All campus buildings are open to the public; face coverings and social distancing required.
When you become a Northwest College student, you become part of the NWC campus safety and security team. Our game plan is inside these web pages—it's a look at the things we'll do, and the things you can do to keep our campus and students safe.
Conveniently located in the DeWitt Student Center, the NWC Campus Security Office stands ready to provide a variety of services to students including:
Visit Our Services page to learn more.
Campus Security Coordinator
Location: DeWitt Student Center
Office: DSC 222D
Daytime Phone: 307-754-6067
Evening & Night: 307-202-0605
In an emergency or crisis situation, Northwest College immediately notifies students and employees.
Additional measures will be taken if the situation warrants.
Trapper Alerts may also be used to warn students about events/situations on or off campus that can pose an ongoing or continuing threat to individuals or property. Timely warnings will be issued when information is received by the college about pertinent infractions in the community involving —
*When you enroll in classes, you are automatically enrolled in the NWC Emergency Notification System. However, you should check your MyNWC periodically to make sure your phone number is up-to-date.
Learn what to do in an emergency or crisis situation by downloading the Emergency Response Guide below, or find it under the Campus Security tab on your MyNWC portal.
Expect to be involved in fire drills at Northwest College. They’ll come when it’s snowing, in the middle of the night, whenever you least expect, but sometimes they’ll also get you out of class and into the sunshine on nice, warm days.
Northwest college's Annual Security & Fire Safety Report contains NWC's safety policy statements and crime statistics for the past three years. The policy statements address the school's policies, procedures and programs concerning safety and security, for example, policies for responding to emergency situations and sexual offenses.
You may also request a paper copy from the Campus Security Office at any time.
For a safe escort to an on-campus destination at night, call or text 307-202-0605