Strategies for Remaining Safe at school

 

How to Stay Safe on Campus

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5 CAMPUS SAFETY TIPS FOR COLLEGE FRESHMAN | SAFETY EXPERT MATT PASQUINILLI

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STAYING SAFE! MACE & PERSONAL ALARM + 8 SAFETY TIPS FOR ANY AGE

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COLLEGE PARTY ADVICE: What You NEED to Know to Stay Safe

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5 tips to stay safe at college

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How to Stay Safe in College: The Buddy System

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Safety Tips Every College Student Needs

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Top 15 College Safety Tips Make sure the main door to your hall or apartment building is locked at all times. You wouldn’t just leave the front door to your house open, would you? Don’t let anyone into your hall or apartment building that you don’t know. While social media is intended to share pictures with friends and the places you’re visiting, it’s not always safe.

In an environment like a college campus, you need to be more conscientious about your surroundings – and telling everyone your plans can leave you vulnerable. Choose the right settings to keep yourself safe. “Be a good friend,” says SABRE College Safety Program Manager Marisa McKay. “Make a plan with your friends beforehand and don’t leave anyone behind at a party, especially if they’re at a stage where they can’t make the best decisions for themselves.”. Another form of protection is the personal safety app, SafeTrek, which was specifically designed for students.

When they are walking alone, students launch the app and hold their thumb down on the safe button. Once they are home or in a safe location, they release their thumb and enter a pin. Safety tips for remote learning Invest in some good anti-malware and antivirus protection. If your academic future (or at least one semester of it) exists in cyberspace, make sure you’re protected from scammers and hackers.

The number one rule for staying safe at a college party (if you’re drinking anywhere other than at home) is to guard your drink. Never put your drink down, and if for some reason you do, don’t take your eyes off it. If you lose track of your drink during the night, don’t drink it once you find it. Using a VPN is one of the top internet safety tips for students, giving them a virtual umbrella with which to fend off most attacks.

The best VPNs will help prevent phishing attacks and keep man-in-the-middle attacks at bay as well. Stay Informed: Most schools set up text and email alerts that give them an immediate way to contact students during an emergency. Be sure your school has your correct cell phone number and email address. College should be a time for learning, growth, and fun. Let’s follow these tips and keep it that way.

Here are some ways to stay safe at college parties: 1. Stay in a group. When you are going out, always stay in a group. Just follow these tips for staying safe at college parties. 1. Use the buddy system.

Always go to parties with at least one friend and walk with them there and when you leave.

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Don’t leave other possessions lying around unattended on campus, even in the library, student union, gym, or classrooms.

“Gender on Campus: Issues for College Women” by Sharon Gmelch, Marcie Heffernan Stoffer, Jody Lynn Yetzer
from Gender on Campus: Issues for College Women
by Sharon Gmelch, Marcie Heffernan Stoffer, Jody Lynn Yetzer
Rutgers University Press, 1998

Lock your stuff up when you leave the dorms on breaks or trips, and DO NOT leave any computer equipment behind.

“The College Buzz Book” by Vault Editors
from The College Buzz Book
by Vault Editors
Vault.com, 2006

Campus is also well-lit and well-traveled, so as long as you take basic precautions (lock your doors and windows when you’re not home; don’t walk alone), UD is a safe place to be.

“The College Buzz Book” by Carolyn C. Wise, Stephanie Hauser
from The College Buzz Book
by Carolyn C. Wise, Stephanie Hauser
Vault.com, 2007

Even at college you have likely heard your friends sending messages to you or other friends such as “Don’t drink too much,” “Be sure to have a designated driver,” and “Take condoms just in case.”

“Health Communication in the 21st Century” by Kevin B. Wright, Lisa Sparks, H. Dan O'Hair
from Health Communication in the 21st Century
by Kevin B. Wright, Lisa Sparks, H. Dan O’Hair
Wiley, 2012

If you don’t have anyone to meet you after class, call campus security.

“Cambridge Preparation for the TOEFL® Test Book with CD-ROM” by Jolene Gear, Robert Gear
from Cambridge Preparation for the TOEFL® Test Book with CD-ROM
by Jolene Gear, Robert Gear
Cambridge University Press, 2006

Study campus risks, with emphasis on personal safety.

“Handbook of Loss Prevention and Crime Prevention” by Lawrence J. Fennelly
from Handbook of Loss Prevention and Crime Prevention
by Lawrence J. Fennelly
Elsevier Science, 2003

Those tips included advice such as not going to parties alone, being aware of your surroundings, and not leaving drinks unattended for fear of the date rape drug being used.

“Framing the Victim: Domestic Violence, Media, and Social Problems” by Nancy Berns
from Framing the Victim: Domestic Violence, Media, and Social Problems
by Nancy Berns
Aldine de Gruyter, 2004

Never be caught off campus after dark.

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from The Emancipation of Robert Sadler: The Powerful True Story of a Twentieth-Century Plantation Slave
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Baker Publishing Group, 2012

Don’t imagine that dangerous types don’t existon campus, don’t imagine that you can make them less dangerous, and don’t imagine that you’re somehow immune from harm—just stay away from them.

“How to Stay Christian in College” by J. Budziszewski
from How to Stay Christian in College
by J. Budziszewski
The Navigators, 2014

For example, arrive to class late, drop your keys, wear your shirt inside out, or knock over some unbreakable items in a supermarket.

“The Shyness and Social Anxiety Workbook: Proven, Step-by-Step Techniques for Overcoming Your Fear” by Martin M. Antony
from The Shyness and Social Anxiety Workbook: Proven, Step-by-Step Techniques for Overcoming Your Fear
by Martin M. Antony
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  • love this video! The only thing I would add is look into the trees as you are walking sometimes weirdos wait up there to jump on you.

  • pffft fuck safety apps i just carry this http://www.imfdb.org/images/thumb/7/72/NickelPlatedM1911A1.jpg/350px-NickelPlatedM1911A1.jpg

  • This is very good. I am aware of good people who are followed and I am aware of people who have done evil things to others and they get followed. It is better to be good and trust your instincts and continue, never become a prisoner because of anyone, just alter your routine if you can.

  • Love the video, thanks Brittany!
    Also I want to know what was your reaction to the hazing at penn state? It’s really scary, how do you know which frats/sororities haze? Does it depend on university?

  • Hi Bria, where did you get that circle thing that connect one set with another set that you showed how to separate it at the beginning of your video? Is it too hard to pull the personal alarm and put it back? Does it go off if it falls accidentally?

  • super helpfull tips to apply in life in general thanks I will make sure also
    to share with my niece ho is about to start college.!!!! thanks

  • You are like my favorite sorority go to youtuber! I’m only a freshman in high school but i really want to be in a sorority at University of Texas at Austin. I subscribed!��

  • Definitely agree with the watching your drink being poured or pouring it yourself because my friend had a bad experience with having one of our close friends pouring too much for her. Make sure that you understand even your friends aren’t always trust worthy, even if it is an accident! Also, if you go to a party to hook up with someone, still make sure you go with friends in case things get weird and you need an out. Great advice and great video!

  • Great stuff! There was a push a few years ago for safety apps “designed” for real estate agents. Thankfully, not many agents bought them. Like you, I had very direct conversations with many of the app developers. My experience with them, however, was pretty different. Apparently, they didn’t like being called out for false claims they made about their apps. Personal safety is a big issue for me and you can find some video on the subject on my channel and much more is to come. Long story short, I’m glad you’re doing what you’re doing and I will be sharing your content with my audience on here and elsewhere! Kudos!