Campus and Public Safety
HGTC is committed to maintaining a safe and secure environment for students, employees, and visitors to Campus. In order to ensure that safe environment, the College has partnered with Coastal Carolina University and local law enforcement to provide professional public-safety services 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Campus Public Safety Contact Information:
- Conway Campus
- Grand Strand Campus
- Georgetown Campus
- CCU Dispatch
Campus Security Act
The Campus Security Act of 1990 requires colleges and universities to disclose to current and prospective students certain information. Title II of the Act requires that institutions provide students information on institutional policies regarding security procedures and campus law enforcement, as well as a description of programs designed to inform students about crime prevention. Title II of the Act also calls for institutions to provide statistical data about the on-campus occurrence of certain criminal offenses that have been reported to campus security authorities or local police agencies. The Federal Crime Report is filed in October each year and includes statistics for the previous Calendar year. http://ope.ed.gov/security).
It is the responsibility of students on each campus to make themselves aware of personal safety measures. Crime prevention materials are displayed on the individual campuses. One way students can educate themselves and be prepared in the event of an emergency is to familiarize themselves with appropriate emergency phone numbers, and the locations of emergency call boxes on the Conway and Grand Strand campuses.