Campus Safety


To provide for the safety of all members of the Seton Hill community and to enhance the quality of life on campus, the University maintains a Campus Police Department that provides coverage for all areas of campus 7 days a week, 24 hours a day. The Campus Police Department is composed of trained professionals with full police powers.  Campus Police can be reached by phone at all times, and can also be summoned by using any of the emergency call buttons (marked with blue lights) on campus.

In addition to our dedicated campus security personnel, Seton Hill benefits from the support of the City of Greensburg police (who are also an academic partner, helping to educate students in our criminal justice program), fire and emergency response teams. Greensburg’s hospital, Excela Health Westmoreland, is five minutes from campus (and partners with Seton Hill in educating Physician Assistant Program students, and with the Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine at Seton Hill in training doctors.) Seton Hill also has a long-standing educational partnership with Blackburn Center Against Domestic and Sexual Violence.

Campus Alert System

All members of the Seton Hill community are given free access to the University’s Campus Alert System, which provides text message or email alerts in the case of severe weather or campus emergencies. (If you are a current student, staff or faculty member who has not yet signed up for the Campus Alert System, you can do so here.)

Campus Safety – Contact Information

Campus Police
(724) 830-4999 or 4999 from any campus telephone.
Office: 117 Lowe Hall

IN AN EMERGENCY (requests for medical assistance, police and fire department services, student services assistance or urgent maintenance issues) the Campus Police may be reached by calling (724) 244-2192 or 4911 from any campus telephone.

Director of Public Safety, Transportation and Parking
(724) 830-4998 or 4998 from any campus telephone.
Office: 115 Lowe Hall
Office Hours: Monday - Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.


2015 Annual Security Report and Fire Safety Report (Clery Act Report)

2015 Pennsylvania State Crime Report