A campus safety force operates 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, for the welfare and benefit of students, faculty, staff, and visitors. Their responsibilities include enforcing traffic and parking regulations, enforcement of University policies and behavioral expectations, making rounds, and inspecting the campus for safety and maintenance concerns.  [email protected]




Terry Grudi           Shawn Foster        Roy Colebank

University Policies & Behavioral Expectations

By accepting admission to or employment by Alderson Broaddus University, you make a voluntary decision to become part of the campus community. Each member of the University community accepts responsibility for personal actions and adheres to the general regulations of the University as well as to municipal, state, and federal laws. When an individual or group fails to accept these responsibilities, the University will confront such behavior and impose sanctions to protect the campus community.

Traffic & Parking

  • All students, faculty, and staff who operate or park a motor vehicle on the AB campus MUST register their vehicle with the Office of Campus Safety & Security and have their permit clearly displayed on the passenger side of the rear window.
  • Regulations regarding designated parking areas will be in force between 7 AM and 7 PM, Monday through Friday, except for special events. All other parking and traffic regulations, including handicapped parking spaces, visitor parking spaces, fire lanes, and other no-parking areas, are enforced 7-days a week, 24 hours a day.
  • Parking codes are as follows: BLUE areas for students, YELLOW areas for commuter students, and WHITE areas for faculty | staff | employee parking.
  • The speed limit on campus is 15 MPH.
  • Parking privileges or operating a motor vehicle on campus may be suspended by the Director or the Assistant Director of Campus Safety and Security due to repeated parking violations or outstanding violations of $250.00 or more per semester.
  • A complete list of Parking and Traffic Policies, including the complete list of fines, is outlined in the Student Handbook PDF.

Parking Permit

Returning students: If you already have a parking permit from the following academic year, you do not need to renew your pass. If you don’t have a parking permit, please register for one.

Freshman/Transfer students: If you plan to bring a vehicle to campus, you must fill out the registration form for a parking pass.

Employees: Employee permits do NOT expire; therefore, you do not need to renew. New employees that currently don’t have their vehicle registered, please fill out the form.

All vehicles are required to be registered with the Department of Campus Safety & Security. All parking permits for students can be picked up at the Office of Student Affairs. Employees at AB will have their permits placed in campus mail. Vehicles not in compliance by August 28, 2023 (08/28/2023) will be booted at the owner’s/driver’s expense.

If you do not have your vehicle registered with a permit tag by the first week of classes, a $250 citation will be added to your student bill.

If you need an additional permit after the first one has been issued, it will be a $10.00 charge to your student bill.

Tip #1. You must allow pop-ups in your web browser when trying to register. You will select Campus Safety on the first page and press “write new online parking permit registration.”

Tip # 2. Please enter your full legal name. If for some reason you cannot do this or this would cause a problem, please contact Director of Campus Safety & Security Chelsea Mayle.

Tip # 3. We cannot accept incomplete or partial submissions. All required fields must be properly filled out. Failing to do this will result in a rejection of the parking permit registration.

Tip #4. Your student ID number can be found at the top left corner on your class schedule from the Registrar’s Office.

Tip #5. Please remember to scroll down to ensure you have completely filled out each page.

Tip #6. Please make sure to press continue at the bottom of the page after entering your personal information in the contact section. You will first press “Save/Update Person” then you will press “continue” on the bottom of the page.

Please scan the QR code to access the webpage or use the following URL:  https://aldersonbroaddusu.omnigo.one/CESIReportExec/opr/

Parking Permit






Student Handbook, Pages 70-77






Annual Security Report

This report includes statistics for the previous three years concerning reported crimes that occurred on campus, in certain off-campus buildings or property owned or controlled by Alderson Broaddus University, and on public property within or immediately adjacent to the campus.

The report also includes institutional policies concerning campus security, such as policies concerning sexual assault and other matters.

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information