- Timely Notifications
- Daily Crime Log
- Daily Fire Log
- Emergency Notifications
- Crime Statistics
- Annual Security & Fire Safety Report
- Reporting Criminal Offenses
- Reporting Sexual Assault & Rape
- Campus Security Authority (CSA) Reporting Form
- Parking / Traffic Violation Appeal
- Safety Tips
- Campus Emergency Phones
- Demonstration Guidelines
- Other Policies
- Campus Safety Members
- Take Care/Take Action
- Access to College Facilities
- Student Housing
- Educational Programming
- Disciplinary Action
- Policy on Sexual Offenses
- Policy on Alcohol, Drug, and Hazardous devices
- Uniform Crime Report
- Nondiscriminatory policy
Access to Moravian College facilities is restricted to students, employees, guests of the College, and others attending designated public events. Resident students are held responsible for the conduct of their guests.
Community groups may be granted the use of College facilities upon application to the director of public relations. Such groups are subject to the regulations governing the use of facilities, including the Moravian College alcohol policy.
Further information concerning access to residence halls is contained in the section on residence hall security.
Check out the following links for more information:
- Resident Life Website:
- Resident Life Information in the Student Handbook:
The student affairs staff, along with other campus programming organizations, sponsors several educational programs each term. Recent programs concerned with security and safety have addressed the topics of self-defense, rape and acquaintance-rape (date-rape) prevention, AIDS, alcohol awareness and the College alcohol policy, legal liability, and fraternity and sorority pledging activities. Most of these programs have been repeated for general audiences or specific residence-hall groups. Most programs involve an informed presentation followed by questions and discussion. Residence-hall staff members also are encouraged to schedule educational programs on security and safety for the residents of their floor.
- Disciplinary information in the Student Handbook:
Sexual offenses are major violations of expected conduct for Moravian College students. Student victims of sexual offenses are urged to contact the Advocates for Survivors of Sexual Assault (484) 764-9242. Additional information can be found at the Take Care, Take Action website: http://home.moravian.edu/public/stusvc/takeAction/index.htm
For a complete description of College policies on sexual offenses, please read the Moravian College Student Handbook at http://www.moravian.edu/studentLife/handbook/.
The Moravian College alcohol policy complies with the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania's laws on the consumption and furnishing of alcoholic beverages. The policy outlines procedures to be followed in the registration and monitoring of social events and prescribes actions to be taken when the policy and procedures are not followed. Moravian College prohibits the possession, use, and sale of illegal drugs. More information about these policies can be located here: http://www.moravian.edu/studentLife/handbook/standards/standards6.html.
Commissioned Officers of the Department of Campus Safety are authorized to carry firearms. Regulations concerning the officers' use of force are published in the department procedures manual. Unauthorized use or possession of firearms, other forms of hazardous devices, or any from of fireworks or explosives on College property is strictly prohibited.
As a result of the authority granted by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, the Department of Campus Safety has been granted identification numbers by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and must submit monthly reports of all criminal incidents under its jurisdiction to the Pennsylvania State Police. These reports are then forwarded to the FBI and compiled into the Uniform Crime Report (UCR).
In compliance with Pennsylvania Act 73 and with the Federal Student Right-to-Know, the Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act of 1990, and the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, the Department of Campus Safety maintains and provides information on crimes and crime statistics and interacts with local criminal-justice agencies to exchange information on students who may commit crimes off campus.
The director of campus safety is the campus official assigned responsibility for receiving and resolving complaints relative to Act 73 and the Federal Student Right-to-Know and the Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act of 1990. A complainant also may file a complaint with the Office of the Attorney General of the Commonwealth and shall be given the address of this office upon request to the director of campus safety.
The Jeanne Clery Law is the name given to the crime and security provisions of the 1998 Higher Education Act Amendments
Moravian College is a welcoming community that embraces and values the diversity of all members of the campus community. We acknowledge the uniqueness of all individuals, and we seek to cultivate an environment that respects, affirms, and defends the dignity of each member of the community. Moravian College complies with all federal and state laws regarding nondiscrimination in recruitment, admission, and employment of students, faculty, and staff. Inquiries concerning this policy may be directed to Mr. Dennis A. Domchek, vice president for finance and administration, Moravian College, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania 18018 (610 861-1360).