Campus Security Report
Annual Notification of Campus Security
Please refer to the complete Annual Campus Security information.
The Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act of 1990 (PL 101-542, amended by PL 102-26), subsequently renamed the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, requires all post-secondary schools that participate in Federal Student Financial Aid Programs to keep and disclose information about crime on and near their school. In addition, VAWA (Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act, 2014) requires Institutions to compile statistics of incidents of dating violence, domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking; and to include certain policies, procedures, and programs about these incidents in the annual security report. A timely warning of crimes that represent a threat to the safety of students or employees will be promptly given. Accurate, complete, and timely information on crime statistics and security policies is stated in this annual security report and provided to students and employees. Information on drug and alcohol abuse education, as required under the drug-free campus requirements of Public Law 101-126, is also available in this report.
Carnegie Institute is a commuter school located in Troy, Michigan. Classes are held at the 550 Stephenson Highway building and managed by Liberty Property & Asset Management. Ample parking is adjacent to the building and is well-lit in the evenings. Students are encouraged to be aware of their surroundings and be mindful of their safety. For that reason, Carnegie Institute will respond to any actual or perceived emergency with whatever course of action the situation mandates. Anyone with information warranting an emergency response must report the circumstances to the School Directors or representatives of Carnegie Institute, including faculty and staff members. To ensure a safe environment within Carnegie Institute, all police incidents and security or safety problems, including vehicle accidents, injuries, criminal offenses, and suspicious activity, should be reported to one of the School Directors. If there is not a school official available at the said occurrence, students are to use judgment and contact the Troy Police Department at (248) 524-3477
or dial 911.
Current employees receive annual notification of the report by January 15 of each year. Prospective students may view the full report before enrollment. The link is also in the Student Handbook, a catalog supplement.