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The University of Texas at El Paso and the city of El Paso are some of the safest places in Texas. Many university offices and partners work to keep our campus the safe place it is.

The Safety Hub for the Student Wellbeing website is designed to give you an opportunity to sample of the safety programs, initiatives, or offices designed to assist students. You can also contact the Crime Prevention team within the UTEP Police Department or the Dean of Students Office, if you have a question or concern about campus safety or safety-related programming.

UTEP Police Safety Escort Program

Public Safety Officer (PSO) and Police Officers provide escort assistance to and from buildings and to one's vehicle. Call the UTEP Non-Emergency number (915-747-5611) for more information.


Alcohol Awareness & Education

Alcohol Awareness week happens yearly before spring break however, visit this page for alcohol safety tips and other resources available year round



Bicycle Registration & Safety

Work with the UTEP Police to register your bike and learn more about bike safety.



Title IX Program

The Title IX Program assists students in providing support and protection through university’s sexual misconduct policy (dating violence, sexual assault, sexual harassment and stalking) as well as applicable local, state, and federal laws. You can also contact them at


CARE Office

For members of the UTEP community who have been victims of crime, the Campus Advocacy, Resources, and Education (CARE) Office can provide assistance and referrals to college and community resources.



UTEP Blue Light Phone

Emergency Phones

Emergency telephones are located across campus to enable you easy access to call for help.