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Student safety is critically important to maintaining a thriving community.
It is the responsibility of all members of our campus to seek knowledge and understanding about the physical, emotional, cultural, and or spiritual boundaries unique to each one of us.
Furthermore, there is an expectation that as a River Hawk these boundaries are established and respected by all members of our community. By following these expectations, we work to create a community that looks out and cares for one another. At SU, we #ProtectTheNest.
To file a report, click on one of the links below.
Maintaining a safe campus for our students is multi-faceted. Among those efforts are education and prevention around sexual misconduct and gender-based violence as well as bias training.
Find the information you need if you or someone you know has been a victim of sexual misconduct or gender-based violence.
Information on sexual misconduct and gender-based violence, the resources available and how we respond.
Campus safety and security is a shared responsibility led by the Susquehanna University Department of Public Safety.
We're using a $300,000 grant from the Department of Justice to implement several endeavors across campus to improve comprehensive prevention as well as victim services.
Have you received an email or text about an incident on campus? Find updates here.
Report an Incident
If you or someone you know experienced an incident of bias, please fill out all possible fields on this form.
Please complete this reporting form if you or someone you know has been a victim of sexual misconduct or gender-based violence.
This form is for non-emergency referrals (academic, social, behavioral, health-related, or psychological) about a student. If your concern involves someone who is in immediate, physical danger, please contact Public Safety at 570-372-4444.