New Security Measures on Campus

Courtesy: www.mysecuritysign.com
Courtesy: www.mysecuritysign.com

By Crystal Shanahan

November is a very busy month, with a large number of events and visitors on campus. Starting Monday and for several additional days during the month, Thunderbird will be enhancing its security measures. Our goal is to ensure that all traffic onto the campus is directed to the appropriate venues or locations.

All traffic entering the campus will be asked by security to show a Thunderbird ID. To make this process as quick as possible, please make sure that you have your Thunderbird issued ID with you. If you do not have your school issued ID with you, you will be directed to another area and security will verify your ID through MTB.

If you have on-campus events planned during the month or you are expecting a visitor, please let security know at x7223. Your visitor(s) will simply need to provide the name of the event/person they will be attending/visiting and security will direct them to the correct location.

We realize that this may be an inconvenience and we apologize for the short notice. As always, we appreciate your patience and cooperation as we continue to improve our security efforts here at Thunderbird.

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