The Student Right-to-Know and Campus Security Act of 1990 requires colleges to collect, publish and distribute information concerning campus security and criminal actions on campus. This information will be provided to all current students and employees and to all applicants for enrollment or employment upon request. To access the Allen College Annual Security and Fire Safety Reports, please click on the link below. If you need to download Adobe Acrobat Reader, please click here.
Annual Security and Fire Safety Reports
To Report Criminal Actions or Other Emergencies
Allen Memorial Hospital provides security services for all areas of Allen College Campus.
Students, faculty, staff, and employees are to report all criminal actions and other emergencies occurring on campus by dialing 9-911, or 911 from a cell phone. In non-emergency situations students may call Security at (319)235-3869 for the office or cell phone (319)240-7189 for an officer. Security also notifies the state and local police agencies when appropriate and maintains records of all criminal offenses.
Drug-Free/Smoke-Free Environment Policy
Allen College, in compliance with the Drug-Free Schools and Campuses requirements, prohibits the use, possession, or delivery of alcohol, illegal drugs, and other controlled substances in the work/school setting. Furthermore, Allen College prohibits the unauthorized use, possession, or delivery of prescription drugs or medications in the work/school setting. The Surgeon General has determined that cigarette smoking is dangerous to your health. Therefore, smoking is not permitted on the college campus including building entrances, parking lots, and grounds. Students are subject to disciplinary action by both Allen College and Allen Memorial Hospital, as a part of the campus, for infractions of these policies. Detailed information, on Drug Free School and Campus requirements, is given to all students.
Weapons of any kind shall not be allowed on Allen College property or clinical sites regardless of an individual having weapons permit issued by the State of Iowa or by any other jurisdiction.
Prohibited weapons include but are not limited to shotguns, handguns, airguns, BB guns, bow and arrows, knives, brass knuckles, martial arts weapons, and stun or taser guns. Other prohibited devices include potentially hazardous items such as ammunition, explosives, and fireworks.
Security will be notified if a student is suspected or found to have a weapon or hazardous item. The item(s) will be confiscated and arrest if it is deemed to be illegal. The return of confiscated item(s) will be at the discretion of security and the local police department. The Administration will determine if College disciplinary action will be taken.
telephone: (319) 235-3869| cell: (319) 240-7189
telephone: (319) 226-2011| cell: (319) 226-2020
Allen Hospital Switchboard
telephone: (319) 235-3941
Waterloo Police Department
Emergency telephone: 911| Non-Emergency (319) 291-2515
Waterloo Fire Department
Emergency telephone: 911| Non-Emergency (319) 291-4460