Campus Safety & Security

White Mountains Community College is concerned about the safety, security, and well-being of everyone on campus. A truly safe campus can only be accomplished through the cooperation of the entire college community, which includes students, faculty, staff, and visitors. College community members must assume responsibility for their own personal safety and the security of their personal belongings by taking simple, common sense precautions. Vehicles should always be locked and valuables stored out of sight. Any suspicious individuals or activity should be reported immediately.

WMCC strongly encourages the reporting of crimes, accidents, incidents, and emergencies. The College encourages reporting directly to local authorities in situations where the need is obvious, such as a theft you see taking place or a situation requiring immediate medical attention, etc. Notification of College personnel should take place after the emergency authorities are en route.

Students are responsible for reading and adhering to all policies of WMCC, as they are detailed in the Student Handbook.

For the WMCC Crime Statistics for the three previous years go to the Annual Crime Statistics page.

Annual Security Report

View WMCC’s Annual Security Report here.

Reporting a Crime or Incident

WMCC strongly encourages the reporting of crimes, accidents, incidents and emergencies to local authorities.  In situations where there is an immediate need to address the situation (an assault, a fire, a medical emergency, etc.), please call 911. WMCC personnel should be notified immediately after the emergency personnel have been notified.

Use this online form to report a crime or incident: Campus Incident Report Form

Other Important Safety Links

WMCC Lockdown Procedure

 New Hampshire Registration of Criminal Offenders


uSafeUS is a tool to enhance your safety. This free app will send you important safety alerts and provide instant access to campus safety, crisis centers, & local resources, and it features emergency contacts, safety tips, personal safety tools, and maps. To download the uSafe app to your phone, visit this website and search for your WMCC Campus.
uSafeUS is an easy to use smartphone application that allows you to:
– Stay safe by using interactive features
– Instantly access help in your area should you ever become a victim of sexual violence
– Learn how to approach and help someone who has experienced an assault
– Access your campus Title IX policy