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contact information changes (for example, he or she gets a new phone number or would prefer another email address to be used), he or she should update their information in the required forms of the Student Portal.


If any student, faculty or staff member has reason to believe there is a dangerous situation or significant emergency on campus, he or she should immediately report it to Campus Safety & Security by calling (864) 977-7777.


As soon as it is confirmed that a significant emergency or dangerous situation exists, representatives of North Greenville University will take into account the safety of the campus community, determine what information to release about the situation, and begin the notification process. The only reason North Greenville University would not immediately issue a notification for a confirmed emergency or dangerous situation is if doing so will compromise efforts to assist a victim, contain the emergency, respond to the emergency, or otherwise mitigate the emergency. An example of not compromising efforts to mitigate the emergency might be agreeing to a request of local law enforcement or fire department officials.


Emergency Notifications


In the event a significant emergency or dangerous situation is reported, the following methods will be used to determine if a notification is deemed necessary:


For Safety-Related Events: Officers of the North Greenville University Office of Campus Safety and Security will confirm the report that there is a threat to the safety or security of the campus community and that it is on-going. They will report their findings to the Chief of Campus Safety & Security who will, with the assistance of the Senior Associate Vice President of Tigerville Operations, make the determination whether a notification is appropriate.


For Health-Related Events: If a health-related event is reported, CampusMinistry and Student Engagement and medical personnel will be consulted regarding any health-related events. If necessary, the Director of NGU Wellness Clinic or other Wellness Clinic personnel may consult with other health professionals, such as local hospital staff or the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). If qualified health


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