Our highest priority is keeping the Rhodes campus safe and secure. This is essential to providing an exceptional learning, working, and living environment. Our Campus Safety Department, located at #5 Spann on the northwest corner of University and Tutwiler, employs 30 dedicated women and men who are licensed guards with the State of Tennessee, working in three shifts daily. We also appreciate the strong collaborations we have with our on-campus and off-campus partners. By working together, we can achieve our goal of maintaining a safe and secure campus.
Campus Safety can be reached 24/7 by calling:
901-843-3333 (for emergencies)
Additional Safety Resources
Critical Campus Communications
Rhodes uses a mass alert system capable of emailing, texting, and calling all students, faculty, and staff in an emergency. In addition, Critical Communications, including timely warnings, weather alerts, and emergency notifications are provided online and are updated as needed.
Comprehensive plans and approaches are in place at the college level to address a variety of emergency situations.
Incident Reporting Form
Campus Safety investigates all reports of employee misconduct or breach of duty, including internal investigations initiated through anonymous complaints and third party reports.
Title IX and Sexual Misconduct Policy
The Title IX Coordinator works with the administration, students, faculty, staff, campus police, and other support services to ensure foster a campus community free of illegal gender discrimination and sexual violence.
The Counseling Center provides 24/7/365 access to counseling and wellness tools to ensure students thrive at Rhodes.
Student Health Center
Students can seek advice and treatment for a wide range of medical needs, such as strep, flu, treatment of ENT infections, and some in-house lab work, as well as obtain a prescription or free over-the-counter non-prescription medicines.
Office of Violence Prevention
The Office of Violence Prevention coordinates and facilitates programming and education on sexual assault, dating and domestic violence, and stalking.
Student Accessibility Services (SAS)
SAS ensures students with disabilities experience access and inclusion in their educational programs through accommodations or other modifications.