The King’s College is dedicated to the safety of all the members of the College.
The Emergency Action Plan is designed to inform and prepare members of the College with procedures to be followed in the event of an emergency. The elements of this plan are designed to effectively protect your health and safety by establishing the structure, processes, and protocols for the College’s response to major emergencies.
Main Contact: Megan Dishman, Incident Commander
The King’s College Emergency Phone Number: (646) 242-4411Emergency Action Plan
If you have some concern or have witnessed some incident involving a student or staff or faculty member of The King’s College, please fill out an incident report form to submit it to the Office of Student Life.Report an Incident
The King’s College is committed to providing an environment free from discrimination based upon sex, including sexual misconduct and assault, and the College provides support and resources to students, faculty, and staff to address concerns.Read More
Among 182 American cities with populations of more than 100,000, the FBI ranked criminality in New York as low as 136–or the same level as Boise, Idaho. The King’s College seeks to protect students by keeping them informed concerning offenses and violations that happen on campus and in the surrounding neighborhood.Read More
The King’s College is committed to creating and maintaining a safe environment on campus and in student housing. To that end, the College conducts regular reviews of all safety policies and procedures, and collects information on all reported crimes and fires. The following report informs our community of the policies, emergency response procedures, and crime and fire statistics from the past three years. This report conforms to the requirements outlined by the Jeanne Cleary Act of 1998. If you have any questions about this report or any of its content contact the VP for Student Development, David Leedy (email@example.com) or the Assistant Dean of Students, Nick Swedick (firstname.lastname@example.org).Annual Safety Report