Campus is very safe all over. The small size makes Campus Safety's job easier because they are able to patrol the grounds quickly and efficiently. The only area that is somewhat more unsafe than the rest of campus is the group of buildings across the street from the main campus area (nursing, communication, and humanities buildings). When it comes to this area, students are advised to get a ride home from Campus Safety after the sun goes down.
Students generally feel safe walking around at night because the campus is so small; anywhere a student needs to go is never very far. As such, walking at night is not as dangerous. Plus, all the areas are lit brightly, so the chances of someone sneaking up to surprise someone else are very slim. Campus police are very visible and known by most students. They are always driving around in golf carts, giving rides to students, and patrolling the area. If anything were to happen to a student, a safety officer would undoubtedly be there right away. In terms of health safety, the student health center is not as reliable. While the hours of the center are reasonable, the advanced registered nurse practitioner is not present during the same hours of the facility, only there about half the time with appointments necessary. Other than that, everyone in the health center is very nice and willing to help out in any way.