Emergency Phones

Emergency PhonesEmergency telephones offer direct contact to Public Safety. Once the red emergency button is pressed, the telephone connection to Public Safety is instantaneous and there is no need to dial a telephone number.  These telephones can be used to report a criminal incidence, fire, illness, suspicious person or any other type of emergency on our campus.

These emergency telephones are located outside (view map):

  • On the northeast corner of the Allen-Bradley Hall of Science Building
  • On the northeast corner of the Grohmann Museum
  • On the northwest corner of Rosenberg Hall
  • Between the Broadway Lot and the Milwaukee Street B lot.
  • On the northwest corner of the Athletic Field
    (also includes an Automated External Heart Defibrillator)


There are 16 emergency phones at the MSOE Parking Complex.  The locations of the emergency phones are as follows:

Field Level:

  • NW Corner of the Athletic Field (Includes an Automated External Heart Defibrillator)
  • NE Corner of the Athletic Field
  • SW Corner of the Athletic Field

Broadway Level:

  • Elevator Lobby
  • NE Corner on Broadway Level
  • NW Corner on Broadway Level
  • SW Corner on Broadway Level

Market Level:

  • NE Corner on Market Level
  • NW Corner on Market Level
  • SW Corner on Market Level

Lower Level:

  • NE Corner on Lower Level
  • NW Corner on Lower Level
  • SW Corner on Lower Level

Exterior of Parking Complex:

  • Emergency Phone located on corner of N. Market Street and E. Knapp Street
  • Emergency phone located on the NW exterior corner of the parking complex
  • Emergency Phone located next to Ticket Booth



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