In every community, safety is an important topic. Each individual in a community has a role in keeping the community safe. The Juilliard community is no different. Students, faculty, staff, and visitors are asked to help maintain a secure and safe environment by being observant and aware of school policies and procedures.
The Juilliard School is monitored 24-hours a day by campus security officers who have received the required training for state certification. In addition to Juilliard’s security personnel, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts employs a large security staff that monitors the public areas of the Lincoln Center campus and the Rose Building, in which the Juilliard residence hall is located.
Students are provided an electronic card that provides them access to the School through two security monitored entrances. To enter the residence hall, students must pass two security stations before they can access a private bank of elevators used exclusively for the residence hall floors. The residence hall is monitored by Lincoln Center Security staff, and residence hall staff participate on an on-call duty rotation.
Anyone witnessing suspicious activity or persons should report them to the Juilliard Security Desk (ext. 246) or by using the red emergency phones located throughout the school building. In the residence hall, students should call the 11th Floor Security Desk at ext. 7442. Lincoln Center Security will notify the residence hall staff member on duty. In cases of criminal activity, Student Affairs, Juilliard Security, or Lincoln Center Security will assist students in filing a report with the New York Police Department (N.Y.P.D.). The Juilliard School is located in the 20th Precinct of the N.Y.P.D.
20th Precinct Station
120 West 82nd Street, between Columbus and Amsterdam Avenues
The Juilliard School, 155 W. 65th Street, New York, NY 10023
The Samuel B. and David Rose Building, 165 W. 65th Stree, New York, NY 10023
The Juilliard School provides on-campus housing in the Rose Building. Students are assigned on-campus housing on a first-come, first-served basis. All on-campus residential students have the opportunity to request changes in room assignments, which are accommodated on a space-available basis. Juilliard does not provide supervision for off-campus housing.
For security purposes, access the Rose Building is monitored 24-hours a day by Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts security staff. To enter the residence hall, students must pass two security stations before they can access a private bank of elevators used exclusively for the residence hall floors. The residence hall is monitored by Lincoln Center Security staff, and residence hall staff participate on an on-call duty rotation. Students are issued keys for their rooms inside the residence halls. Access to residence halls is limited to students and their authorized visitors. Strict key and fob control procedures are enforced to ensure maximum student safety in the residence halls.
Resident Assistants, who live in the residence hall, are upper-division students who have undergone an extensive selection and training process and are available 24-hours-a-day to assist students. Resident Assistants are student employees of the Office of Student Affairs.
Unauthorized persons are not allowed in those areas and all non-student visitors must be accompanied by a resident student at all times.
Missing Student Notification Policy & Procedure
This policy is established by The Juilliard School in compliance with the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 and applies to all students at the School.
For the purposes of this policy a student may be considered to be a “missing person” if the person’s absence from campus is contrary to his/her usual pattern of behavior and unusual circumstances may have caused the absence. Such circumstances could include, but not be limited to, a report or suspicion that the person may be a victim of foul play, has expressed suicidal thoughts, is drug dependent, is in a life threatening situation, has been with persons who may endanger the student’s welfare or is overdue to return to campus and is unheard from after giving a specific return time to friends or family.
Designation of Emergency Contact Information
- During the School’s registration processes, all students are asked to designate an individual for emergency contact purposes. That designation will remain in effect until changed or revoked by the student.
- Students under the age of 18: If a student under the age of 18 is determined to be missing, the School is required to notify a custodial parent or guardian no more than 24 hours after the student is determined to be missing. The Dean of Student Affairs, in consultation with the Assistant Dean for Student Affairs, Security, and/or Residence Life will determine if a student is to be considered missing based on the reasonable provision of concerning information and evidence.
- All Students: If a student is determined to be missing, the School will notify the appropriate law enforcement agency no later than 24 hours after the determination has been made by the Dean of Student Affairs.
Missing Student Procedure
- Any individual on campus who has information that a student may be a missing person must notify the Office of Student Affairs and/or Security immediately.
- The Office of Student Affairs, with the assistance of Security, will gather all essential information about the students from the reporting person, from the student’s acquaintances and from official School information sources. Such information will include description, cellular phone number, clothes last worn, where the student might be, who the student might be with, vehicle description, information about the physical and emotional well-being of the student, an up to date photograph, a class schedule, etc.
- Appropriate Office of Student Affairs staff and other personnel across campus will be notified to aid in the search and location of the student. Contact with the student will be attempted using text messaging, cellular phone calls, Facebook and e-mail.
- If search efforts are unsuccessful in locating the student in a reasonable amount of time as determined by the Dean of Student Affairs in consultation with Security OR it is apparent immediately that the student is a missing person (e.g. witnessed abduction), OR it has been determined that the student has been missing for more than 24 hours, the Office of Student Affairs will contact the appropriate law enforcement agency to report the student as a missing person. Law enforcement will take charge of the investigation with assistance from School officials.
- No later than 24 hours after determining that a student is missing, the Dean of Student Affairs or the Assistant Dean for Student Affairs will notify the emergency contact previously identified by the student (for students 18 and over) or the custodial parent/guardian (for students under the age of 18) and advise that the student is believed to be missing.
Missing Students’ Communications
- In accordance with established School emergency guidelines procedures, Community Relations will be part of the School administrative response team and is the designated spokesperson to handle media inquiries concerning a missing student.
- The local law enforcement agency in charge of the investigation and the city public information officer (PIO) will be consulted by Community Relations prior to any information release from the School so as not to jeopardize any investigation.
- Information provided to the media to elicit public assistance in the search for the missing person will be handled by the local law enforcement agency.
Daily Crime Log
The Jeanne Clery Report
The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (the “Clery Act”) requires higher education institutions to collect, report, and disseminate reported crime data to the campus community, the Department of Education, and potential students and employees. This report contains crime data as classified by the definitions from the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Uniform Crime Reporting Handbook (U.C.R.). Each year, a report is mailed to each student, staff, and faculty member at Juilliard. Reports are available at the Office of Student Affairs, Room 100; Office of Facilities Management, Room 232; Human Resources Office, Room 231; and the Admissions Office.
View the Campus Crime Report 2013
- Irons, hot-pots/tea kettles, and coffee makers may be used if they have an automatic shut-off mechanism.
- Non-halogen lamps are permissible, as long as lamp guards are installed that prevent flammable materials from touching the bulbs.
- Candles or other materials with open flames are not permitted in the residence hall.
New York City law prohibits smoking anywhere in the School or the residence hall.
- A soft tone indicates that an alert has been received and residents should stand by for furtherinformation which will be announced through speakers in each suite.
- A loud alarm indicates that an area needs to be evacuated. Wait for an announcement and listen for instructions. The instructions will direct students as to which stairwell to utilize during an evacuation. Not all floors may require evacuation.
In the Residence Hall:
Lincoln Center Security (212) 799-5000, ext. 7442
Residence Hall Director for Operations (212) 769-7400
Residence Hall Director for Community Development (212) 769-7400
Questions regarding general fire safety may be directed to:
Vice President for Facilities Management (212) 799-5000, ext. 311
For the residence hall, questions may be directed to:
Residence Life Office (212) 769-7400
Lincoln Center Fire Command (212) 875-5482