The Higher Education Opportunity Act (Public Law 110-315) became law in August, 2008, requiring all United States academic institutions to produce an annual fire safety report outlining fire safety practices, standards, and all fire-related on campus statistics. Every institution that maintains on-campus student housing shall publish an annual fire safety report. The following public disclosure report details all information required by this law as it relates to Green Mountain College. Each year Campus Security will make the Annual Fire Safety Report available. The report will be distributed by posting it on the Green Mountain College website, or the report can be obtained by going to http://ope.ed.gov/security/. Additionally, a paper copy of the report can be obtained upon request, through Campus Security.
Residence Hall Fire Safety Systems
|Buildings||Sprinkler System||Fire Alarm||Annual Fire Drill|
On Campus Fire Drills: Each semester the Campus Security and Residential Life Staff conduct fire drills in residential halls.
Safety Inspections: Campus Security does safety inspections in residential halls each semester. In addition Residence Life staff members inspect campus housing several times throughout the academic year.
Reporting A Fire: Anyone reporting an active fire should pull the fire alarm, and then contact Campus Security at 287-8911 or by calling 911 immediately, and everyone should evacuate the building. Everyone is required to exit the building when the fire alarm is activated and people who refuse to comply will be subject to disciplinary or legal action.
Summary of Fires
|Ames Hall||0 | 0 | 0||0 | 0 | 0||0 | 0 | 0||0 | 0 | 0|
|Bogue Hall||0 | 0 | 0||0 | 0 | 0||0 | 0 | 0||0 | 0 | 0|
|Cree Hall||0 | 0 | 0||0 | 0 | 0||0 | 0 | 0||0 | 0 | 0|
|Lyman Hall||0 | 0 | 0||0 | 0 | 0||0 | 0 | 0||0 | 0 | 0|
|Moses Hall||0 | 0 | 0||0 | 0 | 0||0 | 0 | 0||0 | 0 | 0|
|North Hall||0 | 0 | 0||0 | 0 | 0||0 | 0 | 0||0 | 0 | 0|
|Sage Hall||0 | 0 | 0||0 | 0 | 0||0 | 0 | 0||0 | 0 | 0|