Bryn Mawr College's Campus Safety Department operates continuously to provide a safe environment for our faculty, staff, students and visitors that is conducive to both academic achievement and social development.
The Campus Safety Department is located in the John J. Maloney Building in the Campus Safety Parking Lot also known as the Upper Science lot. The office provides 24-hour, seven-days-a-week services to the community that include security, fire safety, and parking. The department has a total of 24 staff members, 18 full time.
Campus Safety reports to the Chief Financial Officer of the College and cooperates with a variety of campus offices and organizations to enhance community safety.
Emergency Contact Information
- From an on-campus phone line or phone box: x7911
- Off campus: (610) 526-7911
- Campus and Emergency Phone Map (PDF)
If off-campus and police assistance is required: dial 911
It is also recommended to call Campus Safety first before calling 911 but if you do require emergency police and other assistance, from any campus phone, please dial 9911. (For all outside calls from any campus phone you must press 9 first, then the phone number.)
Reporting a Crime or Incident
In the event of a crime or medical emergency, community members, students, faculty, staff, and guests are encouraged to report all crimes and other safety related incidents to the Bryn Mawr College Campus Safety Department in a timely manner by dialing x7911 or 610-526-7911. For more information, see the annual security and fire safety report.
The Lantern Van operates from 7 p.m. to 1 a.m. seven days a week while classes are in session. To request a transport, please call 610-526-7900 (extension 7900 on campus). After Lantern Van hours, please call the Campus Safety Department at 610-526-7911 for an escort. Should you have other questions pertaining to the Tri-College Transportation System, visit the Transportation website.
Students are expected to carry their official identification card at all times on campus, and the ID card can be used to identify themselves to Campus Safety or other officials when requested.