A priority on Campus Safety

A priority on Campus Safety

A healthy and safe educational, professional and residential community is a top priority at Texas A &M-Corpus Christi. We take your safety seriously, preventing and preparing for emergencies and crime while providing training and outreach services, comprehensive resources and reporting options. In a crisis or emergency situation, call 911 and 361-825-4444

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Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi Police Department is committed to providing quality professional law enforcement which ensures a safe and secure learning and working environment.
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The Code Blue Emergency Notification System, is a comprehensive alert system which can connect with students, faculty and staff during emergency situations. The notifications include emails, text and pre-recorded messages. Emergencies can include severe weather warnings, threats, school closures, evacuations and other incidents which disrupt regular campus activities.
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If there is reason to believe that a student that resides on-campus is missing, please immediately notify the University Police Department (UPD) at 361-825-4444. If a student that resides off campus is reported missing to university personnel, UPD will notify the proper law enforcement agency, as soon as reasonably possible, and assist with the investigation.
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The TAMU-CC Campus Security and Fire Safety report includes statistics for the previous three years concerning fires reported at student housing and reported crimes that occurred on-campus; in certain off-campus buildings or property owned or controlled by TAMU-CC; and on public property within, or immediately adjacent to and accessible from, the campus. The report also includes institutional policies concerning campus security, sexual assault, and other matters.
View Clery report here

TAMU-CC provides resources to students, faculty, and staff to address concerns related to sexual harassment, sexual assault (rape), sexual misconduct, and sex discrimination through the Title IX Coordinator
Report a Title IX offense

Student Emergency Aid Fund is to provide limited, last resort, financial assistance to currently enrolled students who are experiencing a serious financial hardship due to a sudden emergency, accident, or unforeseen event that requires additional emergency monetary assistance in order to support their ability to stay enrolled and focused on their academic career.
Apply for aid here

I-CARE is the Island University's behavioral intervention team for students of concern. We assist students to move from a state of distress to a sense of safety, well-being and success.
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The University Counseling Center promotes student well-being and success. We offer free and confidential professional counseling as well as online mental health resources to currently enrolled students. Our services are safe and confidential and are designed to be personalized and relevant for each individual Islander.
Counseling Resources

The University Health Center provides TAMU-CC students quality comprehensive services, integrating clinical treatment, health education, preventive services and public health responsibilities. Services are confidential, student-centered, ­and tailored to the diverse needs of our Islanders.
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Corpus Christi is home to some of the most beautiful beaches the Coastal Bend has to offer. Islander are encouraged to be vigilant about dangers at the beach such as rip currents. A rip tide creates a strong current that sucks swimmers out into deep waters. Take note of the beach warning flags and what each color means.
Learn the Flags here.

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Preventing and preparing for emergencies and crime while providing training and outreach services, comprehensive resources and reporting options is a main focus here, at the Island University.