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To all members of the SUNY Oswego community:

In compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, the Higher Education Opportunity Act and the Violence Against Women Act, the college has published its Annual Security and Fire Report. This report contains important information regarding campus safety issues and educational programming, reporting procedures for criminal incidents or suspicious activity, emergency response procedures, fire statistics, crime statistics for the past three calendar years, referral information, and resources available on and off-campus.

The 2018 Annual Security and Fire Report is available online at or can be printed and mailed to you upon request by contacting the University Police Department or the Environmental Health and Safety Office.

For more information about the Clery Act, go to For information about Title IX, go to our website:  The Department of Education and the Office of Civil Rights also have important information about these laws:

The Annual Security and Fire Report is compiled by Student Conduct, Environmental Health and Safety, and University Police. Please contact one of the offices listed below if you have any questions or feedback about the report.

Chief John Rossi
SUNY Oswego University Police
Pathfinder Hall

Jerri Howland, Ph.D.
Vice President for Student Affairs and Enrollment Management (Interim) and Dean of Students
Culkin Hall   

Ken Ayhens
Environmental Health and SafetyFire Marshal

ee Hall