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College and University Security Information Act

Annual Security Report

Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act

2013-2014

The Campus Safety Department prepares this report to comply with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Crime Statics Act. The full text of this report can be located on our website at marywood.edu/campus-safety/policies/asr/. This report is prepared in cooperation with the local law enforcement agencies surrounding our main campus and alternate sites, Housing and Residence Life, Judicial Affairs, Business Affairs and Student Affairs. Each entity provides updated information on their educational efforts and programs to comply with the act.

Campus crime, arrest and referral statistics include those reported to the Campus Safety Department, designated campus officials (including but not limited to directors, deans, department heads, designed HRLO staff, judicial affairs, advisors to students/student organizations, athletic coaches), and local law enforcement agencies. These statistics may also include crimes that have occurred in private residences or businesses and is not required by law.

Marywood University has 3,175 undergraduate and graduate students enrolled for Fall Semester, 2013. Of these, 705 undergraduate and 7 graduate women and 272 undergraduate and 2 graduate men live in campus housing. All enrollment and housing statistics in this report are estimates for Fall, 2013. On-campus housing is available primarily to undergraduate students carrying twelve or more credits. Limited on-campus housing is available for graduate students carrying nine or more credits.

Housing for female students is available in three larger residence halls with a limited number of single rooms, three smaller halls and 36 apartment units, which house five to six students. Single rooms are available for graduate and undergraduate women in one smaller residence. Housing for male students is available in three larger residence halls and one smaller hall with limited single rooms. In addition, males may be housed in the 36 apartment units.

Full-time students under the age of 21, who do not live with their parent/guardians, are required to reside on campus during their first two years of enrollment. Eligible sophomores, juniors, seniors may select a room and a roommate during the spring room selection process. Apartment housing and housing in the smaller halls are open to upper class students.

If available, portions of the residence halls are available for the use of the total campus population, while other portions are restricted for resident use only. The main desk of each larger residence hall is covered by a receptionist during the day and a security clerk at night, twenty-four hours a day during periods of normal occupancy. Doors to the residence halls, floors or wings are kept locked and many are equipped with alarms. The larger halls are equipped with a card access system for resident access. All doors are panic doors - they open from the inside out in case of emergency. Campus Safety is on call twenty-four hours a day. Residence hall windows are all equipped with locks, and most are inaccessible from outside without a ladder.

A Residence Director (Graduate Level) resides in each of the larger residence halls along with the students and is available to the students in the evening. Each larger hall is also staffed with undergraduate resident assistants. In addition to the Housing and Residence Life staff, each residence hall is also served by three to four housekeepers and a custodian who are responsible for the general up-keep of the facility. These employees work day shifts. Each resident student has a key or key card access to his or her own room. Master keys are held by the Residence Director and are only utilized in the case of an emergency.

During periods (breaks) of low occupancy, students may be moved into one residence hall with supervision. The residence hall can only be accessed to residents through Campus Safety.

The smaller residence halls (female and male) are staffed by an undergraduate resident assistant. All doors are kept locked. Windows are all equipped with locks. Smaller residence halls are served by a custodian and one housekeeper. These employ­ees work day shifts. Each resident has a key to the residence hall and to his/her own room. Master keys are held by the Residence Director.

Visitors to the residence halls must check in at the front desk, and must be escorted by the resident. Visitors must abide by all residence hall regulations, which are available at each residence hall and also in the Office of Student Life and the Housing and Residence Life Office.

The Woodland Townhouse Apartments, located on campus, are owned and maintained by Marywood University. Campus Safety rounds are made at the Woodland Apartments, but since each apartment is a separate unit, there are no receptionists. The Woodlands is staffed by 5 resident assistants (undergraduate) and one Resident Director (Graduate Student) who also resides in the Woodlands.

On a space available basis, the Housing and Residence Life staff assigns a room to guests of the Universi­ty, who must register in advance. The Residence Director and Housekeeping staff are noti­fied of the assignment and length of stay. Guests of residents must register with the Residence Director or Desk Receptionist, (Campus Safety Personnel) who will assign a room if necessary or available.

The MSW Program in Lehigh Valley, PA is at DeSales University in the Campbell Building and serves 88 students. The classroom numbers are 114, 115, 119, 120, 121, and 122. The office numbers are 105, 106, 107, 108, and 109. DeSales University currently employs 1 Chief of Police, 2 corporal, 8 Full-time Sworn Police Officers, 1 Part-time Sworn Officer, 3 Part-time Unsworn Public Safety Officers, 1 Parking Authority Supervisor, dispatchers, and 1 Office Assistant.

The MSW Program in Reading, PA is at Alvernia College in Bernardine Hall and serves 7 students. The office number is 129. the Campus Security Department consists of 1 Director, 1 Assistant Director, 4 Sergeants, 1 Corporal, and 13 Officers.

