Campus Security & Crime Prevention
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Campus Security and Crime Prevention Information
For incidents reported in 2015 at the Chicago Campus:
In compliance with the Jeanne Clery Act Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (Clery Act), Adler is required to provide a report of all crimes occurring on campus as well as crime statistics reported to local law enforcement for the immediate area surrounding the campus. The Chicago Campus does not have non-campus property.
This report includes statistics from the previous three years (2013, 2014, and 2015). There were zero incidents reported on campus for the 2015 calendar year.
While the university attempts to provide a safe and secure environment, safety is enhanced when students and employees take precautions such as:
- Never leave valuables (wallets, purses, books, computers, etc.) unattended.
- Avoid walking alone at night. Travel with a friend or companion.
- Avoid parking or walking in secluded or dimly lit areas.
Students, faculty, and staff are encouraged to report all crimes or suspicious persons immediately. Please report all non-emergency incidents to the Adler Security Guard at x4455 or Facilities Director at x4411. In case of an emergency, the Chicago Police Department and Chicago Fire Department can be reached by dialing 911 from any phone.
Emergency Response System
The emergency mass-notification system is utilized in case of an emergency or school closing due to inclement weather. In the event of an emergency or school closing, the Adler community is contacted via their cellular phone number and Adler e-mail address.
We encourage Adler students, faculty and staff to keep their contact information up to date by contacting one of the following offices:
Students – Students have the option to directly manage their phone numbers and e-mail addresses in their User Profile in Self-Service. You can add and remove e-mail addresses and phone numbers. The only exception is your Adler e-mail account. Your Adler e-mail cannot be removed and will always remain as your preferred e-mail address to ensure you receive communications from departments within the Adler community. Any changes you make to your phone number or e-mail address are immediately processed and viewable in your User Profile.
Students also have the option to request an address change via Self-Service.
- Log onto Adler Connect
- Go to the Self-Service option
- Towards the top of the page, click your Name
- Click User Profile
- Click on the “Request Address Change” option to submit your new address to the Office of the Registrar for processing. Please allow up to three business days for your address change request to be processed by the Office of the Registrar. There is no need to e-mail your request. You can check the status of your request by viewing your address in Self-Service.
Employees – Human Resources at email@example.com.
Emergency Preparedness Manual
Click here for a copy of our emergency preparedness manual.
Alcohol and Illegal Substances
Adler University’s campuses are smoke-free. In addition, smoking is not permitted within fifteen feet of any entrances. If a local law ordinance provides greater protection for the rights of non-smokers, it shall apply.
Adler University explicitly prohibits the unlawful possession, use, or distribution of illicit drugs by students or employees on school premises or as part of any of its activities.
Alcohol beverages may be served to and consumed by persons of legal drinking age on school premises or practicum and internship sites in conjunction with a specifically authorized function. Individuals consuming alcohol and other legal drugs should do so in a responsible manner. Members of Recognized Student Organizations should see the RSO Handbook for further restrictions.
Adler University is committed to providing and maintaining a healthy learning and working environment for all students, staff, and faculty members. In accordance with the university’s values and its role as an educational institution, the university condemns any form of sexual violence. In accordance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Crime Statistics Act, Adler University reports certain sexual offenses occurring on or near campus to the appropriate authority. The survivor has the choice of whether or not to file a report and/or to proceed with legal action.
A sexual offense is defined as any unwanted physical contact of a sexual nature, whether by an acquaintance or by a stranger, that occurs without indication of consent of both individuals, or that occurs under threat or coercion. Sexual offenses, as well as threats of sexual offenses and intimidation through threats of sexual offenses, are prohibited by the University.
2015 Campus Security and Crime Prevention Information
Click here to view the Adler University 2015 Campus Security and Crime Prevention Information for the Chicago Campus.