Health & Safety
Fitness and Health
Several areas work in close collaboration with each other and other University departments to promote a high standard of health, safety, educational achievement, accessibility and overall well-being for all of the campus community.
These areas are:
- Counseling and Psychological Services
- Disability Resource Center
- Health Promotion
- Student Recreation Center
- The University Health Center
Safety - University Police
The University Police Department is an autonomous, fully certified and operational law enforcement agency that serves New Jersey’s second largest and fastest growing university. The Montclair State University Police Department is charged with the enforcement of all state and local laws as well as university rules and regulations. It is also responsible for the implementation of programs and services designed to promote public safety, crime prevention and community awareness.
The department is currently staffed by thirty full-time police officers, ten dispatchers and one administrative assistant. Montclair State University Police Officers are responsible for providing all law enforcement and emergency services to the campus community. All Police Officers are trained and certified by the New Jersey State Police Training Commission and must attend and complete a rigorous basic training course for police officers at the Passaic County Police Academy.
Security Reports & Drug Free Schools
In compliance with federal laws and regulations, the following information is provided for your personal health and safety. Please familiarize yourself with the following information:
Questions regarding these reports can be directed to Student Development and Campus Life Vice President, Karen L. Pennington, email@example.com.