The MSW Program in Central, PA is at Bloomsburg University in the McCormick Building and serves 40 students. Marywood University has no office space at Bloomsburg University. The Bloomsburg University Safety & Police Department consists of 1 Director, 1 Assistant Director, 1 Safety Administrator, 2 Secretaries, 1 Lieutenant, 4 Sergeants, 2 Corporals, 8 Patrolmen, 2 Part-time Officers, 3 Full-time Dispatchers (Security Officers), 3 Part-time Dispatchers (Security Officers), and 2 Parking Attendants (Security Officers).

The MSW Program at East Stroudsburg is held in Stroud Hall on Saturday from 9:00 A.M. - 4:00 P.M. The classroom number is 417, and the office number is 310E.  The ESU Police Department consists of 16 Full-time and 1 Part-time armed and trained officers and 1 Full-time Security Officer in addition to the Chief of Police. The Police Officers have full arrest powers in all university buildings and grounds, including and branch facilities.

Marywood University employs 172 full-time faculty, 20 pro-rata faculty, 254 part-time faculty, 47 full-time administrators, 348 full-time staff and over 77 part-time staff. (Estimates for Fall 2013).

All employees and students are issued photo identification cards, which allow the indi­vidual access to University facilities and University-sponsored events. The identification cards must be surrendered upon request, or upon termination of employment or withdrawal from school. Individuals and groups not associated with Marywood University must apply in writing for permission to use University facilities. The application must include the specific details of the function. All applications are reviewed at an administrative level.

The Campus Safety Office at Marywood University is located in the Nazareth Student Center. The campus safety staff consists of a Chief, 6 sergeants, 15 officers, 3 full time desk attendants, 4 part-time attendants,4 seasonal attendants, and 1 dispatcher. All officers patrol the exterior, interior, and campus roadways.

The Campus Safety officers are certified in CPR, First Aid, and AED use. The officers are professionally trained, uniformed Campus Safety officers that do not have arrests powers, and do not carry firearms. All criminal arrests, as well as request for emergency services (police, fire, ambulance) must be reported to the Chief of Campus Safety at 570-348-6242 (ext. 6242 on campus phone system). This phone is monitored twenty-fours a day. If necessary, the local police contact State officials. No persons are allowed to carry weapons on campus, with the exception of law enforcement officials in the line of duty.

Marywood University has signed memorandums of Understanding (MOU) with the Scranton, PA and Dunmore PA Police Departments.

Criminal incidents on campus are reported to the Chief of Campus Safety, who will determine if local police are needed. All criminal incidents, as well as emergency calls (police, fire, ambulance) must be reported to Campus Safety at 570-348-6242 (ext. 6242 on campus phones). This phone is covered twenty-four hours a day. Residence Directors and/or Resi­dent Assistants are notified of incidents occurring in the residence halls. They, in turn, notify Campus Safety. In an effort to prevent further crime, Marywood University will, in a timely manner, inform the University community of any criminal offenses (murder, rape or sexual assault, robbery, burglary, aggravated assault, motor vehicle theft) which pose a threat to students and employees. Such information will be disseminated by the President of Marywood University, or his or her designee, and will depend on the particular circumstances of the crime.

CAMPUS EMERGENCY NOTIFICATION PROCEDURE

PURPOSE

This policy authorizes use of the e2campus system for immediate alerts and notifications to the campus community, prior to and during a potentially catastrophic life-threatening emergency. It was developed to furnish information and direction so that campus community members may immediately protect themselves in an emergency situation. The protocols include the activation of an immediate emergency alert on campus and the use of other messaging systems to provide specific instructions when the crisis alert and notification protocol is activated.

POLICY

In the event of an emergency situation requiring immediate campus-wide precautions and actions, the Department of Campus Safety or the Dean of Students are authorized to activate the crisis alert notification system. Immediately prior to activating the system, Campus Safety units will be dispatched and a 911 call will be made to trigger a response from the appropriate jurisdictional first-responder authority.

The activation will be the first part of an integrated communication system, using a variety of vehicles, to notify the campus community. The notification will contain simple, clear instructions intended to minimize risk of serious physical injury or death.

The initiation of the crisis alert will be immediately followed by notification of the appropriate University officials to activate our internal response mechanism.

  • The Chief of Campus Safety or his designee will notify the Senior Director of Safety, Security, and Environmental Compliance, Assistant VP for Buildings and Grounds, Director of Marketing and Communications Dean of Students, Director of Housing & Residence Life, VP Business Affairs
  • The VP Business Affairs will notify the remaining members of the cabinet.

