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Campus Safety Services

Bicycle Registration
The City of Holland requires that all bicycles used on campus must be registered. You may pick one up in the Campus Safety office after registering online, or you may go downtown to the Holland Department of Public Safety.

All use or control of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) taking place within or above the boundaries of Hope College must be authorized by Campus Safety.

ID Cards
We print ID cards that are used by students, faculty, and staff.

The locksmith keeps records of all keys distributed and installs and repairs various locks, security access points, and door hardware around campus.

Lost And Found
Hope College Lost and Found is located at Campus Safety. If you have lost an item, please fill out this form. We attempt to identify each item turned in and contact the appropriate owner.

On-Campus Rides
This free service operates on campus during evening hours to enhance student safety. Our officers are available to provide escorts for students with safety-based concerns after the Shuttle ends its service for the night. The wait time is dependent on officer availability.

Off-Campus Transportation
We offer a variety of Off-Campus Transportation Services for students. These include airport shuttles, rides to field placements and internships, and the authorization program to operate Hope College vehicles.

Our officers are available to give rides to Holland Community Hospital and local pharmacies for medical concerns.

Parking Information
We regulate parking on campus, including distribution of parking permits and enforcement of regulations.

RAD Self-Defense & Personal Safety Classes
Officers Mike Everse and Glendene Lahr, are certified RAD Instructors. RAD is a program of realistic self-defense tactics and techniques for women. Personal Safety classes are more of a common sense approach to self defense tactics and techniques. If you're interested in setting up a self-defense class, or learning more about it, contact Officer Everse.