Automated External Defibrillator (AED

An AED is a device that is designed to allow minimally trained people to administer life-saving defibrillation to someone to someone suffering from Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA).  It analyzes the heart's rhythm for any abnormalities and, if necessary, directs the user to deliver an electrical shook to the person experiencing SCA.

What is an Automated External Defibrillator (AED)?

An AED is a device with a built-in computer that checks heart rhythm through adhesive electrodes.  It's used to analyze the heart rhythm of someone suffering from SCA, and calculates whether defibrillation (shock) is needed.  AEDs are designed to be small.

Location of AEDs on Campus:

Boreham Business Building

  • 1st Floor Just outside of the Faculty Offices

Jones Learning Center

  • Main Hallway

Mabee Administration Building

  • 1st Floor Next to Vending Machines

Mabee Gymnasium

  • Inside Gymnasium on Southeast Wall

Munger-Wilson Memorial Chapel

  • Southeast Stairwell

Robson Library

  • 2nd Floor Next to Elevator

Seay Student Center

  • Ground Floor Outside of the Department of Public Safety Office
  • Upper Floor Across from the Borack Dining Hall 

Smith-Broyles Science Building

  • 1st Floor Main Hallway 

Walker Hall

  • 2nd Floor Between Rooms 220-221