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Virtual Golf Cart Training

On the recommendation for Safety and Emergency Management Committee, all persons (faculty, staff, students, visitors, contractors) needing to drive  a golf cart or small utility vehicle on campus must be certified by TLU Police department. Effective – August 2023


Approved by the President's Cabinet - April 18th, 2023


To get certified for golf cart/utility vehicle you can self enroll and complete the online training following the directions below. It should take about 20 minutes. For groups needing training, contact the TLU PD for other options .


  1. Go to:
  2. Click on “Brightspace Resources” from the black menu bar at the top and select “Discover”





Screen 2 (person selects the golf cart course) and they should be enrolled.



How can I lower my risk of sexual assault?

There are things you can do to reduce your chances of being sexually assaulted. Follow these tips from the National Crime Prevention Council.

·    Be aware of your surroundings — who’s out there and what’s going on.

·    Walk with confidence. The more confident you look, the stronger you appear.

·    Know your limits when it comes to using alcohol.

·    Be assertive — don’t let anyone violate your space.

·    Trust your instincts. If you feel uncomfortable in your surroundings, leave.

·    Don’t prop open self-locking doors.

·    Lock your door and your windows, even if you leave for just a few minutes.

·    Watch your keys. Don’t lend them. Don’t leave them. Don’t lose them. And don’t put your name and address on the key ring.

·    Watch out for unwanted visitors. Know who’s on the other side of the door before you open it.

·    Be wary of isolated spots, like underground garages, offices after business hours, and apartment laundry rooms.

·    Avoid walking or jogging alone, especially at night. Vary your route. Stay in well-traveled, well-lit areas.

·    Have your key ready to use before you reach the door — home, car, or work.

·    Park in well-lit areas and lock the car, even if you’ll only be gone a few minutes.

·    Drive on well-traveled streets, with doors and windows locked.

·    Never hitchhike or pick up a hitchhiker.

·    Keep your car in good shape with plenty of gas in the tank.

·    In case of car trouble, call for help on your cellular phone. If you don’t have a phone, put the hood up, lock the doors, and put a banner in the rear mirror that says, “Help. Call police.”




Employees Who Have Completed Golf Cart Training

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Irene Garcia
Chief, University Police
Phone: x6309
TLU Police Department     
1000 W Court St
Phone: x8000