Fire Safety Reports
As required by the Higher Education Opportunity Act (“HEOA”), Yeshiva University has established the following reporting and disclosure procedures with respect to fire safety in on-campus student housing for its three Campuses. The reporting and disclosure requirements described below apply only to fires that occur in the University. on-campus student housing, which is defined as student housing that is owned or controlled by the University or located on property that is owned or controlled by the University, and located within the reasonably contiguous geographic area that makes up our three Campuses.
The goal of the University’s Department of Safety and Security is to provide students in on-campus housing with the information, training, and University systems necessary to keep them safe from fires.
With respect to fires on-campus student housing, Yeshiva University makes three disclosures. It publishes an annual fire safety report for each campus, it annually reports its fire statistics to the U.S. Department of Education (the “Education Department”), and it makes, keeps, and maintains a daily fire log for each campus. The procedures for each of these three disclosures are described below.