University of Delaware
Look Up. Watch Out. Speak Up.

Be aware of what's going on around you and report suspicious activity.

Use the links below to download the LiveSafe app, the
University of Delaware's official safety app.

A SAFE UD starts with me.

Call 911, use your LiveSafe app or look for the nearest Blue Light Phone.

Pick up any Blue Light phone on campus, and you will be
connected directly to the University Police Dispatcher. Check the map for phone locations.

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Together we keep UD SAFE.

As a community, we remain strong by watching out for one another. Be aware of what's going on around you and don't be afraid to report suspicious activity.

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Spread the word! Print a SAFE UD flyer here

UD provides a wealth of resources that can help keep you and our community safe. Learn more at these links:


The University of Delaware Department of Public Safety works to create an environment where people can feel safe to learn, work, live and visit and is committed to providing quality service and protection to the entire University community. UD Police safety tips are available here.

Student Wellness

Student Wellness and Health Promotion engages all members of the University community in health promotion and prevention strategies that empower students to develop skills and competencies supporting healthy choices and academic success as a foundation for life-long development.

Problems with alcohol and/or other drugs? What about your friends?

Tobacco Free Campus

The University of Delaware is committed to providing and maintaining a healthy and safe environment for students, employees, guests and visitors. Research findings show that use of tobacco products in general constitutes health hazards, and also conclude that exposure to secondhand tobacco smoke causes significant health risks for nonsmokers. Visit Tobacco FREE UD for more information and support resources.

Title IX

Title IX is a federal law prohibiting discrimination based on the sex of employees and students of educational institutions that receive federal financial assistance. Anyone who believes that he or she has been the victim of sex discrimination, sexual harassment or sexual violence is encouraged to contact the University’s Title IX Coordinator.

Environmental Health & Safety

Environmental Health and Safety promotes a safe and healthful campus environment, including laboratory and workplace safety.

IT Security on the UD Network

Safety extends to our online community, too. Information Technologies works to facilitate the exchange of scholarly information, while keeping information about employees, students, alumni, and other people as secure as possible. Learn about tools you can use and best practices you can follow to use the UD network safely and securely and to protect your own privacy.


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