Student Risk Management
Twitter Voices for Higher Education & Safety
By GradGuard on Nov 23, 2015


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Twitter is a vibrant social media channel with colleagues in and around the college and university marketplace.

Here are some of my favorite voices within organizations, companies and associations who give voice to topics of higher education safety, student conduct and risk management. Please share other voices who should be included:

Clery Center Policy @SOCPubPol

Clery Center has been responsible for the passage of nearly 40 state and federal laws designed to make college and university campuses safer since 1987.

University Risk Management & Insurance Association @URMIAnetwork

URMIA is dedicated to building the discipline of #highered #riskmgmt on your campus.


ASCA is the the leading voice on student conduct administration.


Higher Education, Hospital, K-12 Consulting | Risk Management | Public Safety Policy | Safety Technology | Management Consulting | Crisis Planning

The NCHERM Group @thenchermgroup

The NCHERM Group is the umbrella for eight organizations which serve to advance holistic, proactive prevention and risk management in higher education.


The Nat’l Center for Campus Public Safety provides comprehensive, centralized resources to US higher education. RT doesn’t = endorsement. Tweet fact not opinion


The premiere association dedicated to continual improvement of environmental, health, and safety at all colleges and universities.


A licensed insurance company owned and governed by more than 1,200 schools, colleges, and universities.

@GradGuard (Can't forget to mention our great Tweets!)

We help students & their families protect their investment in #HigherEd. A leading provider of benefit programs including tuition & renters #insurance.


As the world wide leaders in Campus Fire Safety, we are devoted to reducing the loss of life and property from fire and accidents at campuses around the…


The Association of College & University Housing Officers — International proudly serving the world of campus housing professionals.


Committed to providing education, professional development, and support to create safer campuses.


Campus Safety Magazine serves campus decision makers involved in the public safety and security of hospitals, school districts & universities. …

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