 

Such emergency situations shall include only those catastrophic events or dangerous incidents where there is an immediate threat of physical harm or death to community members and there is no time to prepare or otherwise warn them of the crisis in advance. Examples of such events or incidents, include, but are not limited to, an active shooter incident, a "gunman" at large, an immediate life-threatening and wide-spread hazardous material incident, a bomb located, or other serious in-progress potentially deadly incidents. Such threats may either be on-campus or off-campus in the immediate area of University owned, operated, and/or controlled property. Only those threats requiring immediate action by community members may result in the activation of the crisis alert and notification protocol.

The emergency notification system will send simple, clear pre-established messages to members of the campus community through a variety of designated systems including, but not limited to, cell phone text messaging, voice messages, MU e-mail accounts, television message boards, supervisor notifications, and door-to-door notifications. A typical message will identify the type of crisis, the location, and the action to take to minimize risk. Examples are:

  • " There is (type of crisis) on campus at ( a specific location), seek shelter, lock the door if possible, and remain in place."
  • " There is a (type of crisis) on campus (location) evacuate the area immediately and remain away (from the area) until further notice."

 

PROTOCOLS

In the event of an emergency situation as defined in the policy, the Department of Campus Safety or Dean of Students will activate the alert notification protocol and, based on the nature of the emergency, choose the appropriate pre-established message for immediate notification to the University community.

The Chief of Campus Safety will notify the Senior Director of Safety, Security, and Environmental Compliance, Assistant VP for Buildings and Grounds, Director of Marketing and Communications, and the Dean of Students. The Senior Director of Safety, Security, and Enivornmental Compliance will notify the VP Business Affairs, who will notify the University President and the remainder of the cabinet.

Once the emergency notification has been activated, all calls requesting information will be forwarded to an information update line at 348-6211.

Further instructions and information necessary to minimize risk of physical injury or death to community members may be transmitted through the same notification system as necessary until there is no longer an immediate threat. This will be done at the discretion of the Chief of Campus Safety and the Dean of Students.

Only a duly authorized member of the President's executive cabinet may direct the transmission of a message that either notifies the campus community that there is no longer an immediate threat or provides additional non-emergency information.

 

PROPOSED SCRIPTS FOR NOTIFICATION

SHOTS FIRED

"Gunshots have been fired at (location) Seek shelter, lock door and remain in place wait for further instructions."

GUNMAN AT LARGE

"A person with a gun has been seen at (location). Seek shelter, lock the door, remain in place."

HAZARDOUS MATERIAL INCIDENT

"A potentially hazardous material event has occurred that may affect campus. Stay indoors close windows/doors, remain in place."

BOMB LOCATED

"An explosive device was located at (location) Evacuate immediate area. Stay away from (location) until further instructions."

MISCELLANEOUS- STAY IN PLACE

"There is a (name crisis) on campus (location), seek shelter, look door, and remain in place."

MISCELLANEOUS- EVACUATE

"There is a (name crisis) on campus (location), evacuate the area immediately, remain away from the area until further instructions."

TIMELY WARNING POLICY

In the event a situation arises, either on or off campus, that, in the judgement of the Chief of Campus Safety or Senior Director of Safety, Security and Environmental Compliance, constitutes an ongoing or continuing threat, a campus-wide "timely warning" will be issued. The warning will be issued through the college e-mail or e2campus text messaging.

Depending on the particular circumstances of the crime, especially in all situations that could pose an immediate threat to the community and individuals, the Campus Safety Office would activate the audio warning system to provide immediate notification and safety precautions.

MINORS ON CAMPUS POLICY

Report sustpected violations of this policy to the child Line at 800-932-0313.



POLICY STATEMENT

To provide guidelines for appropriate protection and supervision of minors participating in University-sponsored programs, in programs operated by outside entities held in University facilities, and/or programs housed in University facilities. This policy does not apply to general public events where authorized parents/guardians are invited and expected to provide appropriate protection and supervision of minors. All Marywood University employees, Authorized Adults and/or Required Reporters are subject to the terms of this policy. View the entire policy.

MISSING PERSON POLICY/ PROCEDURE

PURPOSE

This policy provides a procedure to be followed by University officials in the event a student is reported missing. It was developed to furnish information, and act as a guideline for officials to follow. The procedure includes contacting the student’s emergency contact as listed on his/her Emergency Information card, as well as involving the appropriate jurisdictional law enforcement authorities.

POLICY

In the event a student is reported missing, the Chief of Campus Safety will notify the Senior Director of Safety, Security, and Environmental Compliance, Dean of Students, no later than 24 hours after receipt of the report, to contact the individual listed on the emergency information card. This information card will be disseminated to resident students prior to their assuming occupancy in the residence halls, and it will be mandatory for all resident students to complete the card.

If a missing report is received on a student under the age of 18, and he/she is not an emancipated individual, the Dean of Students will immediately contact the student’s legal guardian upon receiving the information.

