Safety on campus is a high priority at Central Baptist College: however, safety is the primary responsibility of each community member. Central Baptist College provides the following services to promote safety on campus:
- CBC has a closed campus policy which states that CBC is a closed campus from 12:00 midnight to 6:30 am. Signs have been posted at all major entrances to campus to make all campus visitors aware of this policy.
- CBC has installed several security cameras throughout the campus.
- Weapons of any kind are not allowed on campus. Signs have been posted at all major entrances to campus to make all campus visitors aware of this policy.
- CBC is an alcohol, drug, and tobacco free campus. Signs have been posted at all major entrances to campus to make all campus visitors aware of this policy.
- Computerized card access systems have been installed in both residence halls. All students living in the residence halls are issued a card that gives them access to their residence hall 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. These systems restrict non-resident access to the residence halls 24 hours a day.
- Residence hall fire drills are conducted at least once each semester and tornado drills once per year to educate students on proper procedures in case of fire or severe weather emergencies.
- CBC employs campus security officers who work at key hours at night, 7 nights a week, to patrol the campus. Campus security officers are authorized to stop and question any person(s).
- CBC has adopted an emergency evacuation plan in the case of a crisis where relocation is deemed necessary. The student emergency evacuation guidelines are located in the Student Handbook.
- CBC has adopted a Crisis Management Plan. It can be found in the Student Handbook.
For questions concerning campus safety please contact Sarah Headley, Assistant Director of Student Services at (501) 205-8811 or by Email