Code Blue safety poles are conveniently placed around campus to act as a direct line to Campus Safety.
Your own safety should be your top priority as much as it is for our Campus Safety officers. Here are our top 7 safety tips for you.
October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. The goal of this month is to bring attention to relationship abuse. This gives us the opportunity to connect victims to advocates, educate people on the reality of the problem, and to empower those who have survived. Nationwide, more than half of the students who report having experienced […]
Recently you may have received text messages on your phone regarding Holland weather advisories and timely safety precautions for our campus. You also may be wondering what these messages are, where they come from and how to take action. Hope College Campus Safety sends emergency notification texts, including notice of weather-related closures, via the HOPE ALERT […]
Inside of every Hope College building, you can find an AED device. AED stands for “Automatic External Defibrillator” and its purpose is to help those who are having a cardiac event, including a heart attack. The device sends an electric shock through the victim, with the intent of stopping an irregular heartbeat to allow a […]
It looks like we’re going have a full-blown West Michigan winter this year. It’s only early November and snow has already pelted our faces. Whether you hate snow or are already playing Mariah Carey’s “All I Want for Christmas is You,” winter is coming, and that means your safe passage around campus is our priority. […]
Crazy weather? Walking alone and it’s after dark? Maybe you just don’t feel like walking? Whatever the reason, the Hope College Campus Evening Shuttle is there for you with a free minivan transportation system that encircles campus. The Evening Shuttle makes eight stops on campus and can be spotted with an illuminated sign on top of a silver […]