Safety on Campus
Safety on Campus
SAIBT and CELUSA classes are located on UniSA’s campus grounds which are considered relatively safe, however you still need to be alert about your own personal safety and risk of theft of your property. Tips on personal safety can be viewed on at the following link: www.unisa.edu.au/Campus-Facilities/Campus-security/Personal-safety-1/
UniSA have security staff on duty 24/7 on all of their campuses and are identifiable by their blue uniforms. To contact them use the security phone available at several locations on campus distinguished by a sign overhead which will automatically dial security. On internal university phones you will need to dial the extension 8888 or add the free call number 1800 500 911 to your mobile contact list. The security offices for each campus can be found at the following link: www.unisa.edu.au/Campus-Facilities/Campus-security/
Your safety is important to UniSA and to make it easy for you they have developed a free SafeZone app for mobiles. It connects you to the security team and alerts you or them to emergencies. Further information on the app are located at the following link: w3.unisa.edu.au/facilities/security/safezone.asp
Another service they offer are UniSafe escorts and vehicle escorts (limited dates through the year) where the security team can escort you to your vehicle, public transport location and approved student accommodation. For further information on this service such as the campus boundaries, how to book a UniSafe escort etc. are located at the following link: www.unisa.edu.au/Campus-Facilities/Campus-security/UniSafe-escorts/
Help us keep you safe and make the campus safer for everyone by following these tips and reporting anything suspicious to SAIBT/CELUSA or Campus Security.