Campus Information & Programs

Tools for taking charge

Drake offers programs designed to inform students, faculty and staff about sexual abuse prevention, crime prevention/campus security procedures, and drug and alcohol abuse education.

  • Wallet cards with information on what to do if you or someone you know is raped (September)
  • Rape Awareness Week (October)
  • Sexual assault poster (describes reporting and disciplinary procedures)
  • Residence halls’ and Greek houses’ video programs (throughout the year)
  • Weekly security reports in The Times-Delphic
  • Monthly meetings of the all-campus Safety and Security Committee
  • Self-defense instruction at the Bell Center (throughout the year)
  • Operation ID through Campus Security
  • Drug and alcohol abuse education programs
  • BACCHUS, student organization encouraging responsible alcohol use
  • GAMMA, Greek alcohol education organization
  • Alcohol Awareness Week (October)
  • Safe Spring Break Days (March)
  • Drug and alcohol counseling without charge (call the Drake Counseling Center, x3864)
  • Drugs in Society academic credit course
Crime Prevention/ Campus Security Programs
  • DrakeDirect, an evening cab service
  • Security reports in the Times-Delphic (weekly)
  • Monthly meetings of the all-campus Safety and Security Committee
  • Self-defense instruction at the Bell Center (throughout the year)
  • Campus Security officer assigned to safety awareness
  • Bicycle registration through DPS
  • Operation ID through DPS

Policy Statement

IMPORTANT NUMBERS

Drake Public Safety,
     emergency 811

Drake Public Safety,
    non-emergency - 515-271-2222

- Des Moines police, fire, ambulance,
     emergency - 911
-  Des Moines police,
     non-emergency 9-283-4811
- American Republic Student
  Health Center  
     x3731
- Employee Assistance Program
     9-244-6090
Title IX Coordiator
Sexual and Interpersonal Misconduct and Notification of Complainant's Rights

 

(These contacts are all relative to being dialed on campus)

 

 

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