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2018-2019 Student Handbook & University Policies 
2018-2019 Student Handbook & University Policies [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Campus Safety Department

Welcome to Life University Campus Safety Department

The Campus Safety Department is charged with responding to all types of emergency and non-emergency events, as well as enforcing Life University parking regulations. The campus is patrolled 24/7/365, and we work with local emergency response agencies such as Marietta Police Department, Cobb County Sheriff and Marietta Fire Department.

We enjoy a beautiful and secure campus. Still, we remain highly vigilant in patrolling the campus and educating students and staff about the importance of crime prevention and personal protection. Perhaps most importantly, we nurture a culture of integrity and self-responsibility throughout the academic experience and in extracurricular activities through the Eight Core Proficiencies and the Honor Code. We promote high standards of behavior and expect students to live up to these standards. Be smart and be safe!

Life University complies with federal and state laws and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, religion, national origin, age, sexual orientation, disability, medical condition, pregnancy, citizenship or veteran status. This may require the Department to notify the Office of Student Services and local police departments of violations of law that also violate University policy or codes of conduct and vice versa.

Contact Information

Location: Campus Safety is located in Mod 2 behind the Learning Resources Center (LRC).


  • From a Life University land line phone: Ext. 2911
  • From a cell phone: (770) 426-2911

We encourage everyone in the community to add the full number into their cell phone contacts.

Access to Campus Facilities

The Campus Safety Department monitors all access to campus facilities. The campus is regularly patrolled, and facilities are locked and unlocked at appropriate times. All users of the University facilities are encouraged to express safety concerns they have while on campus by contacting the Campus Safety Department. Remember to have your University ID on you at all times, especially if you need assistance to get into a secured building or space.

General Information

A general visitor is defined as a person who is neither a student, faculty or staff member nor practice partner at Life University. Visitors who plan to visit the Life University campus can obtain a parking permit from the department that they are visiting, or by stopping by the Campus Safety office located in Mod 2 behind the Learning Resources Center (LRC). The following information will need to be provided by the visitor:

Proof of identification (driver’s license, ID card).

Vehicle information: make, model, color and license plate.

Departments may obtain a parking pass in advance for their guest by a written, email or facsimile request to the Campus Safety Department at least 24 hours in advance.

Outside Photographers and Media Personnel

An outside photographer is defined as a person who is neither a student, faculty or staff member and is not working for the University’s Marketing Department.

Media Personnel is defined as any person who is affiliated with any newspaper, magazine, radio station or any other channel of communication in which messages are transferred or transmitted to a large, wide-scattered audience.

Outside Photographers and Media Personnel who plan to visit the Life University campus must obtain a visitor parking pass prior to conducting activity on the campus. The parking pass can be obtained by means outlined in the previous section. Visitor parking is available in spaces marked as such.

The following information will need to be provided by Outside Photographers and Media Personnel:

Proof of identification (driver’s license, ID card).

Vehicle information: make, model, color and license plate.

Outside Photographers must also sign a Waiver of Liability/Hold Harmless agreement, as well as a $100 per day fee for photographers and videographers to use our campus facilities. The Waiver of Liability/Hold Harmless agreement must be signed in-person in the Campus Safety Department located in Mod 2 behind the Learning Resources Center (LRC).

Crime Prevention

Monitoring Of Campus Criminal Activities

Life University operates LVR and The Commons apartments, which are a part of our campus. It is the policy of Life University Campus Safety Department to maintain regular patrol of the complexes for the purpose of crime prevention. It is our goal to encourage the highest level of integrity from our students on and off campus. We as an institution provide the guidance and information necessary to our students to make this possible. This is accomplished through available counseling on campus, community assistance and a published list of resources available to our students and staff by which they can receive necessary assistance and guidance. These resources are available from the Campus Safety Department and from our on-campus counseling staff.

Crime Prevention

The Life University Campus Safety Department takes the position that it is best to inform students and employees of unsafe practices. This may include thefts of property, alcohol or drug abuse, rape, other sexual offenses, stalking and domestic violence. Each student or employee can exercise due caution while Life University provides assistance and helps everyone prepare themselves to avoid becoming a victim of any crime.

Life University utilizes a phone app called LiveSafe to help empower Student, Staff and Faculty to be able to contact Campus Safety about anything that needs addressed. This includes observations of criminal activity, safety hazards, and maintenance concerns. The app which can be downloaded for Android or Apple phones is available in their respective stores. The app allows anyone to send pictures, video, or text messages to the Campus Safety Officers on duty, The app also works outside the Campus with local law enforcement or on other University Campuses that also use the program.

