24 Hours, Seven Days/Week
Contact Campus Safety, Counseling & Psychological Services and Hamilton College Emergency Medical Services at 315-859-4000
Emergency Medical Response
All Officers are trained in CPR, the use of an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) and basic first aid. The Officers partner with Hamilton College EMS and Central Oneida County Volunteer Ambulance Corps (COCVAC).
Crime Prevention Programs
The College conducts educational programs on sexual assault prevention, alcohol and other drugs, and general issues of personal safety during orientation and at other times during the academic year. In addition, the Campus Safety conducts workshops in residence halls and other venues by request.
Personal Safety Escorts
From dusk to dawn, personal safety escorts from and to any on-campus location are provided to members of the campus community. Escorts will be completed via vehicle or foot patrol.
Lockouts & Access to Facilities
Campus Safety assists students who locked themselves out of their residence room. With the exception of the residence halls, which are locked at all times, most campus facilities are normally open when classes are in session or by special request coordinated with the Director of Campus Safety.
The office provides non-emergency transportation to and from the Health Center, classes and students’ on campus residences. Approval for this service is granted by the Health Center or Athletic Training Staffs.
Lost & Found
If you find any property, please report it or bring it to the Campus Safety office. If you have lost any property, contact Campus Safety to determine if it has been turned in. Call 315-859-4141 or via Zoom.
Emergency Siren Test
The College's Emergency Siren Test will be completed four times a year (once each quarter).
- Saturday, January 13, 2024 @ 11:30 AM.
- Saturday, April 13, 2024 @ 11:30 AM.
- Saturday, August 10, 2024 @ 11:30 AM.
- Fourth Quarter Test, which will coincide with Shelter - In - Place Drill, TBD
Anonymously report suspicious activity by texting, emailing, or leaving a voicemail from a cell phone or computer regarding the activity they have observed. The information sent by the user is delivered to Campus Safety computers and cell phones and can be immediately acted upon by members of Campus Safety. Information received remains anonymous for all users.