The task force, established by President Kristina M. Johnson following the tragic death of Ohio State student Chase Meola, focused on recommendations to improve communication, engagement and support of residents on campus and in the near-campus neighborhoods.
The safety of the campus community is The Ohio State University’s top priority. Buckeye Alerts are one important tool to enhance the safety of students, faculty, staff and visitors.
The alerts, issued by the Department of Public Safety, let community members know when it has been determined that they need to take immediate action to remain safe.
“Buckeye Alerts are one of many tools in our safety tool kit,” said Monica Moll, director of public safety. “They are a critical part of Ohio State’s commitment to the safety of students, faculty and staff.”
Students are responding to an offer from The Ohio State University to increase their home security in the campus area.
The Office of Student Life’s Off-Campus and Commuter Student Services supports off-campus students with free safety devices, including window and door alarms and light timers. An email reminder to students this weekend garnered more than 500 requests for the service.
“It is available for all students at Ohio State although we primarily target the off-campus population, and we’ve been doing this for over 10 years now,” said Rachel DeMooy, program manager for Off-Campus...
On Thursday, October 15, President Kristina M. Johnson announced the establishment of the University Task Force on Community Safety and Well-Being to review safety issues on campus and in neighborhoods near the university. As university, law enforcement and community leaders come together to enhance the safety and well-being of our campus community, the university wants to remind students, faculty and staff of safety guidance and available resources.
With the start of the fall season, the days are getting darker much earlier. This week, university public safety officials are reminding students of some of the tools available to students to help keep them safe.
The Rave Guardian app allows students, faculty and staff to select friends or family as a virtual guardian to follow them via GPS tracking, using a destination-based timer. It’s a way to keep a virtual eye on loved ones as they travel.
Public safety officials at The Ohio State University are reminding students of some of the services available to make them safer on and off campus.
For a little more than a year, Ohio State has offered Lyft Ride Smart to eligible students to make a trip in the campus area safer after hours. The service offers discounted rides, inside the university-designated service area , from 9 p.m. to 3 a.m.
University, law enforcement and community leaders coming together to address safety on campus and in neighborhoods near campus
Kristina M. Johnson, president of The Ohio State University, announced today the establishment of a task force to review safety issues on campus and in neighborhoods near the university -- and to identify, implement and advocate for additional approaches that address violence, crime, and high-risk activities and behaviors.
The University Task Force on Community Safety and Well-Being will deliver its...
Oct 20 - 6 p.m. - Virtual The Ohio State University Alumni Association and the Office of Diversity and Inclusion partnered with the "Ohio State Alumni Magazine" to create this four-part series. The first webinar on Oct. 20 is the Path Forward, a dialogue with Ohio State President Kristina M. Johnson and the co-chairs of the university Task Force on Racism and Racial Inequities, Vice Provost James L. Moore III and Dean Tom Gregoire. More .
The Optometry Clinic and Health Sciences Faculty Office Building takes the place of three buildings at the corner of W. 11th Avenue and Neil Avenue. The building will include optometry clinics, retail, faculty offices and support spaces. The facility is scheduled to open in November 2020.
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