Emergency Information


 

 

      

 

Victoria College police have arrested an individual on a robbery charge in what originally was reported as an assault that occurred near the VC/UHV Library on Monday.  The suspect, acting alone, attempted to rob a VC student as she entered her vehicle in the library parking lot.  Through diligent investigation, VC police were able to identify, locate and arrest the suspect Monday evening.  With the arrest, no further threat exists at this time.

Please remember the following safety tips:

  • Even during daylight hours, check your surroundings as you approach your vehicle.
  • Check your vehicle visually before entering it.
  • There are strength in numbers – considering using the buddy system.
  • Have a plan in advance regarding personal safety.
  • Alert campus police and security to any suspicious or criminal activity. This helps ensure that criminals are discouraged prior to, or apprehended quickly after, committing an offense.  Identification can be asked of any person on campus at any time.

Updated at 1:22 p.m., September 30, 2014

 

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Should an emergency situation occur, you will receive information from UHV by phone, e-mail and text message.* 

FOR STUDENTS:

The process to review and update your information is simple:
Go to https://www.uhv.edu/LoginMyUHV.aspx

Log in to MyUHV.  

Click on UHV Self-Service.

  1. Select “Campus Personal Information.”
  2. Make your changes.

FOR STAFF AND FACULTY:

The process to review and update your information is simple:
Go to https://www.uhv.edu/LoginMyUHV.aspx

  1. Log in to MyUHV
  2. Click on P.A.S.S. Employee Self-Service.

In the event of an emergency, you also can check the UHV Emergency Information Web site at http://www.uhvemergency.info/ for the latest postings. This site will remain active even if UHV’s main Web site goes down.

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