- Academic Honesty
- Accommodating Students with Disabilities
- Alcohol and Controlled Substances Policy
- Anti-Discrimination and Complaint Procedures Policy
- Campus Emergency Notification
- Commencement Walking Policy
- Conditions of Computer Use
- Conduct Policies and Procedures
- Conduct Records of Students
- Deadly Weapons and Fireworks
- Drug-Free Workplace
- Educational Training in Responsible Conduct of Research
- Family Educational Rights and Privacy
- Fund-Raising and Sales Policy
- Grade Appeals
- Hazing Activities
- Health Insurance Policy
- Identity Theft Policy
- Idling Vehicles
- Institutional Review of Research Involving Human Participants
- Intellectual Property Policy
- Key Policy and Procedures
- Minors on Campus
- Photography / Video for Publicity
- Recognition of Student Organizations
- Responsibility for Confidential Student Records
- Safety Procedures
- Severe Weather Policy
- Sexual Misconduct and Complaint Procedures Policy
- Smoke Free
- Statement of Responsibility Re Confidentiality of Student Records
- Student Academic Grievance
- Student Health Records Policy
- Transportation of Students and Employees
- Undergraduate Excused Absences for University Events
- Violent Acts and Threats
- Web Pages
- The Chief of Campus Safety or his/her designee will notify the Senior Director of Safety, Security and Environmental Compliance, Director of Physical Plant, Assistant Vice President for Marketing and Communications, Dean of Students, Director of Housing and Residence Life, and Director of Buildings and Grounds.
- The Senior Director of Safety, Security and Environmental Compliance will notify the Vice President for Business Affairs and Treasurer.
- The Vice President for Business Affairs and Treasurer will notify the President of the University, the Vice President for Academic Affairs and other members of the President's Cabinet.
Campus Emergency Notification
The e2campus system is used for immediate alerts and notifications to the campus community, prior to and during a potentially catastrophic life-threatening emergency. It furnishes information and direction to campus community members so that they may immediately protect themselves in an emergency situation. The procedures include the activation of an immediate emergency alert on campus and the use of other messaging systems to provide specific instructions.
Such emergency situations include those catastrophic events or dangerous incidents where there is an immediate threat of physical harm or death to community members and there is no time to prepare or otherwise warn them of the crisis in advance. Examples of such events or incidents, include, but are not limited to, an active shooter incident, a gunman at large, an immediate life-threatening and wide-spread hazardous material incident, a bomb located, or other serious in-progress potentially deadly incidents. Such threats may either be on-campus or off-campus in the immediate vicinity of University -owned/operated/ and/or controlled property.
In the event of an emergency situation requiring immediate campus-wide precautions and actions, Campus Safety or the Dean of Students is authorized to activate the crisis alert notification system. Immediately prior to activating the system, Campus Safety units will be dispatched and a 911 call will be made to trigger a response from the appropriate jurisdictional first-responder authority.
The activation will be the first part of an integrated communication system, using a variety of vehicles, to notify the campus community. The notification will contain simple, clear instructions intended to minimize risk of serious physical injury or death.
The initiation of the crisis alert will be immediately followed by notification to the appropriate University officials to activate the internal response mechanism.
Campus Safety or the Dean of Students will choose the appropriate pre-established message based upon the nature of the emergency for immediate notification to the University community.
The emergency notification system will send simple, clear, pre-established messages to members of the campus community through a variety of designated systems including, but not limited to, cell phone text messaging, voice messages, MU e-mail accounts, television message boards, supervisor notifications, and door-to-door notifications. A typical message will identify the type of crisis, the location, and the action to take to minimize risk.
Further instructions and information necessary to minimize risk of physical injury or death to community members may be transmitted through the same notification system as necessary until there is no longer an immediate threat. The dissemination of this information will be done at the discretion of the Chief of Campus Safety and the Dean of Students.
Only a duly authorized member of the President's Cabinet may direct the transmission of a message that notifies the campus community either that there is no longer an immediate threat or that provides additional non-emergency information.