campus safety

Your safety is among our first priorities at the University of Great Falls. We have professional security staff, live-in Community Living Directors and student Community Living Assistants to provide you a safe place in which to live and learn.

Our security staff is screened, hired and trained by Elite Security. Here in Great Falls, the Office Manager works with the Dean of Student Development and the Director of the Physical Plant to respond to our campus safety needs and to your particular security concerns.

If you reside in our residence halls, you will find that our Community Living Staff is on duty to assist and serve you 24 hours per day, seven days a week. Community Living Directors keep regular office hours during the day and are available via a cellular phone call at night. Community Living Assistants do evening rounds to assure that the halls are quiet, comfortable and safe. The campus Security Officer can be reached via cellular phone in the event of an emergency. You will find that our campus is a safe and friendly place.


Department of Education's Campus Security Data Analysis


On Campus Crime Statistics

The following statistics, are published in compliance with the federal government’s Right To Know and Campus Security Act of 1990 (Title II of Public Law 101-542), and are provided for your information. The University of Great Falls is required to provide information regarding its security policy and procedures and its crime statistics to all persons. If you have any questions, contact the Office of the Dean of Student Development at 406-791-5308. The “Reportable Crime” statistics indicate the number of crimes reported in each respective category; the “Other Reportable Crime” statistics are arrest statistics associated with each respective offense. These statistics are calculated on an annual basis and reflect those crimes/arrests that occurred on the University of Great Falls Campus, the Residence Halls, University Villa Apartment complex & Apartments.

(The Great Falls Police department does not compile or provide data to the university regarding listed crimes that occurred in the immediate vicinity of campus boundaries.)

The time period covered by these statistics is January 1 through December 31 for the year(s) listed.


University of Great Falls Crime Report – Yearly Comparison


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