Annual Security and Fire Report

Your safety and security is extremely important to us at Rosemont College. The following information is provided to you to share our commitment to the security of our community, to inform you about the steps you can take to ensure a safe campus. Clearly, the best protection against campus crime is an aware, informed, alert campus community-student, faculty and staff who use reason and caution.

The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (The Clery Act) requires Rosemont College to provide students and employees with information on its security policies and procedures and specific statistics for certain criminal incidents, arrests and disciplinary referrals and to make the information and statistics available to prospective students and employees.

Higher Education Act of 1965 requires institutions with on-campus housing to share with the campus community an annual Fire Safety Report, which is included in this document.

In addition, the State Board of Education, adopted regulations implementing the College and University Security Information Act (Act 73 of 1988). In 2004, this act was repealed and replaced with the Uniform Crime Reporting Act (Act 180 of 2004). Pennsylvania colleges and universities must provide information, related to security policies and procedures, to students, employees and applicants; to provide certain crime statistics to students and employees, and to make those statistics available to applicants and prospective employees upon request.

All questions or request for information in this document are available by contacting the Director of Public Safety, 1400 Montgomery Ave., Rosemont Pa 19010, or clorenz@rosemont.edu.