Mar 04, 2024  
2023 - 2025 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2023 - 2025 Undergraduate Catalog

Operations



University Police

For the protection of campus and visiting personnel as well as institutional facilities, Elizabeth City State University has a Police Department charged with enforcing state and local laws, university policies, rules, procedures and regulations, including campus traffic and parking regulations. The university community is expected to comply with all state and local laws, university policies, rules and procedures and regulations. Officers’ authority extends on and off campus, including the power of arrest.* The University Police Office is located in the Thomas-Jenkins Building.

*The University Police Department jurisdictional power only extends to property owned or leased by the university that may not be on the main campus. University Police also have jurisdictional power on streets that are adjacent to the university.

Office of Emergency Management/Environmental Health & Safety

The mission of the Office of Emergency Management is to provide an integrated, comprehensive emergency management program for Elizabeth City State University. The office is responsible for the preparedness training and coordination of emergency response and recovery efforts for natural, man-made, or technological hazards that could adversely affect campus operations. The primary mission of the Elizabeth City State University Environmental Health and Safety Office (EHS) is to place administrative emphasis on workplace safety and health requirements for all persons comprising the University community. As a part of this mission, the ECSU EHS staff provides assistance to departments and individuals in order to establish and maintain a safe and healthy campus environment. Safety and health will be promoted as a matter of forethought rather than afterthought.

Office Of Emergency Management/Environmental & Health Safety

The mission of the Office of Emergency Management is to provide an integrated, comprehensive emergency management program for Elizabeth City State University. The office is responsible for the preparedness training and coordination of emergency response and recovery efforts for natural, man-made, or technological hazards that could adversely affect campus operations. The primary mission of the Elizabeth City State University Environmental Health and Safety Office (EHS) is to place administrative emphasis on workplace safety and health requirements for all persons comprising the University community. As a part of this mission, the ECSU EHS staff provides assistance to departments and individuals in order to establish and maintain a safe and healthy campus environment. Safety and health will be promoted as a matter of forethought rather than afterthought.

Motor Vehicles and Parking

Any motor vehicle operated on campus by faculty, staff, or students must be registered and display a registration decal.

Parking Permit Fees

Reserved Faculty & Staff $225.00
Non-Reserved Faculty and Staff $ 115.00
Students $ 100.00
Temporary Employment $9.58 monthly or $115.00
Visitor/Vendor $5.00 daily

*Fees are subject to change and are nonrefundable unless you graduate mid-fiscal year. Retiring employees can also request a refund.