An Automatic External Defibrillator (AED) is a device that automatically analyzes the heart rhythm and, if it detects a problem that may respond to an electrical shock, that permits a shock to be delivered to restore a normal heart rhythm.
These units are relatively simple to use; the instructions are in the cabinets.
The AEDs are located in the following places across campus. Click on the location to see picture of the actual AED cabinet.
The pictures are provided by Mary Mason, instructor in the Exercise Science Department. Ms. Mason is Red Cross certified and offers classes on CPR, AEDs, and First Aid. Please contact her for more information.
- Kiewit Fitness Center Forum (Main Entrance)
- Kiewit Fitness Center (Main Gym, West Wall)
- Skutt Student Center Ballroom (Main Lobby)
- Harper Center 1st (ground) floor (across from elevators)
- Harper Center 2nd floor (East wall next to Center for Service and Justice)
- Harper Center 4th floor (Across from elevators)
- Hixson-Lied Science Building (Ground [main] Floor Lobby)
- Lied Center for Performing Arts (Auditorium Main Lobby)
- St. John's Church (East side)
- Old Gym (Athletic Office Reception Area)
- Kitty Gaughan Baseball/Softball Complex (Main Entrance)
- Morrison Soccer Stadium (Main Entrance)
- Boyne Main Dental Clinic (South Wall)
- Boyne Pediatric Dental Clinic (Reception Area)
- BIC (Behind the help desk)
- Ryan Center (Next to south entrance)
- Athletic Trainers (Mobile Event Units)
- Public Safety (Mobile units in vehicles)