Public Safety & Parking

Campus Safety Information

Public Safety Escort Service


Public Safety

Mt San Antonio College offers a Campus Escort Service:

Monday - Thursday
6:30 - 10:15 p.m.

Escort stations are located at various campus locations. Escorts can be identified by their yellow jackets and I.D. Badges.

Call (909) 274-4555 to arrange for an Escort.

Click here to view a
map of locations.

Public pay phones are found in many locations on campus.

There are Emergency phones in each parking lot area that dials direct to Public Safety Police for emergencies.

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map of phone locations.


You can now Text-a-Tip when you witness crimes or any suspicious behavior on campus.

Text it to:

Text Number 909 274 9560

It’s all anonymous —your message comes through, but your cell number and identity don’t. Text-a-Tip enables Mt. SAC’s Public Safety officers to reply to your text without knowing your identity!


By October 1 of each year, Mt. SAC is required to publish and distribute an annual campus security report to all current students and employees. In addition, Mt. SAC must provide a timely warning of crimes reported to campus police and local police agencies in a manner that is intended to prevent similar crimes from occurring and to protect the personal safety of students and employees.

Click here to view crime statistics

 Public Safety

The college provides personnel for patrol of the parking lots. However, persons parking on District property do so at THEIR OWN RISK. Mt. San Antonio Community College District does not assume any responsibility for loss or damage to vehicles or their contents while parked anywhere on District property.

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Admissions 4415
Child Care Center 4920
Counseling 4380
Crisis Intervention Referral 4400
Disabled Student Services 4290
Escort Service 4555
Health Services 4400
Parking Services 4299
School and College Relations 4293
Public Safety Police 4555
Student Life Office 4525
Substance Abuse Referral 4400

Mt. San Antonio College is strongly committed to educating students regarding drug and alcohol abuse. The College’s prevention programs are in accord with the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act Amendments of 1989.