In the event of an Emergency:
What is TARC?
The Threat Assessment Review Committee (TARC) meets regularly to consider reports of individuals displaying anti-social or abnormal behavior. TARC assesses potential threats to the safety and well-being of the University community and takes appropriate action.
In event that you observe someone demonstrating troubling or odd behavior that concerns you, you should contact TARC at one of the phone numbers to the right.
Who is on TARC?
Individuals from the following offices serve on the committee:
- Academic Affairs
- Administration & Finance
- Campus Police
- Counseling Services
- Human Resources
- Enrollment Management
- Residential Life
- Student Affairs
- Student Development
- Student Health Center
Campus Safety Resource Materials
Campus Safety in General:
RSU Campus Emergency Plan:
This plan includes important phone numbers, general building evacuation, fire, and injury reporting.
RSU Emergency Operations Plan:
This plan includes major emergency operation intent, emergency organization, emergency operation center, incident command center, incident command organization, and activation of the emergency operation plan and containment.
Reporting an incident of student behavior that may be a violation of student code.
- Contact Dr. Robert Goltra for more information on how to file a report.