Residence Hall Security


Exterior doors of the residence halls on campus are locked 24 hours per day. Each hall is equipped with an outside courtesy phone which allows access for non-residents by calling for a resident to a secured door. Each hall has designated Residence Hall staff that patrol through the building and check the security of exterior doors and windows. Residence Hall staff, working with Campus Security & Public Safety, respond to calls for assistance within the halls, including contacting suspicious persons or unescorted visitors.

Crime Prevention Within Dorms

The message of crime prevention and security awareness is promoted in the Residence Halls. Residents are encouraged to report suspicious situations and take responsibility for making sure doors are not propped. CSPS officers meet frequently with Residence Hall staff to discuss security concerns and identify potential problems.

In order to insure safety and security within the Residence Halls, as well as preserve the students' right to privacy, soliciting of any type by any non- University person or group is prohibited. Violations of this policy should be immediately reported to Campus Security & Public Safety.

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Campus Security
Gonzaga University
Huetter Mansion
503 E. Sharp
Phone: 509-313-2222
Fax: 509-313-4151
Office hours: 9am-4pm, M-F
Scott Snider
Director, Campus Security & Public Safety
(509) 313-2290

Becky Wilkey
Associate Director, Campus Security & Public Safety
(509) 313-3996

Brian Best
Crime Prevention & Education Officer, Campus Security & Public Safety
(509) 313-4018

Matt Gerdes
Parking Enforcement Officer, Campus Security & Public Safety
(509) 313-6202

Parking/Office Coordinator
(509) 313-4147