WU Watch: Free
WU Watch is a free safety app
available for android smart phones and iPhones that has numerous features
built in. Students can report crimes and emergencies with a few simple
clicks. Users of the app can submit GPS embedded crime tips that include
text, photo, video, and audio of crimes and emergencies to the Winthrop
University Police Department. Users can also "check-in" with the app,
letting family and freinds know that they have reached their destination
safely. There is also a variety of safety features found in the "Safety Box"
of the app to help keep users safe, such as a Flashlight, an Emergency Map,
a Law Enforcement Resource page, and an Alert Notification section.
WU Watch in App Store for iPhone ~
WU Watch in Google Play for Android Phones
Free Safety App
PreventConnection (PrevCon) is a
free safety app avaliable for android smart phones and iPhones developed for
CALCASA (California Coalition Against Sexual Assault) by Amadeus Consulting.
The app also represents CALCASA's partnership with
Hollaback!, a movement to end
harassment on the streets around the world. The app allows members of the
PreventConnect online community to read their blogs and tweets, listen to
their podcasts and watch their videos, share stories of prevention or
intervention, view prevention programs, and look at local programs.
Campus Police: 803/323-3333
The Winthrop University Campus Police promotes and preserves a safe and
secure campus environment by delivering quality police and community safety
service in a professional and sensitive manner
Dean of Students Office: 803/323-4503
The Department of Student Affairs and the Dean of Students Office, both integral components of the Division of
Student Life, provide opportunities for individual growth and are dedicated
to the development of an inclusive community.
Health & Counseling Services: 803/323-2206
Health & Counseling Services believes in the dignity, integrity, growth,
potential, and innate worth of the individual and offers services to
foster whole-person health through prevention, education, assessment,
treatment, and advocacy.
Residence Life: 803/323-2223
The Department of Residence Life is dedicated to supporting and encouraging
the personal development and academic success of each student in the residential
community through purposeful programs and services.
Judicial Affairs: 803/323-4503
Dean of Students Office oversees the judicial system and is responsible for
holding students and student groups accountable to the rules and regulations of
Winthrop University as defined in the Student Conduct Code.
On page 37 of
the student handbook you will find the student conduct code. It explains the
following: Right and Responsiblities of Students, Authority and
Responsibiltiy , Application of Laws On and Off Campus, Prohibited Conduct,
Student Academic Misconduct, Disciplinary Process, Hearing Decisions,
Disciplinary Sanctions, Appeals, Summary Action, Disciplinary Files-Rention
and Access, and Judicial Council.