The Chief of Campus Safety will contact one, or more, of the following law enforcement agencies: Dunmore Police [(570) 343-0851], Scranton Police [(570) 348-4141], or the Pennsylvania State Police- Dunmore barracks [(570) 963-3156]. The initial contact will be to the appropriate jurisdictional authority, and the Chief of Campus Safety will reserve the right to contact all of the above. The Chief of Campus Safety will also activate the University’s internal emergency response team.

SEXUAL ASSAULT PROTOCOLS/PROGRAMS

The Marywood University Campus Safety Department offers the Rape Aggression Defense (RAD) program. The RAD system is the only self defense program for women endorsed by the International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Agencies. This program is a 9 hour comprehensive attempt to provide participants with information, tactics and considerations which may be useful for various types of abduction encounters perpetrated against women.

The Marywood University Counseling/Student Development Center sponsors the "Peers on Wellness" (POW) program; the purpose of this organization is to increase awareness and participation in the following six wellness dimensions: social, physical, intellectual, cultural, emotional, and spiritual. The (POW) members are bi-annually trained on the topic of Sexual Assault Awareness, and offer this topic as one of the presentations in the freshmen seminar course, as well as presentations in the residence halls. This group also distributes a newsletter on Sexual Assault. In addition, the Counseling/Student Development program offers an annual sexual assault awareness program in April.

As part of the New Student Orientation preceding the Fall semester, an educational session is held on the topic of Sexual Assault. Educational materials are distributed to students, including a printed booklet (see Appendix A) describing procedures students should follow if a sex offense occurs, information on notification procedures, and resources for the student. This information is also published in the Resident Handbook.

(see Appendix B)

Marywood University will change a sexual assault victim's academic and living situations after an alleged sex offense, if requested; adjustments will be made as reasonably available. Options may include, but are not limited to, change of room and/or residence hall, changes in the section of a class or facilitation of an incomplete grade, based upon the date in the academic calendar.

Procedures for campus disciplinary action in cases of an alleged sex offense, as well as sanctions which may be imposed by the University are outlined in the Student Handbook and Resident Handbook.

Possible sanctions may include:

  • Policy Reminder
  • Restitution
  • Fines
  • Educational Tasks
  • Restricted Access / Loss of Privileges
  • Removal from University Housing
  • Conduct Hold
  • Probation
  • Interim Suspension
  • Suspension
  • Dismissal



Members of the campus community may obtain information concerning registered sex offenders who might be present on campus by contacting local law enforcement agencies:

Dunmore Police 570-343-0851

Scranton Police 570-348-4141

or log onto pameganslaw.state.pa.us

Marywood University prohibits the unlawful manufacture, distribution, dispensation, or use of illicit drugs and alcohol by students and employees on its property or as part of any of its activities. For more information, refer to the Marywood University Drug and Alcoholic Abuse Prevention Program, September, 2008.

The Physical Plant Management Office is in charge of maintenance of University build­ings, equipment, and grounds. Campus Safety daily patrol for possible safety problems, includ­ing burned out lights and obstructions on walkways. Problems are repaired as soon as possible after they are reported.

Marywood University does not discriminate against applicants for admission to any of the University's four schools on the basis of criminal records. However, each applicant is screened carefully, and evaluated on an individual basis. Regarding the hiring of employ­ees with criminal records, all applicants must indicate if they have been convicted of a crime, and the current status of the case. Marywood University treats persons with police records equitably, and does not ban them unnecessarily from employment. The individual applicant is evaluated in terms of overall qualifications for the position for which he or she has applied. Reference checks are obtained on all applicants. Criminal checks are done for all new hires.

Information regarding safety and security is disseminated on campus as needed through print media. Students residing in the residence halls are given written and verbal instructions on security precautions at a general meeting held at the beginning of each school year. These instructions are reiterated periodically, as needed. Pertinent notices are posted in each residence hall. In addition, general announcements are made in the daily campus publication. Seminars on crime prevention, safety and security issues are held annually. All employees as well as students are encouraged to attend. Topics range from credit card fraud to rape, and speakers include university officials as well as community and government representatives.

The Marywood University Employee Health and Safety Committee investigates employee accident and injury claims, inspects university buildings and provides education and training to supervi­sors and staff on pertinent safety issues. The Committee's purpose is to assist in main­taining a safe work environment, provide opportunities for discussion of accident problems and create university-wide awareness of the importance of safety.

Fire and safety drills are held twice each academic year in residence halls as well as monthly in other campus buildings. Fire exits are posted in every building, and floor plans are also posted in each residence hall and other campus buildings.

Marywood University makes every attempt to provide a safe and secure environment for students, employees, visitors, and personal property, but as in any institution, campus safety is only as good as each individual permits.

Everyone is encouraged to exercise caution and good judgment at all times.

For more information on any of the information contained in this report, contact the appropriate office listed below.

