Reporting a Crime or Emergency
The university is committed to maintaining a safe and secure environment. All employees and students are encouraged to report anything which may affect security such as lost keys/ID cards, defective locks and broken windows immediately to the offices listed below.
In the event of a crime or life-threatening emergency, call the local police immediately by dialing 911. It is also necessary to notify the responsible university personnel to request assistance at the following locations:
Downtown Chicago Campus
Auditorium Building 430 S. Michigan Avenue
Wabash Building 425 S. Wabash Avenue
Goodman Center 501 S. Wabash Avenue
Call Campus Safety at 312-341-2020 (x2020 from campus phones) for emergencies and non-emergencies
18 S. Michigan Avenue
Call Campus Safety at 312-281-3111 (x3111 from campus phones) for emergencies and non-emergencies
1400 North Roosevelt Boulevard, Schaumburg
Call Campus Safety at 847-619-8989 (x8989 from campus phones).
Response to Reported Crimes and Emergencies
It is the policy of Roosevelt University to respond to any reported criminal action or emergency by assisting any student, faculty member, staff member or visitor. This assistance may take the form of calling police, fire or emergency medical personnel, completing an incident report and providing information on counseling services. All incident reports related to students are forwarded to the Student Services Office for review and potential action, as appropriate.
Crimes should be reported to Campus Safety pertaining to criminal offenses for the purpose of assessing the incident for issuing a Timely Warning Notice (Community Alert) and for including the incident in the annual statistical disclosure.