Learn from a safe campus!
Did you know that Canada is widely known as one of the safest countries in the world? Cambrian College prides itself on ensuring all students are free to study in a safe and welcoming environment.
24-hour Campus and Residence Security
The Cambrian College security office in located in the main entrance across from the Enrolment Centre, and the campus security guards are on duty 24-hours a day, 7-days a week. All security guards act as Emergency First Responders, trained in fire safety, first aid and defibrillators usage.
Code Blue and Emergency Telephones
“Help at the touch of a button.” To assist security in providing a safe environment on campus, a Code Blue system and emergency telephones are located throughout the building and on the grounds. To use the Code Blue system, simply push the red “Push for Help Button,” which activates a blue strobe light and immediately connects you to campus security personnel.
Safety Escort Program
The Safety Escort Program is available to students, employees, and visitors, who wish to be escorted to the residences, or their vehicle on the property, or to the perimeter of the College property. This program provides a high degree of comfort to those who are uneasy about walking alone.
Sudbury Police Force
Cambrian College works very closely with the Sudbury Police Force to ensure campus and residence safety. The Sudbury Police are ethical and active members of the community, ensuring the safety of all Sudbury citizens while maintaining a friendly presence in campus and city-wide community initiatives and events.
Emergency Situations – Dial 911
Those in situations that require immediate attention/support can dial 911 from any mobile phone or landline to receive on-site health care, fire, or police support anywhere in Canada.
Definition of a scam: an illegal plan for making money, especially one that involves tricking people.
In some telephone scams, the caller pretends to be a police or immigration officer and tells you that you broke the law. The police and the IRCC will never ask you to pay money in the form of money transfers, Bit Coin, prepaid credit cards, or gift cards.
If you receive a suspicious call, hang up immediately and do not provide your personal information.
If you are worried about a phone call you have received, or if you are worried that you may have provided your personal information to someone over the telephone, please reach out to the International Student Services Office by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org