Emergency Text Service

Get notified about campus emergencies - inclement weather, hostile intruders, facility malfunctions - with NMU's Emergency Text Alert Program. Signing up is free and your information stays confidential. Register here.


Student Health

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When on the NMU Campus
Services Building NMU’s Public Safety and Police Services is located in the Services Building. Campus Map
Check mark Looking for a specific form to submit to NMU Public Safety? You can find them here: Complete List
Parked Cars Where can you park with your parking decal?  Check out NMU’s parking map.
bike All bikes must be registered through MyNMU. The application can be found under the 'Student Services' tab
Bike If you see a crime happening or know of illegal activity, you can provide information to Public Safety online at Anonymous Crime Tips. To learn more go to Crime Tips.
Police Shield In accordance with state and federal laws, it is mandatory that registered sex offenders taking classes, living or working at NMU report to NMU Public Safety. Michigan Sex Offender Website
Handgun If you are visiting campus with a weapon and have a concealed weapon permit, you can register and store it at Public Safety and Police Services.
Alerts
NMU Public Safety
Parking on Campus

Stay informed of changes to parking on campus for the 2014- 2015 school year. 

When There’s an Emergency

Dial 911 for the following types of emergencies:

  • 911Police Assistance
  • Fire
  • Ambulance

For NMU Health Center emergencies, call 906-227-2355.

Learn more about NMU emergency guidelines.

Parking on Campus

Stay informed of changes to parking on campus for the 2014- 2015 school year. 

Jobs Listing
Northern’s Police Training Institute collects information on available public safety positions nationally. Check back regularly as the list is frequently updated.
Fire Safety Report

This guide is published annually with section 485(i) of the Higher Education Opportunity Act. All currently registered students as well as employees are directly mailed a notice by October 1 of each year that includes a statement of the report's availability, the exact electronic address at which the report is posted, a brief description of the report's contents, and a statement that the institution will provide a paper copy of the report upon request to NMU. An electronic version is available here.