How safe are your students?

The physical safety of your campus’s students is one of your top priorities. You’ve taken steps to secure your campus through physical security measures such as security cameras and guards. However, you might still be leaving students and employees at risk with inadequate key control practices.

Pegboards, lockboxes, and inefficient manual key logs could lead to theft or violent crimes when keys are misused, stolen, or lost. University employees and outside contractors can take advantage of poor key control to abuse their access to student dorms and apartments. Other assets such as fleet vehicles and valuable or dangerous research materials also make universities tantalizing targets for thieves.

Multiple sets of keys hanging on wall case

Case Studies

Virginia Tech University
Virginia Tech University
Virginia Tech currently enrolls more than 30,000 full-time students and is one of the country’s top research institutions. With such a large student population, it maintains…
Hot topics and industry information from our blog

Education Insights

Higher ed buliding with students coming and going
The New Higher Ed Campus: What Your Key Security Needs Now

Electronic key control can help higher education facilities managers meet three key challenges of the post-pandemic environment.

Young woman standing in doorway of neat dorm room, looking to side
5 Things That Hurt Your Residence Hall Security [Quiz]

Do any of these 5 factors apply to your on-campus housing? If so, see what you can do to improve security and put students at ease.

Row of white fleet vans
The Challenges to Managing a University Fleet

Is your university prepared to absorb the cost of lost, stolen, or misused fleet vehicle keys?

Contact Us For More Information

* Required Fields