To prevent unauthorized entry onto the campus, employees and students must wear their school identification badges at all times, clearly visible. Additionally, all visitors must register at the front desk before proceeding on campus. Depending on the location, a security guard may be present on campus. Students and employees are encouraged to bring any security concerns directly to the Campus Director or security guard immediately. In the case of an on-campus emergency, students must follow instructions from SAE Institute employees. In the unlikely event of an evacuation, students and employees should follow the evacuation maps found in each room on campus.
In the event of an issue
The SAE Institute Campus Director at your campus can discuss any safety concerns with students or parents. For everyone’s safety, students and employees must report any crime that takes place on campus directly to the Campus Director. The Campus Director or their designee will contact law enforcement as needed to address any criminal activity on campus. Victims and witnesses can report criminal activity on a voluntary, confidential basis directly to the Campus Director. Students who are found guilty of criminal activity on-campus or off-campus during a school-sponsored activity will face disciplinary action from the school up to and including expulsion as well as a response from local law enforcement.
Federal law requires that schools administering federal student loans through Title IV provide accurate campus crime statistics. SAE Institute keeps a record of such campus crime statistics, an updated copy of which can be found below.
- Atlanta Campus Security Report
- Chicago Campus Security Report
- Miami Campus Security Report
- Nashville Campus Security Report
- New York Campus Security Report
- SAE Expression College Campus Security Report
SEXUAL MISCONDUCT POLICY
All SAE Institute campuses are committed to protecting the safety, health, and well-being of its students, employees, and all people who come into contact with the SAE Institute community. In support of this commitment, and as required by Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 (“Title IX”) and other applicable federal and state laws, SAE Institute has created policies that prohibits Sexual Misconduct, as well as Retaliation against an individual for making a good faith report of Sexual Misconduct under these policies.
All employees involved in the implementation of these policies are required to complete the following training videos:
- Module 1 – Fundamentals of the Law
- Module 2 – Formal Complaints
- Module 3 – Investigations & Informal Resolutions
- Module 4 – Hearings
- Module 5 – Determinations
- Module 6 – Appeals