 

General Information 570-348-6211
Human Resources 570-348-6220
Student Life 570-348-6246
Physical Plant Management
570-348-6218
Dining Services 570-348-6241
Campus Safety 570-348-6242
Housing & Residence Life
570-348-6236

 

Marywood University, in accordance with applicable provisions of federal law, does not discriminate on grounds of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability in the administration of any of its educational programs or activities, including admission or with respect to employment. Inquiries should be directed to Dr. Patricia E. Dunleavy, Assistant Vice President for Human Resources, Marywood University, Scranton, PA 18509-1598.

Telephone: 570-348-6220

Residence Halls: Fire Safety Systems Graph

Facility Fire Alarm Monitored Off Campus (Vector Security) Partial Sprinkler System*1 Full Sprinkler System*2 Smoke Detectors Fire Extinguishers Evacuation Plans # of Fire Drills Each Academic Year
Woodlands Building 1
2500 N. Washington Ave.
Scranton, PA
X - - X X X 2
Woodlands Building 2
2500 N. Washington Ave.
Scranton, PA
X - X X X X 2
Woodlands Building 3
2500 N. Washington Ave.
Scranton, PA
X - - X X X 2
Woodlands Building 4
2500 N. Washington Ave.
Scranton, PA
X - X X X X 2
Woodlands Building 5
2500 N. Washington Ave.
Scranton, PA
X - - X X X 2
Woodlands Building 6
2500 N. Washington Ave.
Scranton, PA
X - X X X X 2
Woodlands Building 8
2500 N. Washington Ave.
Scranton, PA
X - X X X X 2
Woodlands Building 9
2500 N. Washington Ave.
Scranton, PA
X - X X X X 2
Immaculata Hall
104 Morgan Rd.
Dunmore, PA
X - - X X X 2
McCarty Hall
1409 College Ave.
Dunmore, PA
X - - X X X 2
Regina Hall
100 Morgan Rd.
Dunmore, PA
X - X X X X 2
Madonna Hall
1306 University Dr.
Dunmore, PA
X - X X X X 2
Emmanuel Hall
1310 University Dr.
Dunmore, PA
X - - X X X 2
Perpetual Help Hall
1411 College Ave.
Dunmore, PA
X -
X X X X 2
Loughran Hall
1406 University Dr.
Dunmore, PA
X - X X X X 2
Bethany Hall
2236 N. Washington Ave.
Scranton, PA
X - X X X X 2

*1 Partial sprinklers - common areas only
*2 Full sprinklers - common areas and individual rooms

Woodlands Building 1

Woodlands Building 1 is a two story structure with 4 apartments. The building covers 3,477 sq. ft. and has a 16 student capacity. The fire system is fully integrated and the building is equipped with fire extinguishers and smoke detectors, including all sleeping quarters.

Woodlands Building 2

Woodlands Building 2 is a two story structure with 2 apartments. The building covers 3,490 sq. ft. and has a 10 student capacity. The fire system is fully integrated and the building is equipped with fire extinguishers, smoke detectors, and a sprinkler system. Smoke detectors and sprinklers are installed throughout the structure, including all sleeping quarters.

Woodlands Building 3

Woodlands Building 3 is a two story structure with 4 apartments. The building covers 3,475 sq. ft. and has a 16 student capacity. The fire system is fully integrated and the building is equipped with fire extinguishers and smoke detectors, including all sleeping quarters.

Woodlands Building 4

Woodlands Building 4 is a two story structure with 2 apartments. The building covers 2,613 sq. ft. and has an 11 student capacity. The fire system is fully integrated and the building is equipped with fire extinguishers, smoke detectors, and a sprinkler system. Smoke detectors and sprinklers are installed throughout the structure, including all sleeping quarters.

Woodlands Building 5

Woodlands Building 5 is a two story structure with 4 apartments. The building covers 2,613 sq. ft. and has a 16 student capacity. The fire system is fully integrated and the building is equipped with fire extinguishers and smoke detectors, including all sleeping quarters.

Woodlands Building 6

Woodlands Building 2 is a two story structure with 8 apartments. The building covers 9,391 sq. ft. (including a community room) and has a 31 student capacity. The fire system is fully integrated and the building is equipped with fire extinguishers, smoke detectors, and a sprinkler system. Smoke detectors and sprinklers are installed throughout the structure, including all sleeping quarters.

Woodlands Building 8

Woodlands Building 8 is a three story structure with 7 apartments. The building covers 14,642 sq. ft. and has a 70 student capacity. The fire system is fully integrated and the building is equipped with fire extinguishers, smoke detectors, and a sprinkler system. Smoke detectors and sprinklers are installed throughout the building, including all sleeping quarters.

