There is currently no emergency facing Keck Graduate Institute’s campus.

In the event of an emergency, this space will be used to provide timely information for students, parents, faculty, staff, and other members of the KGI community. It will be updated regularly as new information becomes available.

Emergency Phone Numbers

Emergency Message Hotline

The Claremont Colleges Campus Safety
909.607.2000 or 909.607.8732

Monsour Counseling and Psychological Services

Campus Safety Information

Do you have an emergency? Call Campus Safety! If you are on campus, dial ext. 72000 or call 909.607.2000

If you use your mobile phone to call 911, also be sure to call Campus Safety to inform them of the emergency.

Campus Safety Services

Emergency Response

  • First-responder to emergencies
  • Provide first aid until the arrival of paramedics
  • Apprehend criminals

Crime Prevention

  • Around-the-clock safety escorts
  • Patrol all campus streets, byways, and interior areas
  • Monitor alarms and surveillance cameras
  • Provide security and traffic control at special events and performances
  • Provide crime prevention and security education

Other Services

  • Take reports of crimes and incidents and forward them to Claremont Police Department for investigation
  • Assist law enforcement and other emergency service providers
  • Provide free 10-year bike registry (available at the Campus Safety office from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.)


LiveSafe is a free personal safety mobile application for students, staff, faculty, and the community to engage in two-way conversation with Campus Safety. It allows users direct access to Campus Safety and 911 emergency services, and creates greater situational awareness and safety preparedness by educating the user on daily safety related updates and statistics. 

Download the LiveSafe app

Emergency Procedures

    • Run: leave the area quickly and quietly, if it is safe to do so.
    • Hide: if you can’t leave, go to an area that can be locked and secured.
    • Fight: Fight as a last resort and attempt to incapacitate.
    • Call police if it is safe to do so.
    • If you encounter police, show your hands and follow their commands.
    • Ask the caller questions: Where is the bomb? When is it set to go off? What does it look like
    • Take notes on everything including background noise.
    • Report the threat immediately to Campus Safety or 911.
    • Stop: running is the most common cause of injury during an earthquake.
    • Drop: make sure your head is not the tallest thing in the room.
    • Cover: get under a desk or table to protect yourself from falling objects.
    • Hold: hold on tightly until the shaking stops.
    • Evacuate: evacuate if it is safe to do so.
    • Report your status to officials.
    • Calmly exit the building using the nearest accessible exit.
    • Noncritical items should be left behind while evacuating.
    • Use the stairs and avoid elevators.
    • Assist persons with disabilities.
    • Alert officials if anyone is trapped inside.
    • Do not leave the area/campus without reporting your status.
    • Pull nearest fire alarm.
    • Alert others as you evacuate and assist those in need if you can.
    • Never assume an alarm is false.
    • Use stairwells to leave. Do not use elevators.
    • Do not re-enter building(s) until directed by emergency personnel.
    • Call Campus Safety or 911.
    • Notify affected personnel immediately and evacuate the contaminated area.
    • Advise others to stay clear of the contaminated area.
    • Wait for further instructions from emergency personnel.
    • Call Campus Safety or 911.
    • Avoid leaving the person(s) except to summon help.
    • Do not move injured person(s).
    • Render first aid or CPR if you are trained and comfortable doing so.
    • Protect yourself before and after providing assistance.
    • Certain incidents may require that you shelter in place.
    • Close doors and windows and seal any gaps.
    • Do not turn on fume hoods or ventilation systems.
    • Call Campus Safety or 911.
    • Do not let a stranger into locked or secured areas.
    • Do not confront or attempt to stop any person from leaving.

Emergency Preparedness