On-Campus Crime Statistics for The College of St. Scholastica

The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act requires the distribution of an annual campus security report to all current faculty, staff and students and notice of it's availability to prospective students, faculty and staff.

The following statistics are provided to you as part of The College of St. Scholastica's commitment to safety and security on campus. These statistics are compiled annually and include all reports of the following offenses received by Campus Security as well as from college officials with significant responsibility for student and campus activities. The report also includes institutional policies concerning campus security, such as policies concerning alcohol and drug use, crime prevention, the reporting of crimes, sexual assault, and other matters.

The Safety and Security Information Report is supplied in two formats; as a printable .pdf document by the College, or through the Department of Education web site. The reports show the identical information:

  1. Printable .pdf versions by Campus

    Brainerd | Duluth | St. Paul | St. Cloud |Mesa |Cloquet | Inver Hills

    To view and/or print, Adobe Acrobat reader ( free download) is required.
  2. Department of Education
    This site requires that you search for The College of Saint Scholastica by name. Please copy and paste our name for ease of searching as typed here:

    The College of Saint Scholastica

If you have any questions or would like a copy of a Safety and Security Information Report on any of our campuses, contact Mike Turner (Safety and Security Manager) at (218) 723-6387 or via e-mail at mturner@css.edu.


Minnesota's Sexual Harassment and Violence Policy

In accordance with Minnesota's Sexual Harassment and Violence Policy statute, Minn Stat. §135.A15, all postsecondary institutions are required to annually report statistics on sexual assault to the Minnesota Office of Higher Education as well as to their campus community. Data privacy laws require that data be suppressed and noted if the number is fewer than 10 students. The Minnesota Office of Higher Education defines sexual assault as rape, fondling and statutory rape. It is important to note that this report has different definitions than Clery so the data from the two reports may differ. View The College of St. Scholastica report.

The full report plus additional information about the report is available from the Office of Higher Education.