Report to Students and Employees
College and University Security Information Act
Annual Security Report
Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act
The Campus Safety Department prepares this report to comply with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Crime Statics Act. The full text of this report can be located on our website at marywood.edu/campus-safety/policies/asr/. This report is prepared in cooperation with the local law enforcement agencies surrounding our main campus and alternate sites, Housing and Residence Life, Judicial Affairs, Business Affairs and Student Affairs. Each entity provides updated information on their educational efforts and programs to comply with the act.
Campus crime, arrest and referral statistics include those reported to the Campus Safety Department, Campus Security Authorities (CSA) (including but not limited to directors, deans, department heads, designed HRLO staff, judicial affairs, advisors to students/student organizations, athletic coaches), and local law enforcement agencies. These statistics may also include crimes that have occurred in private residences or businesses and is not required by law.
Marywood University has 2,984 undergraduate and graduate students enrolled for Fall Semester, 2017. Of these, 505 undergraduate and 23 graduate women and 209 undergraduate and 7 graduate men live in campus housing. All enrollment and housing statistics in this report are estimates for Fall, 2017. On-campus housing is available primarily to undergraduate students carrying twelve or more credits. Limited on-campus housing is available for graduate students carrying nine or more credits.
Housing for female students is available in three larger residence halls with a limited number of single rooms, three smaller
Full-time students under the age of 21, who do not live with their parent/guardians, are required to reside on campus during their first two years of enrollment. Eligible sophomores, juniors, seniors may select a room and a roommate during the spring room selection process. Apartment housing and housing in the smaller halls are open to
If available, portions of the residence halls are available for the use of the total campus population, while other portions are restricted for resident use only. The main desk of each larger residence hall is covered by a receptionist during the day and a security clerk at night, twenty-four hours a day during periods of normal occupancy. Doors to the residence halls, floors or wings are kept locked and many are equipped with alarms. The larger halls are equipped with a card access system for resident access. All doors are panic doors - they open from the inside out in case of emergency. Campus Safety is on call twenty-four hours a day. Residence hall windows are all equipped with locks, and most are inaccessible from outside without a ladder.
A Residence Director (Graduate Level) resides in each of the larger residence halls along with the students and is available to the students in the evening. Each larger hall is also staffed with undergraduate resident assistants. In addition to the Housing and Residence Life staff, each residence hall is also served by three to four housekeepers and a custodian who
During periods (breaks) of low occupancy, students may be moved into one residence hall with supervision. The residence hall can only be accessed
The smaller residence halls (female and male) are staffed by an undergraduate resident assistant. All doors are kept locked. Windows are all equipped with locks. Smaller residence halls are served by a custodian and one housekeeper. These employees work day shifts. Each resident has a key to the residence hall and to his/her own room. Master keys are held by the Residence Director.
Visitors to the residence halls must check in at the front desk, and must be escorted by the resident. Visitors must abide by all residence hall regulations, which are available
The Woodland Townhouse Apartments, located on campus, are owned and maintained by Marywood University. Campus Safety rounds are made at the Woodland Apartments, but since each apartment is a separate unit, there are no receptionists. The Woodlands is staffed by 5 resident assistants (undergraduate) and one Resident Director (Graduate Student) who also resides in the Woodlands.
The MSW Program in Lehigh Valley, PA is at DeSales University in the Campbell Building and serves 120 students. The classroom numbers are 114, 115, 119, 120, 121, and 122. The office numbers are 105, 106, 107, 108, and 109. DeSales University currently employs 1 Chief of Police, 2 corporal, 8 Full-time Sworn Police Officers, 1 Part-time Sworn Officer, 3 Part-time Unsworn Public Safety Officers, 1 Parking Authority Supervisor, dispatchers, and 1
The MSW Program in Central, PA (Bloomsburg University) is located at 50 Main Street in the Greenly Center and serves 30 students. Marywood University has no office space at Bloomsburg University. The Bloomsburg University Safety & Police Department consists of 1 Director, 1 Assistant Director, 1 Safety Administrator, 2 Secretaries, 1 Lieutenant, 4 Sergeants, 2 Corporals, 8 Patrolmen, 2 Part-time Officers, 3 Full-time Dispatchers (Security Officers), 3 Part-time Dispatchers (Security Officers), and 2 Parking Attendants (Security Officers).
The MSW Program at East Stroudsburg, which serves 60 students, is held in Stroud Hall on Saturday from 9:00 A.M. - 4:00 P.M. The classroom number is 417, and the office number is 310E. The ESU Police Department consists of 16 Full-time and 1 Part-time armed and trained officers and 1 Full-time Security Officer in addition to the Chief of Police. The Police Officers have full arrest powers in all university buildings and grounds, including and branch facilities.
Marywood University employs 153 full-time
All employees and students
The Campus Safety Office at Marywood University is located in the Nazareth Student Center. The campus safety staff consists of a Chief, 6 sergeants, 10
The Campus Safety officers are certified in CPR, First Aid, and AED use. The officers are professionally trained, uniformed Campus Safety officers that do not have
Marywood University has signed memorandums of Understanding (MOU) with the Scranton, PA and Dunmore PA Police Departments.
Criminal incidents on campus are reported to the Chief of Campus Safety, who will determine if local police are needed. All criminal incidents, as well as emergency calls (police, fire,