Emergency Action Plan

Life University is committed to protecting the health and safety of all students, staff, faculty and visitors at all times.

In conjunction with this commitment is the inherent responsibility for preventing or minimizing any danger to life and/or property resulting from the effects of an emergency. When an emergency occurs, an immediate organized response by University personnel is activated. The Life University Emergency Action Plan (EAP) established the framework within which the University will provide this response. The purpose of this EAP is to define procedures for responding to specific types of emergencies on the LIFE campus.

In the event of a rapidly unfolding campus emergency, Life University has adopted an Emergency Action Plan (EAP), which is available on the Campus Safety page on the LIFE.edu website. The EAP uses a multi-pronged approach to alert all students, faculty and staff of the situation and to advise them on what to do. Notification is supported by Alertus (TM) beacons inside all buildings, SMS text messaging and website posting. Additional information may be communicated via mass email and voicemail, depending on the type of situation. In order to receive emergency notification by SMS text messaging, which is highly recommended, you must register to receive it. To register for this emergency notification, go the Campus Safety web page and follow the link on the EAP section.

Driving and Parking Information

Life University Vehicle Registration Process

All vehicles on Life University property are required to be registered and display a parking decal or temporary permit in accordance with listed guidelines. The decals or permits can be obtained at the Campus Safety Department office located at Mod 2, Monday through Friday between 7:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m., excluding holidays and other school closing days. A valid Driver’s License, LIFE ID and Vehicle Registration are required to obtain a parking decal.

Life University provides parking for vehicles that display a valid parking decal, which must be affixed as prescribed. A valid parking decal should be affixed on the lower left side of the rear window on the outside of the vehicle or on the stationary portion of the fork on motorcycles. Convertibles or cars with louvers may place the decal on the outside on the front windshield in a place not to block your vision while driving. Valid temporary decals must be displayed on the dashboard of the vehicle with identification information being clearly visible to the outside.  Note: Decals must be affixed by Friday of the first week of class for new students.

Decals are issued at the Campus Safety Department. In some cases, a special designation/marking (e.g. car pools, student council officers, student ambassadors, and medical waivers) may be issued to authorized persons. Only one special designation/marking will be issued for each authorized person. The type of designation will be determined by the Campus Safety Department.

The following information is required:

  • Valid Driver’s License
  • Valid Vehicle Registration
  • Life University ID

Parking & Decals

Students, during restricted parking, must park only in areas designated for student parking as indicated below and must have active decals. Parking is restricted Monday through Friday, except holidays and school breaks, 6:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. All other times are open parking except for spaces specifically reserved or blocked off. Failure to comply will result in fines. Parking Lots are designated as follows:

  • Faculty and Staff must have a Staff/Faculty Running Eagle White decal or hanger and must park in White Lots or the overflow parking lot.
  • LIFE Village Retreat residents must have a Red Running Eagle decal and must park in their assigned reserved space in the parking deck only during restricted hours.
  • New Commons Residents must have an Orange Running Eagle decal and must park in the reserved spaces in the New Commons parking lot only.
  • Students not residing in the Village Retreat or Commons must have a Green Running Eagle Decal and must park in the designated lots with yellow parking lines, overflow lots, or non-reserved Residence Hall Red or Orange parking lots.
  • Patients, Faculty/Staff parking at the C-HOP parking lot must park in the designated spaces within the lot. Students may only park in the 14 spaces with yellow lines.
  • The Overflow Parking Lot is located across the street from the Human Resources Department (1075 Barclay Circle). This lot is open to students, faculty/staff and visitors.
  • Red carpool hanger must be displayed and two or more people must exit the vehicle at the time it is parked. Carpool passes are obtained at Campus Safety. Both people signing up for the carpool hanger must be present at the time the hanger is issued.
  • Blue decals are designated for restricted parking, which is at K-Lot or off site parking lot on Roswell Road by the Movie Grill. depending on the circumstances. Restricted parking is for those who have excess parking tickets or are campus residents who have not paid for a reserved parking space.

Passes for Vehicles

All drivers must stop at the Campus Safety Department to obtain a temporary pass for driving an unregistered car on campus.

