Emergency Situation: Call 911

Any potentially life-threatening situation, including natural gas odor or chemical spill of any kind should be reported immediately by calling 911 and pulling the closest alarm to evacuate the building.

Evacuation Locations

When an alarm sounds, leave the building you're in via the closest available exit taking your personal belongings. Go to the following locations and wait until effected area has been cleared.

Aerospace Building: Meet by the bus stop

Engineering Center: Business Field

Jennie Smoly Caruthers Biotechnology Building (JSCBB): Determined by each department

Automated External Defibrillator (AED) Locations

Engineering Center: Engineering Center lobby, just outside the entrance to the Dean’s Office.

Jennie Smoly Caruthers Biotechnology Building (JSCBB): Cafe area

Safety Coordinators

College of Engineering and Applied Science
Cherie Summers

Aerospace Engineering Sciences
Trudy Schwartz

Applied Mathematics
Mary Fentress

BOLD Center
Michelle Squyres

Chemical & Biological Engineering
Ann Greco

Civil, Environmental & Architectural Engineering
Araceli Warren

CO Space Grant Consortium
Sophie Orr

Computer Science
Chantel Lehl

Electrical, Computer & Energy Engineering
Bret Moreland

Engineering Advancement
Matt Young

Engineering Management Program
Kyle Freeman

Idea Forge
Greg Potts

Integrated Teaching and Learning Laboratory & Program (ITL)
Tim May

Mechanical Engineering
George Carter

Technology, Cybersecurity & Policy Program (TCP)
Jose Santos