Campus Safety

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Must read:  vehicles parked on campus Saturday February 7, 2015 12 noon until 6 pm on Sunday, February 8, 2015. 

The following lots will be closed from 12 noon on Saturday, February 7, 2015 until 6 pm on Sunday, February 8, 2015.  If a vehicle is parked in any of the lots listed below the vehicle will be ticketed and towed at the owner’s expense.   Please inform all visitors of this parking restriction.

  • Area 7
  • Area 6
  • Area 6A
  • Area 6B
  • Area 6C
  • Area 6D
  • Area 15
  • Area 8 (orange lined spaces)
  • Area 16 (orange lined spaces)
  • Area 19 (red lined spaces)

You are permitted to park your vehicle in the following areas:

  • Area 9
  • Area 19 (white lined spaces closest to Willis Health Prof Building)
  • Area 8 and 16 (white lined spaces)

A parking map can be found here, and if you have any questions, please feel free to contact our office by calling 570-484-2278.



Thank you for visiting this site. We have provided extensive information about security policies and procedures on the Lock Haven University campuses, crime data, and crime prevention information. You will also find some University policies, rules and regulations related to our areas of responsibility.

The LHU Public Safety Department is here to serve you and we are committed to providing a safe and healthful campus environment. Among our highest priorities are the health and safety of all faculty, staff, students, visitors, and members of the neighboring community.

The men and women of this department are committed to making the LHU campus a safe place in which to live, work, and study. Public Safety programs will support the educational mission of the University by coordinating the provisions of quality programs and services to reduce safety, health and environmental risk to the LHU community in a manner consistent with responsible fiscal and environmental stewardship.

We recognize that our success is measured by our ability to create and foster responsibility and awareness throughout the campus and to integrate Public Safety consideration into academic and administrative missions. Our mission can only be accomplished with the support and trust of the University community and through partnering with the community to carry out our programs.

We want to be the best at what we do. In order to do this, I need your feedback and comments. Please let me know what you like about us, what you dislike, what you would like from us, what you would change, etc. I look forward to hearing from you.

Thank you,
Paul J. Altieri

Contact Public Safety

Public Safety
Glennon Building
32 Glenn Road
(570) 484-2278
Fax (570) 484-2521

Paul Altieri

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