Fear of crime research has typically focused on „hotspots of crime?, including residential neighborhoods and inner-city zones, as these areas typically possess high crime rates. Studies of fear of crime, however, have overlooked the university campus while these institutions could benefit from research to reduce fear of crime. This research aimed to investigate the influence of routine activities ... [Show full abstract] on women?s fear of crime on the USM campus environment. Routine activity theories consider the idea that crime is dependent upon the opportunities presented by people’s everyday activities. Therefore, a survey on fear of crime among women (students and staffs) on USM main campus was conducted.In this study, routine activity variables are transportation, walk alone on campus during the day and walk alone on campus at night.This research discovered that respondents exhibit a relatively high fear of crime level. The results found relationship between two factors of routine activities (transportation and walk alone on campus at night) by the significance values less than 0.05.