Campus Safety

The safety and security of the Clarkson College campus community is our priority. With the support of departments across campus, there is a continuing effort to keep our campus safe and secure. A truly safe campus can only be achieved through the cooperation of the entire campus community. We hope the following information will assist you in helping to foster a safe environment for yourself and other members of our campus community.

Emergency Preparedness Guide
Emergency Guide - Armed Intruder
Armed Intruder Training Video

Severe Weather Awareness Week 2023, Stay Informed

Nebraska Severe Weather Facts and Information - National Weather Service

Campus Security

PH 402.559.5111

Security for the entire Clarkson College campus is provided 24 hours a day courtesy of University of Nebraska Medical Center (UNMC) Security Department. The UNMC Campus Security website provides detailed information, including safety tips and crime reporting procedures, as well as services and resources offered.

Annual Safety Reporting

In November 1990, the Campus Awareness and Campus Security Act (Public Law 101-542) was signed into law. In part, this law requires colleges and universities to publish and distribute, through publications or mailings, an annual report of campus policies and crime statistics to all current students and employees and provide copies of the annual report to any applicant for enrollment or employment (upon request).

This information must be distributed by October 1 of each year.

2023 Clarkson College Annual Campus Security Report & Fire Safety Report
2023 Fire Safety Report
Missing Student Policy- Clarkson College Residence Hall specific.


When campus is closed, a crisis occurs or other news breaks at Clarkson College, e2Campus will call your cell phone, send you a text message and email your student account with an immediate alert. Contact the Facilities Services Coordinator at 402.552.3045 or via email if you have any questions.

Inclement Weather Closing

In the instance of the College closing, current students should check with their instructors regarding department-specific guidelines for handling clinical assignments.

The following television and radio stations are notified if the College should close due to inclement weather:

Television Radio
Action 3 News 1110 KFAB
KETV Star 104.5
KPTM Q98.5