CLERY Information

Campus Crime Awareness & Campus Security Act
(Clery Act) 

The Campus Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act of 1990, as amended, (known as the “Clery Act”) requires that colleges and universities publish an annual campus safety report, distribute the report to all students and employees, and inform prospective students and employees about the report. The report contains descriptions of campus policies and programs relative to campus security and statistics concerning specific types of crimes.

The purpose of the Act is to inform students and employees of the incidents of crime and the policies and procedures to prevent crime or to report occurrences of crime at institutions of higher education. The law is also designed to encourage the development of security policies and procedures and to establish uniformity in reporting of crimes at all such institutions.

The information required by the law, as well as additional information relating to campus safety and security, can be found on the UAA, UAF, and UAS web sites at the following locations:

UAA Statistics:

UAA Policies/Procedures:

UAF Statistics:

UAF Policies/Procedures:

UAS Statistics:

Persons who desire a paper copy of these reports will be provided one upon request by contacting:

• UAA—Dean of Students Office, 3211 Providence Drive, Student Union, Room 204, Anchorage, Alaska, 99508. Phone (907) 786-1214

• UAF—Student & Enrollment Services Office, 514 Gruening Building, Fairbanks, Alaska 99775-6340. Phone (907) 474-7317

• UAS—Student Services & Enrollment Services Office, 11120 Glacier Highway, Juneau, Alaska 99801. Phone (907) 796-6000.

Information on sex offenders may be obtained through the State of Alaska Department of Public Safety link at: