Individuals under the age of 18 are not permitted in the SS@CC Administrative Suite or the Academic & Classroom Suite unless the minor is accompanied by an authorized adult and the minor is attending an acknowledged program, sanctioned event, admissions visit or official campus visit authorized by an university partner. An authorized adult is any individual, age 18 or older, paid or unpaid, who interacts with, supervises, chaperones, hosts or otherwise oversees minors in educational and/or recreational program activities. This includes, but is not limited to, faculty, staff, volunteers, graduate and undergraduate students, interns, employees of temporary employment agencies, and independent contractors/consultants.
If permitted on campus, affiliated minors must be accompanied by an authorized adult at all times and never left unattended. The SS@CC is not responsible for unaccompanied minors.
Exceptions to this policy require a written request for approval from the SS@CC Executive Director or the Center Operations Manager.
"Run, Hide, Fight" is a six minute video that instructs people on what to do in an active shooter scenario. In an active shooter situation, the individual must decide whether his/her best option is to run, to hide or to fight. To make that decision requires alertness and preparation. Awareness and training is the key to being prepared.
"Run, Hide, Fight" is an informative look at a difficult topic, and challenges the viewers to think about a personal response plan and provides tips on what to do to protect yourself and what to expect from local responders. Understanding your options ahead of time can make a life-or-death difference when seconds count.