Accessible Parking

Life University honors valid disability placards and plates from all states. It is our policy to ticket and impound vehicles occupying handicap-parking spaces without displaying the proper placard or plate; the fine is $100.00. Life University adheres to the requirements for disability parking set forth in the Georgia Code Section 40-6-222. The student must also obtain the proper color decal, which must be affixed to the vehicle in accordance with guidelines. The valid state issued decal/placard and/or plate must be registered with the Public Safety Department. Note: The decal/placard and/or plate are issued to the person and not the vehicle; therefore, the person using the decal/placard and/or plate must be the same person to whom the decal/placard or plate was issued.

Other Parking Passes

All drivers of vehicles wishing to park on campus must have a pass issued by a department that they are visiting, or they must come to the Campus Safety Department located in Mod 2 to obtain a temporary pass for any of the following reasons:

  • Driving an unregistered car on campus (Does not have a current University decal).
  • Spouse, girl/boyfriend, acquaintance or patient drives a student owned car on campus, (Failure to obtain a pass may subject the car to being towed). Student Spouse passes are available for the current quarter and maybe used in student parking only.

Visitors: The permit should be displayed on the front dash of the vehicle at all times while on Life University property.

Injury Passes: Documentation and an Injury Pass Application is needed in order to obtain an Injury Pass from Campus Safety. The pass allows a person to park in the closest available non-reserve space available in any lot. This pass does not allow anyone to use Handicap Parking. Handicap Parking is by State issue permit only.

Loading and Unloading Zones

Any unattended vehicles in a loading/unloading zone will be subject to being towed unless: 

  • the flashers are on, or
  • the vehicle is not there for more than 10 minutes, or
  • the vehicle is attended by a person who can legally drive, has the keys and can move the vehicle in an emergency situation.

Driving on Campus

The speed limit on campus is 10 mph and will be strictly enforced. It is a violation of the student rules to commit the following acts while driving on campus: Failure to stop at a stop sign, failure to yield at yield signs, failing to yield to pedestrian, speeding over 10 mph, weaving in and out of driving lanes and driving against the established flow of traffic and committing reckless conduct with a vehicle.

Fines for moving violations are $35, $50 and $100. Multiple violations may lead to a suspension of driving privileges on campus and could lead to expulsion from Life University. All students and employees driving on campus are required to have a valid driver’s license and valid proof of insurance coverage in their possession.

Parking Fines (Tickets)

Tickets can be written for violations, which include but are not limited to:

  1. Violation of a restricted parking area.
  2. Parking in fire lanes or driveways, or blocking roads or dumpsters.
  3. Taking more than one space or overextending lanes.
  4. Parking on grass or in flowerbeds and other violations deemed inappropriate.
  5. Not displaying a parking decal or pass on the vehicle.
  6. Parking in Carpool without a pass, or less than 2 people getting out of the car at the time it parked.
  7. Expired Parking Decal.
  8. Parking in a Reserved Space.

Parking Violations, Fines, and Parking Control Devices

Illegal Parking $35 first violation, $50 second violation, $100 third violation, $125* fourth violation, $150* fifth violation, $200* Sixth Violation and beyond
Parking in Unmarked or Unauthorized Area $35 first violation, $50 second violation, $100 third violation,$125* fourth violation, $150* fifth violation, $200* Sixth Violation and beyond

Parking Appeals

Students, faculty and staff who wish to appeal parking tickets may do so by first speaking with the Director of Campus Safety. If the Director of Campus Safety is not available, you may complete a Campus Safety Parking Appeal Form which is provided by Campus Safety. The Director of Campus Safety will respond as soon as possible via email. If you want to appeal the Director of Campus Safety’s decision you can do so by obtaining and submitting a Parking Appeals Form at the Student Advocacy Center Desk. Appeal forms will be forwarded to the Parking Appeals Committee, which consists of a Faculty member, Staff member and Student member who will evaluate the appeal and make a recommendation to the Vice President of Student Affairs for a final decision. The Decision of the Vice President of Student Affairs will be emailed to all applicable parties and is non-appealable.

Moving Violations and Fines

Exceeding Speed Limit on other than Barclay Circle $35 first violation, $50 second violation, $100 third violation, $125* fourth violation, $150* fifth violation, $200* Sixth Violation and beyond
Barclay Circle State Imposed Fine
Disregarding Traffic Control Sign

$35 first violation, $50 second violation, $100 third violation$125* fourth violation, $150* fifth violation, $200* Sixth Violation and beyond

Reckless Driving State Imposed Fine
Disregarding Officer Working Traffic $70
Moving Barricades $70

Parking Control Device

Life University utilizes a Parking Control Device known as a Barnacle which is attached to the windshield and must be removed before the vehicle can move again. A driver will have the device attached to their vehicle once they have received their fourth, fifth or sixth ticket. With each of these tickets the vehicle and driver will be restricted from parking on the Campus starting for one year from the date of the fourth ticket. A fifth ticket will add an additional year to this, with a sixth ticket leading to being barred for life. After this any time the driver or the vehicle is noted on Campus it will be towed as explained below.

