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Residence Life and Housing Office
300 Scotland Road | McNerney Hall 235
Edinboro, PA 16444
(p) (814) 732-2818
(f) (814) 732-2314
FIRE PREVENTION ON CAMPUS:
Edinboro University recognizes the importance of designing a total approach to fire protection and prevention that involves all facets of the University from students to the administration. The University Fire Marshal and the Residence Life staff work closely to ensure the success of the University's fire prevention program.
The University Fire Marshal is responsible for managing the fire prevention program on campus. Life safety is the primary objective of this program, which includes: fire code compliance inspections of all University buildings, fire exit drills, fire alarm testing, fire safety education and information, emergency procedure and planning, fire data analysis, code consultation, and fire investigations.
Each residence hall has an integrated fire and heat detection system with sprinklers that covers common areas, as well as individual rooms.
PERSONAL PROPERTY PROTECTION:
Students are encouraged to get personal property insurance, or determine with their family's insurance agent, what coverage may currently exist as part of a homeowners or renters insurance policy. Students may arrange for insurance through any commercial property insurance carrier. It is important that students be insured against any loss and make decisions about the extent of coverage they need for personal property.
The residence hall staff and students work together to provide a secure environment. Student rooms should be locked at all times. The residence halls are locked from 9:00 pm to 6:00 am daily, with staff members monitoring those entering and leaving the hall. Each exit door is alarmed, and staff investigate alarms as they occur. It is important that resident students work with the residence hall staff and the University Police by ensuring that only guests of residents are in the hall. Any suspicious person or activity should immediately be reported to the University Police.