RCC Safety Awareness
The College assists in keeping the campus safe, but a safe campus can only be achieved through the efforts and cooperation of all students, faculty, and staff. The information provided will assist you in working with the RCC community in ensuring the safety of yourself and others.
As a courtesy to our students, staff, and members of the academic community, the Facilities & Operations Department provides public assistance services on campus. Services include, but are not limited to:
Facilities and Security staff provide escorts to students and staff to parking lots or buildings upon request. The use of this service is especially encouraged after dark.
Facilities & Operations personnel are equipped with a battery jump kit in order to assist individuals parked on campus whose vehicle may need a battery jump.
Vehicle Lock Outs
Due to legal and technical issues the Facilities Staff are no longer able to provide vehicle entry (lockout) services. Please contact a local locksmith for services.
Facilities and Security staff assist authorized persons with unlocks to classrooms and offices.
Lost and Found
Rogue Central maintains a structured “Lost and Found” property system. Students who believe they may have lost property should contact Rogue Central by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or in person to find out if the property has been found. All found property is recorded and secured on campus. Found property will be held for one month from the date entered into Lost and Found. If the found property remains unclaimed after 30 days, they will be donated to Good Will. To find out where your campus Lost and Found is located visit Rogue Central online. On the Riverside campus, the Higher Education Center maintains a separate Lost and Found.
Air Quality Hotline for Burn Days
Three emergency towers are installed on the Redwood Campus. The towers have a button that when pushed sends a call directly to 9-1-1. A red light indicates the call has gone through. A speaker and a microphone are located on the tower through which the user can communicate with the 9-1-1 operator. A flashing blue light on the top of the tower alerts emergency personnel to the location of the call. Emergency towers are to be used only in case of emergency. Once activated, only the 9-1-1 operator can shut them off. For emergency tower locations, please see the Emergency Towers Locations [PDF].