*Please note that in order for the Barnacle to be removed the driver will have to come to Campus Safety to fill out the release form. This form will detail how many tickets have been logged for the vehicle/driver and will also authorize the removal fee of $50.00.

Towing of Vehicles

Vehicles may be towed for any of the following reasons:

  1. Having seven or more parking violations.
  2. Blocking roads, docks, dumpsters or driveways.
  3. Parking in clinic or visitor spaces, or in handicap spaces.
  4. Parking on grass or in landscaped areas (flowers, etc.).
  5. Abandoned Vehicles: Campus Safety will monitor such vehicles and tow vehicles once deemed abandoned*.
  6. When it has been determined that a vehicle or property poses a safety hazard, and the immediate removal of the vehicle is necessary for public safety purposes.

Once the wrecker service is called, the owner/driver of the vehicle is responsible for any and all charges related to the towing. Neither Life University nor the Campus Safety Department are responsible for damage to, or loss of, property as the result of towing. An incident report is completed on all vehicle tows to document the tow, condition and location of the vehicle.

Students needing to leave a vehicle in a parking lot for a specified time frame must obtain an identification pass for the dash that briefly describes the conditions under which the vehicle is left for the time frame. Passes are available from the Campus Safety Department.

Procedures for Institutional Sanctions

The rules and procedures for all offenses and disciplinary proceedings are defined in the Student Handbook. It is important to note that both the victim and the accused are afforded certain rights and that the list of references for counseling or any other assistance is available to both.


Payment of University issued citations will be processed through Eagle Net for Students. Unpaid University tickets will result in an Accounting Hold, which will preclude a student from registering, receiving transcripts or graduating until settled with Student Accounting. Employee citations will be paid at the Finance Department or deducted from their payroll if not paid by the next pay cycle.

Once a student and/or employee’s vehicle has received six two tickets, the vehicle is eligible to be towed at the owner/driver’s expense. Repeat violations may result in the driver and/or owner losing their driving and parking privileges on the Life University campus and property.

Vehicles are subject to be towed at owner’s expense at any time an officer deems it necessary to maintain the safety or the efficient and effective traffic flow of Life University persons or property. Once the towing service is called, the owner/driver of the vehicle is responsible for any and all charges related to the towing. Life University or officers of Life University’s Campus Safety Department are not responsible for damages or loss of property as a result of towing. An incident report is completed on all vehicle tows to document the reasons for tow, condition and location of vehicle.

Alcohol/Drug Abuse Prevention Policy

Life University recognizes chemical dependency as a treatable illness. Students who are so diagnosed shall receive the same consideration and opportunity for treatment that is extended to those with other types of illnesses.

Life University ‘s concern with chemical dependency is limited to its effects upon the individual ‘s performance. For purposes of this policy, chemical dependency is defined as an illness in which the consumption of mood-altering chemicals repeatedly interferes with the performance of a student or adversely affects his/her health.

All persons seeking assistance on a voluntary basis will be confidentially referred to the Student Success Center(SSC) for assistance. The SSC can provide individuals with information regarding services available for recovery and will offer referral to the appropriate agencies or institutions as deemed necessary.

Use, possession, or selling of illegal substances on campus will be grounds for expulsion from Life University as a student. A fair hearing as part of the Student Conduct Process (as outlined in the student and faculty handbooks) is afforded in all cases.

The purpose of this policy is to encourage recognition, early intervention and subsequent support for chemically dependent students of Life University.

Life University Responsible Action Protocol (RAP)

Life University considers the health and safety of its students a priority concern. As members of the LIFE family, students are expected to take active steps to care for one another. The University is aware that students may not want to report suspected violations or seek help for other students for fear they may face adjudication for alcohol and/or drug violations themselves. In an effort to create a culture of care and encourage students to report violations or seek emergency help for others, the Responsible Action Protocol has been created.

