Safety at Sage
Annual Security and Fire Safety Report
The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, or Clery Act, mandates that all Title IV institutions, without exception, prepare, publish and distribute an Annual Security & Fire Safety Report. This report consists of three basic parts: disclosure of the College's crime statistics for the past three years; disclosure of the College's fire statistics for the past three years; and disclosures regarding the College's current campus policies related to personal, property and fire safety.
The Sage Colleges Public Safety is provided by University Heights Association, a shared service among the consortium of four colleges in the Capital District of New York.
A message from the Director
The Sage Colleges are committed to the safety and security of our entire community. Toward that goal, a number of policies, procedures and programs have been developed to make you an informed and energized participant in our effort. They are supplemented by cutting edge technologies and delivered by a staff of law enforcement/security professionals.
But the most important person in the effort to keep you safe and secure while on campus is You. All of our efforts will not be sufficient if our community is not informed, alert and cautious. Personal safety requires that each person becomes aware of what he or she can do to reduce risks. Becoming aware and changing behaviors are the best preventative measures. That is the purpose of this document. Please read it, keep it accessible and ask questions about its contents. Only then will you be fully able to enjoy all of the resources available on both of our campuses.
Director of Public Safety
Contacting Public Safety
In an emergency, call Public Safety at 518-244-3177
Non-emergency calls: 518-244-4741 (Troy) or 518-242-7700 (Albany)
Public Safety's main office is located at:
84 Holland Ave., Suite B222
The Sage Colleges has satellite offices in:
1st Floor - John Paine Building (Troy)