Thank you for your reply. Please go back to your other questions and fix those so that the previous experts are credited for assisting you.
Under 110 ILCS 1020, in pertinent part, "...Members of the campus police department shall have the powers of municipal peace officers and county sheriffs, including the power to make arrests under the circumstances prescribed in Section 107-2 of the Code of Criminal Procedure of 1963, as amended, for violations of state statutes or municipal or county ordinances, including the ability to regulate and control traffic on the public way contiguous to the college or university property, for the protection of students, employees, visitors and their property, and the property branches, and interests of the college or university, in the county where the college or university is located. Campus police shall have no authority to serve civil process."
So, if they did obtain a warrant, they could come to your property and arrest you. They cannot simply break into your apartment and kidnap you or even arrest you without a warrant. If they were to do that, then you could sue them for violation of your 4th and 5th Amendment rights since they entered your property without a warrant and also arrested you without a warrant.
If they have a warrant, then they can arrest you wherever found, including coming to your apartment to arrest you, but again, they still cannot break in to do so, they must knock and announce their presence first. They still must have obtained a warrant to do so and just because you have never spoken to them does not mean they did not get a warrant and that is something you would need to find out, which would mean engaging a local criminal defense attorney who would have to contact the department and if they have a warrant then your attorney can arrange for your surrender and also seek to have bail pre arranged.