The Responsible Action Protocol (RAP) provides alternative resolution options for students who seek help for other students in the following ways:

  •  Seeking help for self or others related to alcohol and/or other drug related emergencies.
  •  Reporting instances of sexual assault and sexual misconduct to the University (this applies to victims of sexual assault/misconduct and those who may have been witness to such an incident).

For alcohol or drug related emergencies

  • The student who contacts an appropriate resource (i.e. law enforcement or University staff) on behalf of a drugged or intoxicated student must remain with that student until help arrives.
  • The student seeking assistance for a drugged or intoxicated student must provide law enforcement or staff his/her name when they call.
  • The student must complete a meeting with the Director of Student Conduct within five business days of the initial report and agree to complete any additional assessments or treatment requested by the Director. Failure to do so will result in the RAP being revoked and may result in charges being filed.
  • The RAP does not apply to individuals experiencing an alcohol or drug related emergency who are found by law enforcement or University Personnel (Resident Assistants, staff, faculty, campus safety officers, etc.).
  • The RAP can only be enacted once per student. Any further alcohol or drug related incidents may result in charges being filed with the Director of Student Conduct.
  • The University reserves the right to adjudicate any case in which the violations are egregious.

For incidents of sexual assault or sexual misconduct

  • Students reporting being a victim of sexual assault or sexual misconduct will not face disciplinary action for being under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol.
  • Students who witness instances of sexual assault or sexual misconduct and report these instances to the University will not face disciplinary action for being under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol.
  • Students should be aware that the Responsible Action Protocol does not prevent or dismiss action by local, state and federal authorities.


The legal drinking age in Georgia is 21. It is unlawful to purchase or consume alcoholic beverages on this campus under the legal age. It is unlawful to misrepresent age or provide identification to someone else who is under the legal drinking age. Life University Campus Safety enforces all laws pertaining to the serving of alcohol in any manner that induces a person to consume alcohol by contest or challenge.

The Life University Campus Safety Department strongly supports state DUI laws, as defined in Georgia Code 40-6-391, and will partner with local law enforcement agencies to ensure the safety of the LIFE community and adjacent residents and businesses. The Life University Student Handbook defines the rules applied to alcohol service on campus with regard to license holders and locations.

All rules and regulations pertaining to alcohol are enforced by the Life University Campus Safety Department and or the Office of Student Conduct

Firearms and Weapons Policy

Firearms are not permitted on campus at any time, except for those carried by certified law enforcement officers who identify themselves to our Campus Safety Department. In accordance with Georgia law, however, this prohibition does not apply to your personal vehicle when parked on campus or traveling through campus. You may keep a firearm in your personal vehicle as long as you are licensed to do so in compliance with Georgia’s weapons carry license laws. Removal of a firearm from your vehicle while on University property is a violation of University policy and will be punished according to University policy and Georgia law.

Solicitation Policy

Solicitation On Campus Policy SS.008  

Solicitation on Campus

Soliciting for any type of goods by any individual anywhere on campus is strictly prohibited. Outside agents are not permitted to solicit on Campus. “Solicitation” is interpreted to refer to any door to door residential solicitation of employees or students at their places of work, in study areas, Library or other areas on Campus, including the placing of flyer’s on vehicle windshields, posting flyer’s on or in any buildings or the use of donation receptacles. The only exception to on-campus soliciting is fund-raising projects by approved on-campus organizations and sales activities permitted by a contractual agreement approved by the President, Executive Vice President for Finance, Vice President of Advancement or the Vice President of Student Services.

Life University Student Organizations must have all fund-raising activities approved by the Office of Student Services. The practice of an individual selling items on campus and donating a percentage of the profits to the club in return for their sponsorship is not allowable. The club or organization must do the selling itself with all the profits going to the club or organization.

Any unauthorized solicitors should be reported immediately to Campus Safety. 

Animals on Campus

All leash laws in Cobb County are enforced on our campus. Particularly, dogs are not allowed on the campus, to include the athletic fields, track facilities or in the buildings. Service and Comfort animals are allowed on campus in accordance with ADA and FHA guidelines.

Dogs can be taken on the 5 miles of running trail for the purposes of personal security, but the dog must be on a leash and the owner must clean up after them. The University reserves the right to remove animals from campus.

Tobacco Policy

Tobacco and Smoke-Free Campus

Life University is committed to taking all practical measures to create a safe and healthy environment. To further this goal, the University has updated this policy to promote the well being and health awareness of students, employees and visitors by reducing the risk of tobacco-related illness. This update is effective April 1, 2015.