Woodlands Building 9

Woodlands Building 9 is a three story structure with 5 apartments. The building covers 8,643 sq. ft. and has a 50 student capacity. The fire system is fully integrated and the building is equipped with fire extinguishers, smoke detectors, and a sprinkler system. Smoke detectors and sprinklers are installed throughout the building, including all sleeping quarters.

Immaculata Hall

Immaculata Hall is a four story structure which covers 31,994 sq. ft.. The terrace level is occupied by the MIS Department and the first floor houses business offices, including the President's Office. The upper 2 floors are student housing with a 49 student capacity. The fire system is fully integrated and the building is equipped with fire extinguishers and smoke detectors, including all sleeping quarters.

Loughran Hall

Loughran Hall is a four story structure which covers 109,747 sq. ft.. Campus Ministry and Conferences/Special Events is housed in teh building and is connected to the fire system. The residence hall section covers 4 floors and has a 330 student capacity. The fire system is fully integrated and the building is equipped with fire extinguishers, smoke detectors, and a sprinkler system. Smoke detectors and sprinklers are installed throughout the building, including all sleeping areas.

Madonna Hall

Madonna Hall is a four story structure which covers 51,674 sq. ft. and has a 238 student capacity. The fire system is fully integrated and the building is equipped with fire extinguishers, smoke detectors, and a sprinkler system. Smoke detectors and sprinklers are installed throughout the building, including all sleeping quarters.

Regina Hall

Regina Hall is a five story structure which covers 56,907 sq. ft. and has a 182 student capacity. The terrace level houses a dining facility while the top 4 floors are student housing. The fire system is fully integrated and the building is equipped with fire extinguishers, smoke detectors, and a sprinkler system. Smoke detectors and sprinklers are installed throughout the building, including all sleeping quarters.

McCarty Hall

McCarty Hall is a three story structure which covers 4,921 sq. ft. and has a 17 student capacity. The fire system is fully integrated and the building is equipped with fire extinguishers and smoke detectors, including all sleeping quarters.

Perpetual Help Hall

Perpetual Help Hall is a three story structure which covers 3,574 sq. ft. and has a 14 student capacity. The fire system is fully integrated and the building is equipped with fire extinguishers, smoke detectors, and a sprinkler system. Smoke detectors and sprinklers are installed throughout the structure, including all sleeping quarters.

Bethany Hall

Bethany Hall is a three story structure which covers 4,966 sq. ft. and has an 8 student capacity. The fire system is fully integrated and the building is equipped with fire extinguishers, smoke detectors, and a sprinkler system. Smoke detectors and sprinklers are installed throughout the structure, including all sleeping quarters.

Emmanual Hall

Emmanual Hall is a two story structure which covers 8,359 sq. ft. and has a 22 student capacity. The fire system is fully integrated and the building is equipped with fire extinguishers and smoke detectors, including all sleeping quarters.


September 2012

South Campus: Fire Safety Systems Graph

In January 2011 Marywood University purchased the former "Scranton State School for the Deaf" located at 1600 North Washington Ave, Scranton, PA. The property consists of 9 connected buildings sitting on a 10 acre parcel of land. The property is currently not being used for any academic or professional purposes although the gymnasium is utilized by various camps renting space at Marywood's main campus.

Facility Fire Alarm Monitored Off Campus (Tyco) Partial Sprinkler System Full Sprinkler System Smoke Detectors Fire Extinguishers Evacuation Plans # of Fire Drills Each Academic Year
South Campus Building 1
1600 N. Washington Ave.
Scranton, PA
X - - X X X 0
South Campus Building 2
1600 N. Washington Ave.
Scranton, PA
X - - X X X 0
South Campus Building 3
1600 N. Washington Ave.
Scranton, PA
X - - X X X 0
South Campus Building 4
1600 N. Washington Ave.
Scranton, PA
X - - X X X 0
South Campus Building 5
1600 N. Washington Ave.
Scranton, PA
X - - X X X 0
South Campus Building 6
1600 N. Washington Ave.
Scranton, PA
X - - X X X 0
South Campus Building 7
1600 N. Washington Ave.
Scranton, PA
X - - X X X 0
South Campus Building 8
1600 N. Washington Ave.
Scranton, PA
X - - X X X 0
South Campus Building 9
1600 N. Washington Ave.
Scranton, PA
X - - X X X 0

Building 1

The former Elementary School is a 3 story structure (including partial basement and penthouse) which covers 33,940 square feet. The building is protected by a fully integrated fire alarm system which is monitored off campus. There is no sprinkler system in the building.

Building 2

The former Boy's Dormitory is a 5 story structure (including partial basement and attic) which covers 28,250 square feet. The building is protected by a fully integrated fire alarm system which is monitored off campus. There is no sprinkler system in the building.

Building 3

The former Infirmary and Dormitory is a 3 story structure which covers 4,180 square feet. The building is protected by a fully integrated fire alarm system which is monitored off campus. There is no sprinkler system in the building.

