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Happy Thanksgiving!

No classes November 24–28; offices open Nov. 24–25 only

Campus Security

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The Huntingdon College Office of Security serves the College community 24 hours a day, protecting life and property, preventing and detecting crime, and maintaining a successful parking and traffic system. The Campus Security office is located in the Wilson Center, Room 112. Security officers may be reached by any campus telephone by dialing ext. 4463.

*Emergency Management Plan

Security Phones

Security phones are located outside each residence hall and in the Searcy and Narrow Lane parking lots.

Escort Service

Campus Security provides an escort service for those who are traveling across campus at night and for those who have mobility challenges, whether temporary or permanent. You may call extension 4463  (or 334-833-4463) to request security assistance.

Security Measures

Campus Security has the authority to detain suspects and to make arrests within certain guidelines under the provisions of state law. Should any criminal activity occur at an off-campus event recognized by the College, Campus Security will be notified.

Building Security

To maintain security, academic buildings are locked at 10:00 p. m. and unlocked at 6:00 a.m. Monday through Friday, and closed on Saturday and Sunday except during scheduled activities. Students who need access to non-residential buildings after hours must present to Campus Security written permission from an authorized faculty or staff person. Campus Security will not permit less than two people at a time inside a building after hours and on weekends.

Please note that the front gates of the campus are closed at 10:00 p.m. each night and remain closed during College breaks.  Please do not leave vehicles parked inside the front gates after 10:00 p.m.

Criminal Activity Off-campus

Huntingdon College enjoys and strives to maintain constructive, harmonious relationships with the residents of Montgomery and neighboring communities. Students must respect the rights and property of those who live and work in these communities. Students who violate this principle and/or whose behavior jeopardizes the College’s positive relationship with local communities may, if applicable, be subject to criminal/civil prosecution. The College will also take disciplinary action separately from any civil or criminal proceedings and will not be subject to challenge on the grounds that criminal charges involving the same off-campus incident are in litigation or have been dismissed.

  • More information concerning security, including sexual harrassment policies, traffic, and parking procedures may be found in the Student Handbook.
  •  View Huntingdon’s campus crime rates.