First Summer Session begins
Tuesday, May 28, noon - noon
Service Awards Recognition Luncheon
The recognition luncheon honors SUNY Oswego's CSEA, Council 82, PBA and PEF employees for their years of service. $8 (admission by ticket only). 312-2230.
Location: Arena and Convocation Hall, Campus Center
Friday, June 14, noon - 2 p.m.
Location: Oswego and vicinity
Thursday, June 6, noon - noon
Thursday, June 20, noon - noon
The purpose of PSTF is to promote a safe and violence free learning environment for SUNY Oswego students, faculty, staff, and visitors. PSTF is charged with reviewing existing policies, procedures, programs, and environmental concerns as well as providing guidance and input for education and prevention initiatives.
Current sub-committees: Sexual Assault, Bias Related, Addiction, Facilities.
Our two main goals:
- review what is in place and make recommendations
- support programming, organizations and departments that have responsibility for safety on campus
New York State Education Law Article 129-a*
Notice to students, staff, and visitors to campus of procedures related to Article 129-a is made available through the publication of "Your Guide to Personal Safety", disseminated widely on campus on an annual ba sis, the SUNY Oswego Student Handbook, updated annually, and through presentations at each new student orientation program. Offices of responsibility for updating related information are:
- Advisory Committee on Campus Security: Assistant Dean of Students for Judicial Affairs and the campus Personal Safety Committee;
- Sexual Assault Prevention: Assistant Dean of Students for Judicial Affairs and the Personal Safety Committee;
- Campus Crime Reporting and Statistics: Assistant Dean of Students for Judicial Affairs and Chief of University Police;
- Investigation of Violent Felony Offenses: Chief of University Police;
- Bias Related Crime Prevention: Assistant Dean of Students for Judicial Affairs and Assistant Provost for Multicultural Affairs;
- Prohibition of the Marketing of Credit Cards: Director of Campus Life and Purchasing Officer.
Programs that promote campus safety are presented at New Student Orientation and on campus through out the year. The Personal Safety Task Force is the campus organization charged with coordinating the campus response to Section 129-A of the NYS Education law. Members of the Oswego State community are invited to serve on the Personal Safety Task Force and for more information, may contact the Office of Judi cial Affairs, 503 Culkin Hall.
In compliance with the Federal Campus Security Act (Clery Act), the annual report includes campus crime statistics. Any member of Oswego State community who has a concern about Oswego State's compli ance with provisions of the Federal Campus Security Act may address their concern to the Office of the Dean for Student Affairs, 711 Culkin Hall, 315-312-3214, Oswego State, and further, to the Director of the U. S. De partment of Education, Office of Postsecondary Education, Regional Office, 75 Park Place, Room 1206, New York, NY 10007. To find out more information about the Clery Act go to: www.securityoncampus.org. Interested parties may access crime statistics on their website at www.ope.ed.gov/security/search.asp.
The current Annual Security Report and is mentioned above as Your Guide to Personal Safety: Report to the Community can be found on the University Police web site: http://police.oswego.edu/administration/police/annrep/reports.html.
Oswego State encourages students, faculty, staff and visitors to act responsibly and to be alert to suspi cious acts or circumstances which may be harmful and/or illegal. Included in this would be any suspicious person, object or condition that gives rise to a safety concern. Students, faculty, and staff are asked to report incidents and hazards to University Police and/or the appropriate administrative staff or department chair.
*Excerpts from the Student Handbook