Offices & Directories

Emergency Phone Locations

For your safety and use, 40 Emergency Telephones are located throughout the campus. Telephones are found on the front and/or rear of the residence halls near the main doors (with the exception of Melrose). The telephone at Melrose Hall is located on the east side of the hall (rear) and identified by a blue light. The residence hall phones are at the following locations:

  • Anderson Hall (front and rear entrance)
  • Bekins Hall (front entrance)
  • Bekins-Holt Hall (front and rear entrance)
  • Cal-Founders Hall (front entrance)
  • Cortner Hall (front entrance)
  • East Hall (front and rear entrance)
  • Fairmont Hall (front entrance)
  • Grossmont Hall (front entrance)
  • Melrose Hall (east side)
  • Merriam Hall (front entrance)
  • North Hall (front entrance)
  • Williams Hall (front and rear entrance)

There are wall-mounted telephones, identified by a blue light. They are located at:

  • Armacost Library (west side of main entrance)
  • Art Studio (east side directly across from the LaFourcade Garden)
  • Facilities Management (northwest corner)
  • Grossmont Hall (west side)
  • Hedco Hall (east side)
  • Hornby Hall (south side)
  • Peppers Art Gallery (west side)
  • Willis Center (outside Public Safety entrance on east side)

There are 16 other telephones, identified with a blue light, around campus. They are located at:

  • Theatre Arts Building (southeast side)
  • Armacost Library (southeast side)
  • Brockton Apartments
  • Currier Gym (southeast side)
  • Fraternity Row
  • Gannett Center (west side)
  • Hentschke Hall (east side)
  • Labyrinth (south side)
  • Orton Center (northwest corner)
  • Bridge southwest of the Women's Softball Field
  • Stauffer Science Center (interior quad and west side of parking lot)
  • Ted Runner Stadium and Thompson Aquatic Center (between both main entrance gates)
  • Truesdail Speech Center (east side)
  • University Hall - School of Education (near east entrance)
  • Willis Center (west side) 

Please take the time to locate these telephones as you become familiar with the University campus. All life-threatening situations can be reported directly to the Redlands Police Department by dialing 911 from any campus telephone.


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