Keep safety in mind. WashU offers resources to help you stay safe and secure on campus and in the St. Louis area. Knowing about them ahead of time can help you act quickly if an emergency occurs.

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Campus Emergency Management

Be prepared in case of an emergency on campus and keep connected to safety alerts.

Noonlight Safety App

As a WashU student, you can download this app at no cost to allow you instant access to emergency assistance.

Off Campus Safety

The WashU Police Department offers safety tips for the St. Louis metropolitan area.

Personal Safety

Campus safety is a responsibility and a priority shared by all of us in the university community.

Safety and Security Improvements: New Shuttle Routes!

New routes, less wait time and more options for getting around the Danforth Campus and around town.

Washington University Police Department (WUPD)

WUPD provides campus security plus self-defense classes, crime prevention programming, security tags for valuables and much more.

What is Sexual Harassment?

Sexual harassment is defined as any unwelcome sexual advance, request for sexual favor, or other unwelcome verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature, including sexual violence.

What is Stalking?

Stalking is a growing problem that can cause extreme fear and safety concerns for victims.

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