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SCUSOMA maintains a safe environment, monitored by the Building Safety Committee.
This group develops appropriate safety and security policies, addresses the annual reporting requirements of the Student Right-To-Know and Campus Security Act of 1991, and identifies and promotes programs encouraging crime prevention and personal safety.
Policies and procedures regarding campus safety, the reporting of crimes and emergencies, are provided in the following section.
Anyone wishing to make suggestions, recommendations, or comments regarding safety or security issues may contact any member of the Building Safety Committee.

Crime and Emergency Reporting Procedures

All persons on campus must familiarize themselves with the following procedures by referencing the School Catalog, Faculty Handbook, Employee Handbook, Student Handbook, Clinic Handbook, bulletin board notices, and/or other available methods.

All crimes occurring on campus, or at SCUSOMA events or activities, must be reported according to the procedures listed below:

1. All crimes and emergencies should be immediately reported to the main front desk, which will function as the primary liaison for all types of incidents. Campus Incident Report Forms will be distributed, as needed, by the front

Our operating hours are from Monday-Saturday from 9:00am-6:00pm. We have a campus security guarding the building at all times.
Outdoor security cameras.
ID-card entry for low-visibility doors after 7:00 pm.
Security can be reached at any time, 24/7: (213) 503-1121

Reporting a Crime

We strongly encourage you to report possible security problems or incidents. We also require that all restraining orders in effect be reported to Security.
This allows us to maintain and increase safety on campus.

Please report incidents to a member of the security staff, or the director of facilities or call (213) 413-9500.

Crime Awareness and Campus Security Report


Voter Registration

SCUSOMA  actively encourages students to register to vote. Registering and voting are important aspects of your rights and responsibilities as an informed citizen. The following information is provided to assist you in registering to vote either in California or in your home state.

In order to vote, you must be a U.S. citizen and at least 18 years old at the time of the next election. As a college student you may register in California using your permanent home address. When completing your voter registration form please note that P.O. boxes are not permitted as your residential/home address. The voter registration requirement applies to general and special elections for federal office, including the election for governor, or other chief executive within a state.

Voter registration materials are available at the Financial Aid Office 120 days prior to the deadline for registering to vote. California registration forms are available on-line at (scroll down to “How to Register to Vote”). Forms are also available at post offices, libraries, city hall, or department of motor vehicle offices.

For information regarding California registration deadlines please see the California State Board of Elections website at

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3460 Wilshire Blvs. Suite 500
Los Angeles, CA 90010
Tel: 213-413-9500
Fax: 213-413-5400
Office/Clinic Hour
-Mon~Fri am 9:00~pm 6:00
-Sat am 9:00 ~ pm 12:00 (Clinic Only)
-Lunch Time pm 1:00~2:00
-Sunday Closed


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