Clery Act reporting is based on where an incident occurred. Idaho State University has reporting obligations for six campuses located in Pocatello, Idaho Falls, Meridian, Twin Falls, Caldwell, and Anchorage, Alaska, as shown on the map below.
On the map, the light-colored areas are reportable and considered part of ISU's Clery geography. The dark-colored areas are not part of ISU's Clery geography. Users can navigate to the other campus maps using tabbed content at the bottom of the map.
Clery Geography Categories
ISU publishes crime statistics for each campus that reflect certain crimes reported in one of four Clery-defined geography categories: On-Campus, On-Campus Student Housing Facilities, Public Property, and Noncampus. Definitions are provided in the menu below.
Separate Campus: A location is considered a separate campus for Clery Act purposes if it meets all of the following criteria:
- ISU owns, controls, or uses the site
- It is father than one mile away from the campus
- It has an organized program of study (courses leading to a degree, certificate, or other recognized credential)
- There is at least one person on site acting in an administrative capacity
Currently, ISU has six separate campuses. Separate campuses include satellite or branch campuses. Institutions with multiple campuses must ensure each campus complies with the Clery Act.
On-Campus (ISU's core campus): Buildings or property owned or controlled by ISU used to support the institution's educational purpose. Includes food or retail vendors on campus.
Holt Arena, G03 General Parking Lot, or Eames Complex in Pocatello
Center for Advanced Energy Studies (CAES) in Idaho Falls
Sam and Aline Skaggs Health Science Center in Meridian
- John C. Hepworth Higher Education Center at the College of Southern Idaho in Twin Falls
- West Hall: Center for Physician Assistant Studies at the College of Idaho in Caldwell
- Professional Studies Building at the University of Alaska Anchorage
On-Campus Student Housing Facilities: A student housing facility owned or controlled by ISU or located on property owned or controlled by the institution and is within one mile of the campus.
Turner Hall and Ridge Crest Apartments in Pocatello
Currently, only the Pocatello campus has on-campus student housing facilities
Public Property: All public property, including thoroughfares, streets, sidewalks, and parking facilities, that immediately border or are within the campus and are accessible from the campus. It includes the public sidewalks that border a campus, the public street, and the public sidewalk on the other side of the street. A public entity, such as a city or state government, owns this property.
- Memorial Drive, S 5th Avenue, or American Road in Pocatello
- Russ Freeman Park in Idaho Falls
- Portions of S Locust Grove Rd in Meridian
Noncampus Building or Property: Buildings or properties that are not contiguous to the core campus but are used by students for ISU's educational purposes. Noncampus does not mean "off campus"; it refers to specific properties owned or controlled by ISU or ISU student organizations. Noncampus does not automatically refer to all neighborhoods surrounding campus, nor does it include all properties that students happen to rent.
- Classes held at H&H Dive
- Aviation Mechanics Building at the Pocatello Regional Airport
- Link Field Station in Mackay, Idaho
The locations where students stay during institution-sponsored overnight trips are also part of the noncampus category. Not all student trips are reportable. Overnight student travel information is collected to determine whether the stay meets Clery-reporting obligations.
- Hotel rooms used by students during a Women's Soccer tournament
- Airbnb rented for students traveling to present research at a conference
This form is used to document ISU-sponsored overnight student travel for academic course work, conferences, athletics, clubs or organizations, class field trips, etc. It should be completed AFTER the trip. The Department of Public Safety uses the overnight stay information to request crime statistics from the local law enforcement agencies where students travel.