The security of all school members is a priority. Each year on October 1st, as required by the Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act of 1990, as amended, Chamberlain publishes a report outlining security and safety information, as well as crime statistics for the community. This report provides suggestions about crime-prevention strategies, as well as important policy information on emergency procedures, reporting of crimes and support services for victims of sexual assault. The report also contains information about Chamberlain’s policy on alcohol and drugs and informs students where to obtain a copy of the alcohol and drug policy. Important information about the educational debt, earnings and completion rates of students who attended Chamberlain can be found at chamberlain.edu/studentconsumerinfo or from the Director of Admission.
Students should immediately report incidents to the local law-enforcement agency if they witness or are victims to a crime. Emergency numbers are located throughout the school. In the event a student, while on campus, becomes ill, experiences a medical emergency or is injured, the procedures contained within the Chamberlain Safe App are followed. Students should immediately notify a campus colleague for assistance regarding any sudden illness, medical emergency or injury.