There are lots of University of Michigan resources to help you think about your personal safety, talk about safety with your friends, and share responsibility for keeping our campus community a safe place. Here are a few to consider:
Sign up to receive University of Michigan emergency alerts.
Tools to stay safe online.
For many members of the University community, bicycling is the preferred mode of travel around campus. Do your part to stay safe when biking with these tips.
If you witness criminal or suspicious activity around campus, alert the police in a timely manner.
If you have a car, consider these tips from the U-M Department of Public Safety to keep yourself and your vehicle safe.
Work with your roommates and neighbors to keep your off-campus house safe this year. Always remember to lock your door, and review these tips to protect your home and your belongings.
Descriptions of the various late night transportation options available to students, including the University-run SafeRide program.
In 2012, the State of Michigan adopted a medical amnesty law to remove perceived barriers to minors seeking or calling for help after consuming alcohol.
Tips to prevent a fire in your off campus
house or apartment.