On Campus: All buildings and property
owned by the University in the same contiguous geographic
area of the campus. This category includes all
on-campus incidents including those listed in the category
"in dormitories or other student residences". The two
categories are not cumulative, but duplicative.
In dormitories or other student residential
facilities: Is a subset of on campus, these
are crimes that are reported under on campus, but occurred
in a student residence or dormitory.
Non-campus: Any building or property owned or operated by
an officially recognized student group
- OR -
Any building or property owned or controlled by the
University that is not within the same contiguous
geographical area of the campus.
All public property, including
thoroughfares, streets, sidewalks, and parking facilities
and, is within the campus, or immediately adjacent to and
accessible from the campus.
The Higher Education Opportunity Act
(Public Law 110-315) requires that effective with the
October 1, 2010 reporting, the following crimes of larceny,
theft, simple assault, intimidation and destruction/damage/vandalism of property be added to the list of crimes that
must be reported in the hate crime statistics.
2009 - Two reports of gender based graffiti vandalism
in residence halls. One report of racist
graffiti vandalism on campus. Two reports of racist
statements. One on campus and one on public property.
2010 - One intimidation on campus characterized by
religious basis. One intimidation on campus characterized by
sexual orientation. Two vandalisms on campus characterized
by sexual orientation. One vandalism on campus, in a
residence hall, characterized by sexual orientation. One
vandalism on campus characterized by racial basis.
2011 - One intimidation on campus characterized by
religious basis and one intimidation on campus characterized
by sexual orientation.