University offices and policies work together to provide a safe and wholesome campus and give all students the support they need to flourish.
The Health Center is located in the basement of Main Hall. The Health Center offers a variety of services for students, including over the counter medications, first aid supplies, strep tests, urine tests, b/p and weight checks, allergy shot clinics, etc. Students who miss class because of illness and need a sick note for their professor should contact the Health Center on the day of their illness. Students who are sick, or have questions about their health, should feel free to contact the Health Center.
Campus Security is responsible for safety and security on campus. They help ensure that civil laws and university rules are maintained on campus and provide public safety officers to keep University properties safe. They also enforce campus parking rules, lock and unlock campus buildings, clear employees and students to drive university vehicles, and issue keys.
Parking Office Hours: Monday through Friday, 12pm to 2 pm.
If you need to drive a university vehicle please contact the Campus Security Office. Please give at least 4 days advance notice prior to the date you will need the vehicle.
In the event that an ongoing or continuing threat arises, a campus wide “timely warning” will be issued through the university email system to students, faculty, and staff. A notice may also be posted on the university website. Anyone with information warranting a timely warning should report the circumstances to Campus security at 540-261-4911.
To receive warnings about emergencies and dangerous situations in the surrounding area, visit alertrockbridge.com.
|In case of emergency call 911|
|Police for non-emergencies||540-261-6171|
|Campus Security (available 24/7)||540-261-4911|
Sexual assualt hotline
|Jacob Smith, Director of Campus Security
to report a crime in confidence
The Student Support Center provides counseling and services for students with mental or emotional struggles to include learning disabilities. We provide a safe atmosphere for students to address their needs in a confidential manner. The center is located in the second floor of Main Hall. For a confidential appointment contact Michael Gibbons at 540-261-8470 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org
In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Southern Virginia honors requests for reasonable accommodations made by students with disabilities. Students must self-disclose their documented disability to the Student Support Center (SSC), which coordinates accommodations between students and professors. Professors are not advised of the nature or details of the disability unless the students themselves choose to discuss it with them. Students should take care of the necessary documentation and paperwork with the SSC early in the semester. Accommodations for disabilities are not made until the professor is provided with proper documentation and will not be implemented retroactively for assignments due previous to notification.
Southern Virginia University is committed to protecting students in accordance with Title IX.