Building 4

The former Superintendent's house is a 5 story structure (including basement and attic) which covers 18,640 square feet. The building is protected by a fully integrated fire alarm system which is monitored off campus. There is no sprinkler system in the building.

Building 5

The former Girl's Dormitory Addition/Dining Hall is a 3 story structure (plus partial sub basement) which covers 17,660 square feet. The building is protected by a fully integrated fire alarm system which is monitored off campus. There is no sprinkler system in the building.

Building 6

The former Heating and Mechanical Plant is a 1 story structure, remains functional, and covers 2,070 square feet. The building is protected by a fully integrated fire alarm system which is monitored off campus. There is no sprinkler system in the building.

Building 7

The former Administration/Dormitory is a 5 story structure (including basement and attic) which covers 19,085 square feet. The building is protected by a fully integrated fire alarm system which is monitored off campus. There is no sprinkler system in the building.

Building 8

The former High School/Main School is a 3 story structure (plus an attic) which covers 17,180 square feet. The building is protected by a fully integrated fire alarm system which is monitored off campus. There is no sprinkler system in the building.

Building 9

The Gymnasium is a 2 story structure which covers 28,840 square feet. The building is protected by a fully integrated fire alarm system which is monitored off campus. There is no sprinkler system in the building.

ADAMS AVE PROPERTIES

2305 Adams Ave
Scranton PA

This is a single home measuring 2924 square feet. It consists of a basement, 1st & 2nd floor and an attic.

The fire protection system consists of stand alone alarms. It is not integrated into the monitored campus system and the structure does not have sprinklers.

The structure is not currently used for any academic of administrative purpose.

2349 Adams Ave
Scranton PA

This is a single home measuring 2349 square feet. It consists of a basement, 1st floor and a 2nd floor loft.

The fire protection system consists of stand alone alarms. It is not integrated into the monitored campus system and the structure does not have sprinklers.

The structure is not currently used for any academic of administrative purpose.

Summary of Offenses & Fires

Offenses - On Campus

201020112012
Murder / Non-negligent Manslaughter 0 0 0
Negligent Manslaughter 0 0 0
Sex Offenses / Forcible 0 2 0
Sex Offenses / Non-Forcible 0 0 0
Robbery 0 0 1
Aggravated Assault 0 0 0
Simple Assault 0 0 1
Burglary 0 0 2
Theft 31 23 28
Motor Vehicle Theft 0 0 0
Arson 0 0 0
Vandalism 24 16 36


See 2012 Offenses - On Campus - MSW Program

Hate Crimes - On Campus (Crimes Motivated by Bias)

201020112012
Criminal Homicide
0
0 0
Sex Offenses
0
0 0
Robbery 0 0 0
Aggravated Assault 0 0 0
Motor Vehicle Theft
0 0 0
Arson 0 0 0
Larceny-Theft 0 0 0
Simple Assault
0 0 0
Intimidation 0 0 0
Destruction/ Damage/ Vandalism 0 0 0

Offenses - Residence Halls

201020112012
Murder / Non-negligent Manslaughter 0 0 0
Negligent Manslaughter 0 0 0
Sex Offenses / Forcible 0 2 0
Sex Offenses / Non-Forcible 0 0 0
Robbery 0 0 0
Aggravated Assault 0 0 0
Simple Assault 0 0 0
Burglary 0 0 0
Theft 3 2 4
Motor Vehicle Theft 0 0 0
Arson 0 0 0
Vandalism 7 0 23

Hate Crimes - Residence Halls (Crimes Motivated by Bias)

201020112012
Criminal Homicide
0
0 0
Sex Offenses
0
0 0
Robbery 0 0 0
Aggravated Assault 0 0 0
Motor Vehicle Theft
0 0 0
Arson 0 0 0
Larceny-Theft 0 0 0
Simple Assault
0 0 0
Intimidation 0 0 0
Destruction/ Damage/ Vandalism 0 0 0

Offenses - Public Property

201020112012
Murder / Non-negligent Manslaughter 0 0 0
Negligent Manslaughter 0 0 0
Sex Offenses / Forcible 0 0 0
Sex Offenses / Non-Forcible 0 0 0
Robbery 0 0 0
Aggravated Assault 0 0 0
Simple Assault 1 0 0
Burglary 0 0 0
Theft 0 1 1
Motor Vehicle Theft 0 6 0
Arson 0 0 0
Vandalism 1 0 2

Hate Crimes - Public Property (Crimes Motivated by Bias)

201020112012
Criminal Homicide
0
0 0
Sex Offenses
0
0 0
Robbery 0 0 0
Aggravated Assault 0 0 0
Motor Vehicle Theft
0 0 0
Arson 0 0 0
Larceny-Theft 0 0 0
Simple Assault
0 0 0
Intimidation 0 0 0
Destruction/ Damage/ Vandalism 0 0 0

