Campus should be a safe place. We want you to feel at home here so you can focus on your studies and get closer to that bright future!
It's never a bad idea to stay safe, but did you know about the resources available to you? Check out our Campus Safety page if you haven't yet.
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Main Hall 1401
Emergency Number: 918-594-8123
Non-Emergency Number: 918-594-8124
OSU-Tulsa University Police Officers are CLEET-certified and there is an officer on duty 24-7.
They are here to help! Don't hesitate to ask an officer for help walking you to your car, getting your keys out of your locked car (we've all had those days) or even jumping your car battery.
OSU-Tulsa experiences a consistently low crime rate and each year the University Police prepare a Public Safety Guide and Annual Crime Report. This helps with promoting crime awareness, campus safety and security.
Cowboy Alert is an emergency notification system used here at OSU-Tulsa and at OSU.
After registering for Cowboy Alert, you will receive notifications for events like:
- Campus Intruder
- Acts of Terrorism
- Biohazard Threats
- Life-Threatening Weather Conditions (i.e. National Weather Service-Issued tornado warnings)
Register for Cowboy Alert by logging into your O-Key account and subscribing under the "Campus Alerts and Notifications" menu option.
You use your phone for everything else, so why not use it to keep you safe?
With the Rave Guardian App you can:
- Set a Safety Timer – Notify OSU-Tulsa Police to check in on you if you are walking to your car or traveling on campus.
- Manage and Message Your Guardians – Invite family, friends, or others to be your Guardian, and communicate with them within the app as needed. Your primary guardian is OSU-Tulsa Police.
- Easy Emergency Communication – Call OSU-Tulsa Police directly for help if you are in trouble. Send text tips – including photos – if you see something suspicious.
Get the full breakdown on how the app can help you HERE.
We know most of you are here at night, so make sure to keep your belongings safe and be aware of your surroundings as well.
After parking, make sure your car is locked and carry your car keys with you so you aren't lingering in the parking lot looking for keys in the bottom of your bag.
Saw something that just didn't sit well with you and think you should speak up?
- If you witness a crime in progress, make sure to call 911.
- If you notice that a crime has already happened, you can file a police report with the OSU-Tulsa University Police.
- If you wish to remain anonymous, you can report the incident by filling out a Silent Witness Form.
Hope you pokes stay safe!