All students, staff, faculty and visitors are prohibited from smoking, using, selling, free distributing and advertising tobacco products and electronic smoking devices (ex. e-cigarettes) in all facilities and on all University property, including University-owned vehicles and in any privately-owned vehicle parked or operated on University property.

Student Right-to-Know Act and Annual Police Report Crime Statistics

Jeanne Clery Disclosure Act

In 1990, the U.S. Congress enacted the Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act (Title II of Public Law 101-542), which amended the higher education Act of 1965 (HEA). This Act requires all post secondary institutions participating in the Title IV student financial aid programs to disclose campus crime statistics and other security information. 1998 Amendments renamed the law: The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Police and Campus Crime Statistics Act.

In compliance with this act, annual statistics of criminal activity occurring on campus are available on the Life University website, here. The contents of the Students Right To Know information can be found in the Student Handbook.

We publish and make available the yearly Campus Security Report, which summarizes incidents on campus. The contents of the “Student Right to Know” information pamphlet are available to all students and employees, as well as prospective students from the Campus Safety Department; it is also posted on the University website.

The report lists each type incident and frequency. For incidents of concern that occur between the yearly printings of the report, we post interim information in the student publications on campus and post information flyer’s throughout the campus that inform the students of the incident. Crime prevention is also accomplished by greeting each new group of students during their orientation each quarter. At this time, the students are told of the importance of reporting all incidents that they are involved in. At this meeting, any current areas of concern are explained to them, and information is given to them on prevention. The Campus Safety Department also highlights any topic of concern on a quarterly basis. All appropriate offenses are referred out to the local municipal police department for assistance, when needed. In all cases, the University administration is notified of the accused offenses. The procedures for institutional sanctions are defined in the Student Handbook.

Crime Statistics as Reported to Life University Campus Safety Department

Crime statistics are available on the University’s website. The Daily Crime log is also available for viewing Monday–Friday between the hours of 7:00 a.m.–10:00 p.m., excluding holidays and other school closings.

Procedure for Voluntary, Confidential Reporting of Criminal Actions and Other Emergencies on Campus — (Student Right-to-Know)

The Campus Safety Department monitors activities on campus 24 hours a day. Students and employees with concerns over criminal actions on campus can contact the Campus Safety Department at 770.426.2911. Reports can be made with any department representative. We openly solicit the observations and concerns of our students, staff and all visitors when suspicious or criminal activity is observed on campus. The Campus Safety Department believes that with greater awareness, we can help each person be better prepared to protect themselves and others from crime. The Department also works closely with other local law enforcement agencies to obtain and monitor criminal reports made to them. Life University complies with federal and state law and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, religion, national origin, age, sexual orientation, disability, medical condition, pregnancy, citizenship or veteran status. This may require the Department to notify the Office of Student Services of violations of law that also violate University policy or codes of conduct and vice versa.

Reports maybe made with Campus Safety confidentially for the purpose of awareness and tracking if the victim/witness does not want to pursue any criminal or conduct charges against the alleged individual. Reports may also be made to any CSA (Campus Safety Authority) as outlined in the Student/Employee handbooks.

Any information that is disclosed to a campus Professional Counselor, when acting as such, are not to be considered a Campus Security Authority’s, though they may choose to voluntarily report anonymous information about crimes disclosed during confidential counseling. All information reported will be for tracking purposes with no identifying information recorded in the report.

Sex Offender Registry

The Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI), in accordance with federal, state and local codes, is required to act as the repository for registration information concerning those persons convicted of a sex crime who reside within the state of Georgia. Information may be obtained on individuals who are registered as sex offenders by visiting: Georgia Bureau of Investigation Sex Offender Registry.

Other Services provided by the Campus Safety Department

Lost and Found

Contact the Campus Safety Department for lost and found items. All items found on campus should be turned into the Campus Safety department immediately. If you cannot drop it off yourself, call Campus Safety so they can pick up. All items are logged in and held for 60 days before they are purged.

Vehicle Jump Start

Jump start service for vehicles with dead batteries. Campus Safety can only use the Jump Box to start vehicles. Campus Safety cannot use a Patrol Vehicle to directly jump start any vehicle due to liability concerns. Campus Safety Officers are not trained mechanics, so if the vehicle needs assistance beyond the capabilities of the Jump Box, an outside service provider or road side assistance will need to be called.

Notary Public

Notary Public services are available to the entire Life University community from 7:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. Please remember to bring all documentation and proper ID.