Offenses - Non Campus

2010 20112012
Murder / Non-negligent Manslaughter     0
Negligent Manslaughter     0
Sex Offenses / Forcible     0
Sex Offenses / Non-Forcible     0
Robbery     1
Aggravated Assault     0
Simple Assault     0
Burglary     0
Theft     2
Motor Vehicle Theft     6
Arson     0
Vandalism     2

Hate Crimes - Non Campus(Crimes Motivated by Bias)

201020112012
Criminal Homicide
0
0 0
Sex Offenses
0
0 0
Robbery 0 0 0
Aggravated Assault 0 0 0
Motor Vehicle Theft
0 0 0
Arson 0 0 0
Larceny-Theft 0 0 0
Simple Assault
0 0 0
Intimidation 0 0 0
Destruction/ Damage/ Vandalism 0 0 0

The above statistics reflect information provided by the Scranton Pa. Police Department and the Dunmore Pa. Police Department for the 2012 calender year.


Arrests/Disciplinary Actions

Arrests on Campus 201020112012
Illegal Weapons 0 0  0
Drug Law Violations 0 0  0
Liquor Law Violations 0 0  0
Arrests in Residence Halls 201020112012
Illegal Weapons 0 0  0
Drug Law Violations 0 0  0
Liquor Law Violations 0 0  0
Arrests on Public Property 201020112012
Illegal Weapons 0 0  0
Drug Law Violations 0 0  0
Liquor Law Violations 0 0  0
Arrests - Non Campus   
Illegal Weapons 0 0  0
Drug Law Violations 0 0  1
Liquor Law Violations 0 0  60
Disciplinary Referrals - on Campus 201020112012
Illegal Weapons 0 2  0
Drug Law Violations 9 27  1
Liquor Law Violations 161 144  135
Disciplinary Referrals - Public Property 201020112012
Illegal Weapons 0 0  0
Drug Law Violations 0 0  0
Liquor Law Violations 0 0  0
Disciplinary Referrals - Residence Halls 201020112012
Illegal Weapons 0 2  0
Drug Law Violations 8 26  1
Liquor Law Violations 160 143  119
Disciplinary Referrals - Non Campus2010
2011
2012
Illegal Weapons 0 0  0
Drug Law Violations 0 0  0
Liquor Law Violations 0 0  12

 

Offenses - On Campus - MSW Program

Desales University
(Campbell Building)
Alvernia College
(Bernardine Hall)
Bloomsburg University
(McCormick Building)
 

2010

2011

2012

2010

2011

2012

2010

2011

2012

Murder / Non-negligent Manslaughter 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Negligent Manslaughter 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Sex Offenses / Forcible 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Sex Offenses / Non-Forcible 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Robbery 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Aggravated Assault 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Simple Assault 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Burglary 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Theft 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0
Motor Vehicle Theft 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Arson 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Vandalism 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Hate Crimes 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

 

Marywood University Fire Statistics

January thru December 2012

Residence Hall Total Fires in Each Facility Room # Date Time Cause of Fire # of Injuries that Required Treatment at a Medical Facility # of Deaths Related to a Fire Value of Property Damage Caused by Fire Report Number
Regina Hall 0                
Loughran Hall 0                
Madonna Hall 0                
Woodlands 0                
Bethany Hall 0                
Perpetual Hall 0                
McCarthy Hall 0                
Immaculata Hall 1  basement (grate)
 11/10/12  11:15PM  unknown  0  0  unknown  N/A
Emmanuel Hall 0                

January thru December 2011

Residence HallTotal Fires in Each FacilityRoom #DateTimeCause of Fire# of Injuries that Required Treatment at a Medical Facility# of Deaths Related to a FireValue of Property Damage Caused by FireReport Number
Regina Hall 0                
Loughran Hall 0                
Madonna Hall 1 mechanical 7/22/11 7:00AM electrical 0 0 $200.00 11-07-22-675
Woodlands 0                
Bethany Hall 0                
Perpetual Hall 0                
McCarthy Hall 0                
Immaculata Hall 0                
Emmanuel Hall 0                

January thru December 2010

Residence Hall Total Fires in Each Facility Room # Date Time Cause of Fire # of Injuries that Required Treatment at a Medical Facility # of Deaths Related to a Fire Value of Property Damage Caused by Fire Report Number
Regina Hall 0                
Loughran Hall 0                
Madonna Hall 0                
Woodlands 0                
Bethany Hall 0                
Perpetual Hall 0                
McCarthy Hall 0                
Immaculata Hall 0                
Emmanuel Hall 0                

 


Contact: campus-safety@marywood.edu | 570-348-6242 | Nazareth Student Center, Terrace Level