In compliance with applicable law and its own policy, Saint Joseph’s University is committed to recruiting and retaining a diverse student and employee population and does not discriminate in its admission of students, hiring of employees, or in the provision of its employment benefits to its employees and its educational programs, activities, benefits and services to its students, including but not limited to scholarship and loan programs, on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex/gender, marital status, ancestry, sexual orientation, medical condition, physical or mental disability, veteran status or any other basis prohibited by applicable law.
Questions or concerns regarding the University’s equal opportunity policies and programs should be directed to the University’s Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Officer, (610) 660-3336.
Notification with Regard to the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act of 1998, and the Campus Sex Crimes Prevention Act.
As provided by the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act of 1998, Saint Joseph’s University through its Department of Public Safety, annually provides notice and makes available copies of the Annual Security Report, to the campus community, prospective students, employees and the public. Each Security Report includes statistics for the past three years concerning crimes and incidents (whether they occurred on campus, in off-campus building and property owned or controlled by the Univeristy, or on public property adjacent to campus) reported to campus security authorities. Each Security Report also provides campus policies and practices concerning security – how to report sexual assaults and other crimes, crime prevention efforts, policies/laws governing alcohol and drugs, victims’ assistance programs, student discipline, university resources, and other matters. The Security Report, which also includes information about the Department of Public Safety and Security, is publicly available electronically or by hard copy in the following ways: electronically at http://www.sju.edu/resources/security/pdf/Clery%202008.pdf or by telephone request to the Department at 610-660-1111 or stopping by the Department’s Office on campus.
In addition, as provided by the Campus Sex Crimes Prevention Act, the Philadelphia and Lower Merion Sheriffs’ Offices maintain a Megan’s Law database of sex crime offenders, which information may be obtained from those offices located at [addresses to be inserted here by John Henfey].