Consumer Information Report
For more information about the Campus Safety & Security (Cleary) Report, contact VP of Student Life Jordan Strom at email@example.com or (785) 539-3571 x331; or Housing and Dining Coordinator Shadren Walker at firstname.lastname@example.org or (785) 539-3571 x337; or Director of IT JT VanGilder at email@example.com or (785) 539-3571 x327.
MCC’s student-right-to-know and campus security report.
In case of any emergency, call 911 (9-1-1)
This will contact the local Police department and they will send the police, ambulance, or fire department as necessary. Call this number if you or someone you are with is in a life-threatening condition or situation. You can dial 911 from anywhere in the United States and you will reach the local Police department where ever you are.
MCC strives to foster an environment where diversity is celebrated; citizens of all races, creeds, and nationalities are made welcome and rights are preserved.
In conjunction with the Riley County Police Department, MCC Student Life department is responsible for assisting in the enforcement of federal and state laws through its authority established by Kansas State Law as revised and as directed by Manhattan Christian College administration for all safety/security and other emergency responses as may be deemed necessary on the campus.
MCC Students and Staff can also subscribe to MCC Alerts to receive text messages, e-mail, or phone messages about school closings, weather or other emergency situations on campus.
In addition to MCC Alerts, students and staff may sign up for the NE Kansas Notification System (Everbridge) to be notified of alerts in Manhattan and surrounding areas. These alerts can be emergencies, road/street closures, accidents, and more.