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Campus safety is a priority at Strayer University. Any student experiencing or witnessing criminal activity on campus should report it immediately to the Campus Director, or, if in immediate danger, to the police by dialing 911.
StrayerALERT will use e-mail and text messaging to quickly inform students of a campus emergency. If you are not already registered, please register for the StrayerALERT system by going to and clicking the 'Register Now' button to initiate the registration process. Please note that to sign-up for StrayerALERT via the registration page, you must use a valid Strayer University email address.
Once you have logged into the system, you will need to provide your mobile number, and select the campus or campuses for which you would like to receive notifications.
In compliance with applicable laws, the University provides the following annual campus safety reports:
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Pennsylvania Uniform Crime Reporting Act of 2004
The Pennsylvania Uniform Crime Reporting Act of 2004 governs the responsibility of Pennsylvania Institutions of Higher Education to report crime statistics and rates and to provide descriptions of security policies and procedures to applicants, current students and employees. Colleges and universities are currently required to collect statistics on and report rates of crimes occurring on campus. The act requires colleges and universities to keep and maintain a daily log of campus crime activity and make it available for public inspection.
Strayer University Pennsylvania Uniform Crime Statistics 2018 Calendar Year