St. Edward’s University Police provide a safe and secure environment for the University community 24-hours a day, 365 days a year.

The University Police Department is located in Andre on the 3rd floor. For assistance call 512-448-8444, 24/7. Anyone wishing to speak with an officer in person should go to Rm. 118 and speak to the switchboard operator, M-F, 8-5 p.m. She will call an officer to assist you. After hours, come to the Telecommunications office, Rm. 317 and an officer will be dispatched to you. The department is staffed and serves our community, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

The 24 hour Emergency Number is 512-448-8444 (You must dial 512), off campus, or ext. 8444 on campus.

The TTY (Talk to You) Number for the hearing impaired is: 512-233-1444.

The University Call Center (switchboard) is  512-448-8400.

For news, safety tips and national disaster updates, consult the American Red Cross website.

In the event of an emergency that would affect class schedules and University activities the St. Edward's University webpage will be updated with breaking news.

For information on national storm watches, emergency alerts and preparedness, go to the Federal Emergency Management Agency.

For a St. Edward's University Weather Hotline recording call 512-416-5800.

University Police News

Self Defense

April 14, 2016

The University Police Department offers a 4 hour self defense class to women affiliated with St. Edward's. The classes are given monthly during the Spring and Fall semesters and are advertised through Horizon, student e-news, Eventbrite, and University Facebook page and University Twitter.. The class…


Bike Registration Required

August 28, 2015

Bike registration is now required on campus. Any student, faculty or staff parking bikes on the University campus must have the bike registered with the University Police Department and display a decal on the bike that will be obtained after registration. There is no cost…


Visitor Parking Tips

August 28, 2015

The Visitor’s Parking Lot is located off Theatre Pass Drive north of the John Brooks Williams Science Center North facility and is designated as the “Blue” area on the university map. A visitor permit is required and may be obtained at the Main Building, Rm.…