Campus Public Safety Contact Information
- Calling from an on-campus phone: ext. 545
- Calling from a cell phone: (231) 777-0545
- If no answer, call the Director of Physical Plant at (231) 740-0315 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Monday-Thursday: 7:30 a.m. – 7 p.m.
- Friday: 7:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
- Call security and they will contact a custodian.
Emergencies During Weekend and Non-Public Hours
These should be reported to one of the following in the order listed:
- Security from an on-campus phone: ext. 545
- From cell: (231) 777-0545
- College Services Evening Coordinator: (231) 343-4154
- Physical Plant Director: (231) 777-0315
Title IX Campus Resources
Title IX Coordinator
Jason Cooper (he/his)
Director of Compliance and Title IX Coordinator
(231) 777-0690, Room 2109T
Deputy Title IX Coordinators
Kristine Anderson (she/her)
Executive Director of Human Resources
(231) 777-0447, Room 2109M
Sally Birkam (she/her)
Dean of Student Services
(231) 777-0216, Room 1055E
Director of Athletics (he/his)
(231) 777-0462, Health and Wellness Center Room 134A
Eli Fox (she/her)
Manager of Student Success and Veterans Affairs
(231) 777-0342, Room 2109V
Tonette Brown-Garner (she/her)
College Services Evening Coordinator
(231) 777-0654, Room 1360C
Seth York (he/his)
(231) 777-0296, Room 1050E
Campus Safety and Security Resources
The Physical Plant Department and Administrative Services Department are responsible for security and emergency responses at Muskegon Community College. The departments are also responsible for providing support services designed to meet the needs of the college community. Some of these services are as follows:
- Register and provide parking permits for students
- Test and maintain all fire prevention equipment and alarms
- Provide crime prevention and safety lectures and seminars
- Inspect buildings for safety compliance
- Make emergency notifications
- Provide an escort to your car when requested
We believe that almost every crime committed on campus is preventable. The cooperation and involvement of students and employees is absolutely necessary in providing a safe learning environment. Individuals must assume responsibility for their own personal safety and the security of their personal belongings by taking simple, practical precautions. The following are suggestions in which members of the campus community can reduce their chances of suffering from a violation of their property or themselves:
- Report all suspicious activities to the Security Department
- Mark your property such as laptop computers, tape recorders, calculators, radios, etc.
- Keep valuables with you.
- Do not leave books, jewelry, purses, wallets, backpacks or other valuables unattended.
- Do not leave purses in desks or file cabinets unattended unless the cabinet or desk is locked.
- Do not leave valuables on a chair behind you while at a study carrel.
Located throughout campus is an array of electronic surveillance equipment that covers both interior and exterior areas of the campus.
For more information, view the complete Annual Campus Safety and Security Report.