The Assistant Vice President (AVP) for Campus Safety & Preparedness has the primary responsibility for the campus-wide functions of safety and security, crime prevention, and emergency operations/crisis management. The AVP assumes the lead role in emergency management and is responsible for ensuring the Institute’s Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) is appropriate, up to date and disseminated across the campus community.
The AVP for Campus Safety & Preparedness works closely with many campus stakeholders including Athletics, Student Life, Health Services, Counseling, Residential Life, Facilities, Risk Management, Public Safety, Title IX, and Learning Access, as well as the academic departments and event planning and management. The Campus Security Committee is Co-Chaired by the AVP.
Departments reporting to the AVP for Campus Safety & Preparedness include:
Rodric S. Bowman, DSc.
Assistant Vice President for Campus Safety & Preparedness