Responsibilities of the College Community
Members of the FBBC&TS community must assume responsibility for their own personal safety and the security of their personal property.
Report all suspicious activity to CSD immediately.
Never take personal safety for granted.
Try to avoid walking alone at night.
Carry only small amounts of cash.
Never leave valuables (wallets, purses, books, calculators, etc.) unattended.
Carry your keys at all times and do not lend them to anyone.
Lock up bicycles and motorcycles. Lock car doors and close windows when leaving your car.
Always lock the door to your residence hall room, whether or not you are there. Be certain that your door is locked when you go to sleep, and keep windows closed and locked when you are not at home.
Do not leave valuables in your car, especially if they can be easily noticed.
Engrave serial numbers or owner's recognized numbers, such as a driver's license number, on items of value.
Inventory your personal property and insure it appropriately with personal insurance coverage.
Make plans to attend the premier youth group event this fall. Evangelistic emphasis so teens can bring their friends.
Handbell ConcertOctober 24
Join us for an enjoyable concert featuring the solo handbell artistry of Christine Anderson.
Fall Bible ConferenceNovember 3-7
Faith Board members and other personnel explore the theme For Our Admonition—Lessons from the Old Testament.
Impact Youth ConferenceNovember 8–Owatonna, Minnesota
Bring your teens to a full day of activities and spiritual challenge.