildings, securing all entrances, and denying access to any unauthorized persons.
  • Always begin the lockdown procedure immediately following notification to do so.
  • Cancel all outdoor activities until approved otherwise by the Office for Campus Life or designated university personnel.
  • No person should leave a building under a lockdown order until the order has been cancelled by the Office for Campus Life or designated university personnel.
  • Ensure all instructions issued by the Office for Campus Life or designated university personnel are followed immediately.

Hostage/Weapons Situations

  • Notify the Office for Campus Life at (812) 749-1421 if possible. Contact emergency personnel. Make sure they understand that there is an armed person at the school and his/her last known location. Inform them of any known injuries. If possible, stay on the line with 911 until help arrives or you are instructed by the dispatcher to disconnect.
  • The person in charge will notify all teachers and students to initiate lock down procedures. Notify students outside the building to report to the nearest safe classroom.
  • Avoid the use of codes. Communicate instructions clearly and directly.
  • Under no circumstances should the students be evacuated without the approval and assistance of the police.
  • If it can be done so safely, a staff member may be sent outside the building to help direct traffic before emergency personnel arrive.
  • When emergency personnel arrive, all staff should fully cooperate and assist as directed. They have been trained to deal with this kind of situation so let them do their jobs.

Unauthorized Visitors and Hostile Intruders

  • If you see an unauthorized visitor, greet him/her and ask the visitor to accompany you to the Office for Campus Life or the receptionist''s desk, dependent upon your location, for a visitor''s pass. Notify the Office for Campus Life or other designated university personnel if you know that someone is in the building without permission or is becoming hostile.
  • Contact local law enforcement or call 911 (9-911) if an intruder is agitated or hostile.

Here are some tips for dealing with such persons:

  • Be empathic: Try not to be judgmental of the person''s feelings.
  • Clarify messages: Listen to what is really being said. Respond to the person''s issues by saying, for example, "I'll take you to _______ to get your issue addressed."
  • Respect personal space: Stand at a minimum of six (6) feet from an aggressive person.
  • Be aware of body position: Standing eye-to-eye with a person sends a challenge message.
  • Permit verbal venting: Allow the individual to release as much energy as possible through venting.
  • Set and enforce reasonable limits: If the individual becomes belligerent, defensive, or disruptive, state limits and directives clearly and concisely.
  • Avoid overreacting: Remain calm, rational, and professional.
  • Use physical restraint as a last resort: Employing physical techniques on an individual who is only acting verbally can escalate the situation.
  • Ignore challenges: Redirect the individual's attention to the issue at hand.
  • Keep your non-verbal cues non-threatening: Be aware of your body language, movement, and tone of voice. The more an individual loses control, the less he or she listens to your actual words.

Emergency Phone Numbers

Call 911 or 9-911, if the phone system being used requires dialing a 9 for an outside line.

Non-Emergency Phone Numbers

Campus Life Office
(812) 749-1421
Office Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Oakland City Police Officer On Call
(812) 385-6907

OCU Security
(812) 664-7287
(812) 664-7286

 

Medical Emergency

On Main Campus

  • Report all medical emergencies occurring on campus to the Office for Campus Life after calling 911 or 9-911.
  • Always determine and report whether the person is conscious or unconscious.
  • In a life-or-death situation, call 911 (or 9-911, if the phone system being used requires dialing a 9 for an outside line).
  • The Office for Campus Life will dispatch officers to the scene.
  • All Campus Life staff are trained in first aid and CPR.
  • The Office for Campus Life will call the EMS squad whenever necessary.
  • The Office for Campus Life staff, or other certified university personnel, will provide first aid until the EMS squad arrives.
  • The EMS squad crew will take over treatments of injured or sick persons and transport them to a local hospital whenever necessary.
  • Students, visitors, and employees who need treatment beyond first aid will be sent to a local medical establishment or hospital for treatment.

Off-Campus Centers

  • Call 911 or 9-911, if the phone system being used requires dialing a 9 for an outside line, and request an EMS unit.
  • Report accident or illness to the Office for Campus Life at (812) 749-1421 immediately after the situation is under control. Accident forms must be filled out by the supervisor or instructor and filed with the Campus Life Director or Human Resource Coordinator.

Emergency Phone Numbers

Call 911 or 9-911, if the phone system being used requires dialing a 9 for an outside line.

Non-Emergency Phone Numbers

Campus Life Office
(812) 749-1421
Office Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Oakland City Police Officer On Call
(812) 385-6907

OCU Security
(812) 664-7287
(812) 664-7286

 

Power Outage

On Main Campus

  • Notify the Office for Campus Life immediately (at (812) 749-1421) of a power outage.
  • Oakland City University buildings are equipped with automatic standby electrical generators that will provide minimal lighting and power to a few, select elevators. If the call button lights and elevator responds to your call, it is safe to use.
  • Remain where you are unless directed by the Office for Campus Life or designated university personnel to relocate or evacuate.
  • If the situation could expose students or employees to danger, implement the appropriate emergency procedures; i.e., evacuate horizontally to another building or move outside to a safe location.
  • During power outages, turn off electrical equipment or appliances that may be damaged or cause damage once power is restored; i.e., computers, monitors, cooking equipment, etc.
  • If instructed to evacuate, proceed cautiously to the nearest outside exit. Report any missing persons to the Office for Campus Life or emergency personnel and state where they were last seen.

At Other Centers

  • Notify designated university personnel immediately of a power outage.
  • Remain where you are unless directed by the designated university personnel to relocate or evacuate.
  • If the situation could expose students or employees to danger, implement the appropriate emergency procedures; i.e., evacuate horizontally to another building or move outside to a safe location.
  • During power outages, turn off electrical equipment or appliances that may be damaged or cause damage once power is restored; i.e., computers, monitors, cooking equipment, etc.
  • If instructed to evacuate, proceed cautiously to the nearest outside exit. Report any missing persons to the Office for Campus Life or emergency personnel and state where they were last seen.

