Atrium Health Cabarrus Security Services supports a safe campus environment in which all students and employees can learn, teach, and work. Available 24 hours a day, Atrium Health Cabarrus security officers respond to potential criminal incidents, requests for assistance, and emergency situations. Although not sworn police officers, they work closely with the City of Concord Police and Fire Departments, and other state officials to maintain a safe and secure environment. City of Concord Police staffs one officer on the campus of Atrium Health Cabarrus and is available to assist Atrium Health Cabarrus security as needed.

If you need emergency assistance on campus, call:

  • Atrium Health Cabarrus Security Services: 704-403-1192 or extension 6.6595 (from a college phone)
  • Atrium Health Cabarrus telephone operator: 704-403-3000
  • Lift the receiver at any emergency phone for immediate assistance. Emergency phone locations at the college include:
    • Front entrance
    • Side exit stairwell adjacent to the patio
    • Parking lot M (east and west sides)
    • Throughout parking areas of Atrium Health Cabarrus campus

Building Access

The College building is opened at 6:00AM and locked at 7:00PM Monday thru Friday. The College remains locked on weekends, holidays and designated “closed” days.

The front entrance to the building, when locked, does remain accessible via card swipe access to individuals having a valid photo identification badge. Students with a valid badge will have access to the building when locked, from 6:00AM to 10:00PM daily including weekends and holidays. Employees having a valid badge will have access to the building when locked, 24-hours per day, seven days per week.

NOTE: The College utilizes the Opening Up America guidelines provided by the Federal Government and Center for Disease Control to facilitate a procedure for teammates and students to return to teaching, learning, and service to one another during the COVID 19 pandemic. As such building access may be adjusted and entrants into the facility may be subjected to screening, be required to wear a mask, follow social distancing practices or other mitigating measures.