Public Safety & Security
Dunwoody is committed to providing a safe campus for its students, employees, and guests. Safety officers are on duty during business hours, and all guests are required to check in at the Welcome Desk located at the west entrance of the main building.
We expect all members of the campus community to uphold our values and act professionally while on campus.
If you experience or witness behavior not in keeping with Dunwoody’s values, please report that using the links below.
You have every right to feel safe and respected at Dunwoody. If you or someone you know is experiencing sexual harassment or discrimination, please contact us as soon as possible. Learn more about Title IX resources, including reporting harassment and sexual misconduct.
Incident Report Form
Report campus incidents that are NOT an act of unlawful harassment or sexual conduct
Other Safety & Security Information
Safety officers are on duty during business hours. To request a safety escort, visit the Welcome Desk at the west entrance of the main building. Or call 612.381.3328.
Dunwoody provides free, permitted parking for roughly 1,000 students, employees, and visitors. Some additional street parking is also available. Permits can be obtained at the Welcome Desk and must be properly displayed on all vehicles.
A safety officer patrols the Dunwoody parking lots and may issue parking violation notices, as appropriate.
NOTE: Students with a permit may park in any lot except for the visitor area and in the lot next to the Warren Building. No overnight parking is allowed. Special areas are reserved for parking bicycles and motorcycles.
Public Transportation and Ride-Sharing
Metro Transit bus lines 4, 6, 12, and 141 (southbound only) all stop within a few blocks of Dunwoody.
For more information about public transportation, visit Metro Transit at metrotransit.org or call 612-373-3333. Go-To college passes are available at the Bookstore.
Students interested in ride-sharing should contact Student Affairs at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Should it be necessary to close the school because of inclement weather or an emergency condition, a school closing announcement will be displayed on this website and made on WCCO AM Radio (830), on local television stations, and via Dunwoody’s Facebook and Twitter accounts. Students and employees also receive emergency alerts to their cell phones and Dunwoody email accounts.