Iowa Old Capitol Building at night

Safety and Support

Every Hawkeye—students, faculty, staff, and other members of our community—can only thrive in a safe and inclusive environment. 

When you choose a university, you're choosing more than a place to study. You're choosing a home. We're here to help you feel welcome, safe, and supported both in and out of the classroom while you're on campus. 

We're continuously looking for new ways to remain one of America's safest college campuses. Our community members, programs, and the institutional resources below have play a vital role in that effort. If there's any way we can help support your well-being while at Iowa, we want to hear from you. 

Report an incident

Safety is a community effort. We encourage you to play an active role by looking out for fellow Hawkeyes and reporting suspicious behavior.

general campus safety

Report a crime, find security and emergency resources, or seek assistance from campus police.

Sexual misconduct

Formal complaints, referrals, and resources regarding sexual assault, sexual harassment, stalking, and domestic violence.

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Report an incident or concern to the Office of Equal Opportunity and Diversity or the Campus Inclusion Team.

Resources

Student security officer patrolling building

Rave Guardian app

Nite Ride bus

Nite Ride

Old Capitol building with homecoming banners

Annual Security Report

Student security officers patrolling downtown

Students Helping Out (SHOUT)

Iowa self-defense training class

Public safety training