Emergency Phone Numbers

Call 911 or 9-911, if the phone system being used requires dialing a 9 for an outside line.

Non-Emergency Phone Numbers

Campus Life Office
(812) 749-1421
Office Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Oakland City Police Officer On Call
(812) 385-6907

OCU Security
(812) 664-7287
(812) 664-7286

 

Suspicious Packages and Envelopes

Examples:

  • Discovered with a suspicious powdery substance on the outside
  • Received unexpectedly or sent by someone unfamiliar to you
  • Bearing excessive postage, handwritten or poorly typed address, incorrect titles or titles with no names, or with misspelling of common words
  • Addressed to someone no longer affiliated with the university or having outdated postmarks
  • Bearing no return address or one that cannot be verified as legitimate
  • Having unusual weight given package size; or being lopsided or oddly shaped
  • Having an unusual amount of tape, string, or other wrapping material
  • Exhibiting strange odor, stains, or noises (rattles, clicking, etc.)
  • Appears to contain electrical wire or tin foil
  • Return address not consistent with postmark

What to Do If You Find a Suspicious Package or Envelope

  • Never touch any package that is suspicious! Do not attempt to touch, move, or open, as it could explode or spread.
  • Isolate the suspicious package by evacuating the room and locking the door, if possible.
  • If the suspicious package is discovered while handling, avoid dropping, throwing, or other abrupt shock movement, since this can cause detonation of certain devices. Gently set the package down.
  • Call the Office for Campus Life at (812) 749-1421, Oakland City Police Officer On Call at (812) 385-6907, or local law enforcement immediately, from a safe location. Do not use a radio or cell phone with 100 feet of the object. Describe what the package looks like and its location.
  • Evacuate others in the area by following established evacuation procedures.
  • If you have had direct skin contact with the package, wash hands, arms, etc. with soap and rinse with water for 15 minutes.
  • Account for missing persons. Always notify emergency personnel, and/or the Office for Campus Life, or the university designated personnel of any missing persons when evacuating an area.
  • Always follow precautionary directions given by emergency personnel, the Office for Campus Life, or designated university personnel.

Emergency Phone Numbers

Call 911 or 9-911, if the phone system being used requires dialing a 9 for an outside line.

Non-Emergency Phone Numbers

Campus Life Office
(812) 749-1421
Office Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Oakland City Police Officer On Call
(812) 385-6907

OCU Security
(812) 664-7287
(812) 664-7286

 

Tornado / Severe Weather

Weather Watch

A weather watch is issued by the National Weather Service when severe weather conditions are possible in the area.

Weather Warning

A weather warning is issued by the National Weather Service when severe weather has been sighted in the area.

Snow and Ice Conditions

The university administration constantly monitors severe and changing weather conditions.

Whenever snow and ice conditions become extreme to the point that they could affect our campus, a decision to postpone or cancel classes may be announced. When in doubt, listen to the local area radio stations and the local area TV stations. Announcements are also available for the main campus on this website at www.oak.edu/news/. Should weather become severe after the university opens, impending closing announcements will be made from The Academic Affairs Office, The Office for Campus Life, or designated university personnel for the off-campus centers.

Tornado Warning

Whenever the National Weather Service issues a tornado sighting, the Office for Campus Life or designated university personnel for off-campus centers will monitor the path of the tornado and if the university is near or within the projected path, each building administrator will be contacted to initiate emergency procedures.

  • Always listen and follow instructions given by the Office for Campus Life or designated university personnel.
  • Go to your designated area when instructed to do so and take others with you.
  • Request that students, visitors, and employees not leave campus or the center until an all-clear announcement is issued by the Office for Campus Life or designated university personnel.
  • Employees should plan ahead and determine their best choice of a designated area.
  • Do not return to your office or classroom until the all-clear announcement is issued by the Office for Campus Life or designated university personnel.

Emergency Phone Numbers

Call 911 or 9-911, if the phone system being used requires dialing a 9 for an outside line.

Non-Emergency Phone Numbers

Campus Life Office
(812) 749-1421
Office Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Oakland City Police Officer On Call
(812) 385-6907

OCU Security
(812) 664-7287
(812) 664-7286

 

Tornado Shelter Areas

In the event of a tornado warning, there are a number of specific safe areas that have been designated as tornado safe zones. When notified by Campus Life or designated university officials, all individuals are to go immediately to the tornado safe zone for their particular building, staying away from windows.

  • Barger-Richardson Library: Lowest-level hallway
  • Bower-Suhrheinrich Student Center: Lowest-level hallway
  • Brokaw Hall: Lowest-level hallway
  • Chapman Seminary: Chapel
  • Cockrum Hall: Lowest-level hallway
  • Cornwell-Reed Fine Arts Center: Lowest-level hallway
  • Cox Hall: Lowest-level hallway
  • Dearing Hall: Lowest-level hallway
  • Johnson Health and Physical Education Center: Locker rooms
  • Jordan Hall: Lowest-level hallway
  • Kennedy Center: Lowest-level hallway
  • Murray Administration Center: Lowest-level hallway
  • Provance Memorial Chapel: Hallway and offices
  • Tichenor Center: Hallway

For additional sites, check with the director of the facility and/or site coordinator.

Emergency Phone Numbers

Call 911 or 9-911, if the phone system being used requires dialing a 9 for an outside line.

Non-Emergency Phone Numbers

Campus Life Office
(812) 749-1421
Office Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Oakland City Police Officer On Call
(812) 385-6907

OCU Security
(812) 664-7287
(812) 664-7286