Charleston Southern ranked #2 for campus safety in state
Campus safety is determined using information provided by crime reports from colleges and universities and by looking at crime in the community surrounding the schools. StateUniversity.com’s website says that colleges are “ranked for campus safety on a scale that accounts for severity of a crime as well as frequency of a crime.”
“We've implemented numerous strategic initiatives addressing campus security over the past 10 years including surveillance cameras, electronic alert systems with integrated technology applications, card-access only residential hall entrances, thorough background checks, code of conduct policies, etc. -- initiatives focused on providing a safe and secure campus environment for our students, faculty, staff and campus guests,” said Dr. Rick Brewer, vice president for student affairs and athletics.
For more information on this recognition and how CSU ranks with other South Carolina schools, visit StateUniversity.com.