Emergency Contact Information
Travel and Immigration
If you are at the U.S. port of entry clearing U.S. immigration and the CBP officer has questions that can be answered by the International Services Office (ISO), ask the officer if they would like to call the ISO for confirmation. During office hours, you can call the office directly or the general office number, 985-549-2360 or 985-549-2614. After hours call the Southeastern Police Department at 985-549-2222 who will immediately call the ISO director or coordinator.
University Police Officers are responsible for the full range of law enforcement services. These include, but are not limited to, responding to and investigation of incidents and offenses, medical emergencies, fires, bomb threats, auto accidents, violations of state liquor, controlled substances, and weapons laws and other on-campus emergencies.
University Police Department
1301 SGA Drive
SLU Box 10780
Hammond, LA 70402
Emergency Alert System
Southeastern uses an emergency alert messaging system to notify students, faculty, staff and preset relatives/friends in the case of an emergency. All student, faculty and staff email accounts are preregistered with the system, but you must sign up to receive emergency alert text messages and voice calls on your cell phone. Sign up through your Leonet account or click here.
Note: Text messages will be sent only in true emergencies and occasionally to test the system. You will not receive notices about registration, athletics or other events through this system.
Safe Campus App
Southeastern's free Safe Campus app can be accessed by using your smart phone or device to visit southeastern.edu/safecampusapp. Be sure to save the app to your home screen for easy access. The app can direct dial the University Police Department from its home screen and from links embedded throughout its sections. Among the areas addressed on the app are suggested steps to take in the case of an active shooter or stabbing on campus, bomb threat, fire or explosion or intruder/mental health emergency. The app also addresses procedures to be taken for a lockdown, shelter in place, evacuation, physical injury, sexual assault, weapons on campus and weather emergencies.
Code-Blue Emergency Phones
Southeastern maintains more than 40 code-blue emergency phones located throughout the campus. Anyone can use the phones to instantly contact University Police with the push of a button. The code-blue phones' flashing blue lights activate during emergency situations impacting the campus.
While off campus in the Hammond community or anywhere in the US, the standard emergency number is 911 on any phone.