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To hear of a crime on campus or in the immediate area is a very rare occurrence. When there is a crime, Campus Safety immediately notifies students through e-mail and text messages. But the crimes students are notified about are usually pretty minor, so most students feel very safe on and beyond campus. In addition to the message system, there are emergency phones all over campus, and Campus Safety is always quick to respond to any emergency; a staff member will even escort a student to the dorms if he or she is nervous. Taking that into consideration, Muhlenberg’s security policy is not overbearing and shows trust in its students. All a student needs to go back to his or her room is an ID card to enter the building and a key to open the door. There are no extra security measures if you bring guests, and if guests are staying overnight, the registration process is very simple.
Although Muhlenberg is, overall, a very safe school, students still would not advise anyone to walk around certain parts of Allentown alone at night. It might generally be safe to walk around the neighborhood, but students should make a point of always having a friend. In case there are any major problems, one can always find a Campus Safety officer walking or driving around nearby. The only complaint students have is that the school’s Health Center closes early and on the weekends, so it's often impossible to call them with a medical question or emergency. Fortunately, Campus Safety is excellent about getting students to the Lehigh Valley Hospital in an emergency situation.
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