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Campus Security

Campus Security is located on the second floor of Broyhill Hall and can be reached anytime by calling (919) 291-1903

The Department of Campus Security exists to maintain a safe and secure campus environment and to protect the institution’s assets in order to facilitate The College at Southeastern's mission. To meet this mission, we employ Security Officers to monitor our campus 24 hours a day and 365 days of the year, including nights, weekends and holidays. Campus Security also works closely with the Wake Forest Police Department, the Wake Forest Fire Department and Wake County EMS to ensure fast responses to any needs or emergencies that might arise on The College at Southeastern's campus.

The Director of Campus Security is Dr. Michael Lawson. Dr. Lawson came to Southeastern from a background in law enforcement. He was a Deputy Sheriff in South Carolina before being hired as a Special Agent with the U.S. Secret Service. He also served in the US Army Reserves as a Chemical Officer. Currently, in addition to being the Director of Campus Security, Dr. Lawson serves as a Chaplain for the Wake Forest Police Department and an Auxiliary Police Officer. For over a decade now, Dr. Lawson has also served on the Wake Forest Tactical Service Unit as a Master SWAT Operator and most recently, as a sniper on the team.

Campus Security is located on the second floor of Broyhill Hall and can be reached anytime by calling (919) 291-1903.

You may also reach Campus Security by e-mailing campussecurity@sebts.edu or visiting their offices in Broyhill Hall. For current students looking for information about appealing parking tickets, please visit CampusNet.

Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary and The College at Southeastern abide by the Student Right-to-Know, the Campus Security Act of 1990 and the Higher Education Act Reauthorization of 2008. Southeastern makes information concerning campus crime statistics available to the campus community. This information is also available to prospective Southeastern employees and students upon request.

Since The College at Southeastern and Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary are currently on the same campus, the links below provide data for SEBTS and the College at Southeastern.

View 2017 Security and Fire Safety Report

View 2016 Security and Fire Safety Report

View 2015 Security and Fire Safety Report

Safety Trainings

At The College at Southeastern and Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, we want our students to enjoy our welcoming campus while keeping safety and security standards in mind. Our staff is committed to ensuring that Southeastern remains a place where students can feel comfortable and secure as they discover their part in God’s mission. That’s why we routinely provide safety trainings to help maintain a comfortable community for all of our students.

*This video contains dramatization of an active shooter scenario. Viewer discretion is advised.

Click here to view a power point presentation on Sex Offense Awareness and Prevention.