Security

RMCAD is committed to eliminating incidents of gender-based discrimination, rape, sexual harassment, sexual assault, sexual misconduct or domestic violence by instituting a policy that focuses on increasing awareness through prevention and education. 
 

Title IX is the federal law that prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in higher education institutions that receive federal funding. The Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act added domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking to the list of sex offenses that higher education institutions must investigate and report in their Annual Security Report. 

To view our RMCAD Title IX policy in full, click here.

To watch our Title IX Student Training Session, click here.

The mission of the RMCAD CARE (Communication, Assessment, Response and Evaluation) Team is awareness and proactive intervention of issues relating to the safety, physical and mental health, and well-being of its campus communities

The CARE Team has adopted a caring and confidential program of identification, intervention, and response in order to provide students and staff with the greatest opportunity for success and the RMCAD community with the greatest level of protection.

Click here to learn more about the RMCAD CARE Team in the Safety section of our Catalog.

The Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design “2019 Annual Campus Security and Fire Safety Report” is required by federal law. The reports contain policy statements, crime statistics, and safety information compiled by the college. View Report

RMCAD forbids and will not tolerate or condone any threatening, intimidating, coercive, or reckless conduct by members of the RMCAD community.  

Possession and/or use of firearms, explosives, illegal weapons as defined under state law, air or pellet guns, paintball guns, slingshots, firecrackers, fireworks, or any other object, chemical, or weapon designed or intended to inflict a wound or cause injury (or imitations or replicas of any such item) is prohibited on RMCAD property, including parking lots. This includes concealed weapons for which a permit has been obtained.

We strive to keep our campus as safe and secure as possible. However, it is important for individuals to be prepared for emergency situations. In the event of an active shooter, the “Run, Fight, Hide” method is suggested by the Department of Homeland Security. Watch the video below to familiarize yourself with this method and prepare.