About the Collaborative
The Clery Center Collaborative Program ("the Collaborative") is a team-based learning membership program that brings together colleges and universities to build cost-effective, customized, and sustainable approaches to campus safety and Clery Act compliance.
The Collaborative helps turn this inspired thinking into meaningful action. To learn more about the program’s outcomes and impact, please click here.
Piloted in Pennsylvania in 2013, the Collaborative launched nationally on January 6, 2014. To see a current list of Collaborative members, please click here. For more information about how to join the Collaborative, including a breakdown of membership fees, please visit our Collaborative Membership Application page.
- Collaborative Membership Benefits
- "Getting Started with the Clery Center Collaborative" Webinar Recording
- Collaborative Members
- Collaborative - Program Outcomes & Impact
- Collaborative - Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
- Collaborative Membership Application
How the Collaborative Works
The Collaborative helps members access exclusive resources, training, and support in four key areas:
Collaborative in the News
“Whether at the official campus security authority session during resident assistant training, or a gentle reminder to the head of the athletic department that the coaching staffs are CSAs, each communication can only help in gathering data.” - Brent Oberholtzer, Lebanon Valley College
"Colleges Collaborate on Efforts to Stay in Compliance with Clery Act", University Business Magazine, August 2013
If you’d like to learn more about the Collaborative and how your institution can get involved, please contact the Clery Center’s member services staff: