The Jeanne Clery Act is a consumer protection law enacted in 1990 which requires universities who have federal financial aid programs to provide the following:

  1. Campus Crime Data - Statistics and information regarding crime in or around campus are made public via the university's annual security report.
  2. Support for Victims - The university works with survivors of sexual assault, domestic or dating violence, or stalking to make appropriate adjustments to their academics, transportation, or living arrangements.
  3. Policies & Procedures - Protocols are developed that support timely notifications of incidents as well as procedures or protocols for survivors to follow should the need arise.

 >> Annual Campus Security and Annual Fire Safety Report

For a hard copy of the report, email:



University Police works in tandem with the Dean of Students and other campus partners to provide comprehensive data, reports, and resources required by the Jeanne Clery Act.