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The safety of our campus community members is our top priority. The Security Office is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
We are dedicated to ensuring a safe and productive environment for all on campus. To that end, our security staff patrol and inspect campus buildings, facilities and grounds on a daily basis.
To request a parking permit, click on the Universal Parking Permit Application. Complete and remit with applicable documentation to the Security Office. All applications must be completed and signed for review and approval prior to receiving a Parking Permit. The Security Office is located in Sieker Hall.
Note to Resident Students: A limited number of on-campus parking permits are available to resident students in their Junior and Senior years. Parking permits are granted in the order in which the Universal Parking Permit Application and full payment are received. Resident students are required to make payment in the Business Office prior to submitting a Parking Permit Application, and then submit the payment receipt with the Parking Permit Application to the Security Office for review and processing.
Concordia College uses the Blackboard Connect-Ed service to provide the Emergency Management Team with the ability to reach all students, faculty, and staff with time-sensitive information during emergency situations. The service provides voice and text messaging options. The college will also use email and college voice mail as additional mechanisms to reach the community during critical situations. Please click on the appropriate link above to request emergency notifications.
Concordia College publishes this report in compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act. The Clery Act requires institutions to prepare, publish, and distribute an annual security report containing specific information about campus security policies and campus crime statistics. Each year's report is submitted in October of the following year (e.g. the 2019 report will be submitted in October 2020.) The Concordia College Campus Security Office, along with the College Compliance Office, is responsible for preparing and distributing this report in accordance with the Clery Act. The Director of Campus Security works with the Bronxville Police Department and the Tuckahoe Police Department to compile the information required for this report. Campus offices such as Student Experience and College Services all provide critical information concerning campus security policies and campus crime statistics for inclusion in this report. We encourage all members of the Concordia College community to use this report as a guide for safe practices on and off campus. It outlines campus policies and provides important safety and crime prevention tips.