Safety Escort Service
Campus Security officers provide a free safety escort service for persons who must travel around campus alone at night. This service also is extended to those persons with permanent or temporary disabilities. Please call 918-631-5555 to access the Safety Escort Service.
Lost and Found
To check on lost items of personal property, or to turn in found items, please call the Campus Security office at x5555.
Safety Awareness Programs
As part of the program sponsored by the Resident Life staff and by other University organizations, campus security holds sessions each year on topics including personal safety awareness, rape prevention, and the prevention of burglary and vandalism. Information on safety and security is provided to students and employees at orientation and seminars and through the student newspaper, crime alert bulletins, and the campus television station.
Special Event Security Suppport
Campus security is required at some university functions, athletic events and other special events. Individuals and groups that require campus security for their events should complete the event security request form and submit it to Campus Security.
Campus Security is required at various university functions, athletic events and other special events. Individuals and groups that require campus security for their events should complete an Event Security Request form available at www.utulsa.edu/offices-and-services/security/services, and submit it to Campus Security.
All members of the TU campus community are responsible for making TU a better, safer place. Faculty, students and staff can report hazards and request services or repairs by calling Campus Security at 918-631-5555. Members of the university community are encouraged to call Campus Security immediately if there is a question of suspicious persons or behavior.
R.A.D. – Rape Aggression Defense
R.A.D. is a nationally recognized program that is designed to help women overcome the effects of sexual harassment and sexual violence on campus by teaching assertiveness, awareness, risk reduction, risk recognition, avoidance and physical defense strategies. The program is taught several times a year by Campus Security R.A.D.-certified instructors. For more information on attending or scheduling a R.A.D. Self-defense training program, please call 918-631-5555. Click here to download R.A.D. Brochure.