2020-2021 Catalog

Campus Security

The University intends to comply with all appropriate federal, state, and local regulations regarding security and the monitoring and recording of criminal activity at all City University of Seattle locations. City University of Seattle seeks to maintain a work and educational environment that is safe for our employees and students and conducive to high work standards.

The policy shall apply to all employees, faculty, students and staff at all locations. City University of Seattle interprets “employees” in the broadest sense to include all individuals who receive any reimbursement from the University for their services, as well as contractors and sub-contractors while on University premises. City University of Seattle interprets “students” to be all persons who are registered to take at least one course during the current quarter.

The University intends to comply with the United States Department of Education’s commitment to enforcing the provisions of the Campus Security/Clery Act of 1990 requiring a school to compile an annual campus security report.

Statistics on the following criminal offenses occurring on campus will be reported to the campus security authorities and the local police during each reporting year:

• Aggravated Assault • Arson
• Burglary • Drug Abuse Violations
• Liquor Law Violations • Motor Vehicle Theft
• Murder • Rape
• Robbery • Weapons Possession
• Prejudice (based on race, gender, religion, sexual orientation, ethnicity, or disability)

Upon request, the University will prepare, publish and distribute this information to all current students and employees, and to any applicant for enrollment or employment.

(Policy #2300.14)