At the University of Valley Forge (UVF), we understand that your safety is your number one priority and that’s why we make it ours. Campus Security is on duty 24 hours a day to provide an immediate response to all emergencies and to contact appropriate emergency-response personnel if ever needed. There is a campus-wide Emergency Notification System, ID card access locks for residence halls, and surveillance cameras in strategic areas around campus.
When people ask what students can do to enhance their safety, we have a simple response: the single best way to stay safe on campus is by observing common sense. (Please refer to the Safety Tips for All College Students listed below.)
Students may park in spaces designated “General/Student Parking.” All students with vehicles must obtain a parking permit. To obtain a permit, the student must provide the Student Life Office with a completed Vehicle Registration Form. Visitors staying on campus overnight or for more than one day must obtain a visitor’s parking permit for their vehicle by registering with the RA of the residence hall in which they will be staying. Overnight guests with visitor’s permits can park in “General/Student Parking.” Vehicles without a permit are subject to fines and towing at the owner’s expense.
Interested in bringing a car to campus? Read our Vehicle Policies.