Message from the Director of Public Safety
On behalf of the men and women of the Department of Public Safety, it's my pleasure to welcome you to Rosemont College. I want to assure you that the Department of Public Safety will be working around the clock to maintain a safe atmosphere for faculty, staff, students, and visitors alike. We believe that safety is a shared responsibility and ask that you join us in making our campus, as well as our local community, a safe and joyful place.
Working together we will make the Rosemont community a safe one for living and learning. I welcome your comments, suggestions, and ideas for making Rosemont College an even safer environment.
Campus crime, arrest and referral statistics include those reported to the Department of Public Safety, officials designated as Campus Security Authorities, Lower Merion Police Department and the Philadelphia Police Department.
Criminal incidents, fires, emergencies or any type of suspicious activity on campus or in the area adjacent to the College should be promptly reported to the Department of Public Safety by dialing 2555 from any campus phone or 610-527-1038 from any other phone. Public Safety Officers are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
When calling, stay calm and carefully explain the problem and location to the officer. Do not hang up until told to do so. Keep calm and keep others calm.
A Public Safety Officer is immediately dispatched to the location where he or she will evaluate the situation and contact the necessary authorities. Public Safety Officers will assist crime victims by contacting the appropriate police/service agency, providing transportation, and other reasonable services to encourage accurate and prompt reporting of criminal offenses. All victims of crime are encouraged to file a report with the local police departments.
Rosemont College does not discriminate on the basis of sex in its educational, extracurricular, athletic, or other programs or in the context of employment.
Sex discrimination is prohibited by Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, a federal law that states:
“No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance.”
To ensure a hassle-free parking experience at Rosemont, please familiarize yourself with the following rules, policies, and regulations before parking on campus. These regulations apply to all students, faculty, staff, administration, volunteers, outside contractors/vendors and visitors to the campus.
The purpose of this policy is to regulate the placement and use of closed circuit television (CCTV) cameras on the premises of Rosemont College. Rosemont College is committed to enhancing the safety of all members of and visitors to the College community.
The purpose of the Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) is to establish, through planning sessions, discussions, and lessons learned, a set of emergency procedures to assist Rosemont College in managing and responding to any emergency that may arise.
If a situation arises on or around campus that could threaten the health or safety of Rosemont community members, senior administrators of the College and members of Public Safety are immediately summoned as part of Rosemont's crisis response procedure. This group determines what actions to take, using Rosemont College's Emergency Preparedness Plan as a guideline.
Report criminal activity on the Rosemont campus or the immediate area surrounding the campus by filling out our online crime report form. Do not send emergency or crisis information, or report situations that require an immediate response by Public Safety. Confidential reports of crime are accepted.
Pursuant to The Timothy J. Piazza Anti-Hazing Law, Pennsylvania Act 80 of 2018, signed into law by Governor Tom Wolf on October 19, 2018, Pennsylvania colleges and universities are required to maintain and publish a report of hazing violations. In compliance with this requirement, Rosemont College has prepared a report of hazing incidents reported to the institution over the previous five-year period. This report will be updated on a biannual basis.
In the event of an emergency on campus (or for weather related closing) a text message is one way to alert the Rosemont community. You can chose to send a text message to your cell phone, email account, or both.
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General Phone Extensions
2556 - Director of Public Safety
2554 - Public Safety Office (administrative line for information only)
2154 - Director of Operations
2152 - Director of Facilities
2400 - Dean of Students
2401 - Director of Residence Life
2420 - Wellness Center
2416 - Counseling Services
2211 - Residence Coordinator
4112 - Residence Coordinator
2334 - Woman’s Center at Rosemont
Woman's Center of Montgomery County
Victim Services Center of Montgomery County
Serious Crimes Hotline: 610.ASSIST1
Sexual Assault Hotline: 610.277.5200
Victim Services: 610.277.0932
Lower Merion Township Police Department
Emergency: DIAL 911
General Information: 610.649.1000
Superintendent of Police: 610.645.6270
Operations Division Command: 610.645.6270
Staff Services Command: 610.645.6250