COLLEGE TIP LINE
NCWC provides a confidential TIPLINE as a means by which community members may relay information anonymously. Our goal is to obtain information that leads to individual accountability regarding incidents that violate the college code of conduct, state or federal law or just information you think we need to know about. Thank you for helping make NCWC a better place to live, learn and work. All information is relayed confidentially without any identifying data.
Send a tip via the Tipline HERE
The Director of Security, his/her designee, and the Security officers are responsible for the enforcement of campus policies, traffic regulations,and emergency assistance. Upon request, Security personnel will provide after-dark escort service for students walking to and from campus facilities.
Although every effort is made to ensure campus safety, students have a major responsibility to use good judgment in their actions and to report immediately all suspicious and emergency situations to Campus Security or residence hall staff. Campus Security works closely with outside law enforcement agencies and contacts them for assistance when necessary.
Lost or stolen items should be reported immediately to Security staff. While the College takes all possible precautions to help residents protect their possessions, the College does not assume responsibility for items that are lost, stolen, or damaged. Students are advised to determine if their possessions are covered by parents’ home owner’s insurance or, if needed, invest in adequate personal property insurance.
Campus Security & Fire Safety Report
The safety and well-being of our students, faculty, staff, and visitors is of the utmost concern to the College. North Carolina Wesleyan University’s Annual Security and Fire Safety Report is prepared by using input from law enforcement and various campus officials. It complies with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act and is a part of the ongoing efforts to keep our campus informed and safe through available safety programs and services.
These PDF reports are best viewed on a desktop or in a printed format.