You can talk/complain to On-Campus Student Counsellor/Head/Director of Campus if you have been sexually assaulted or sexually harassed, no matter how big or small the issue might seem. The safety and wellbeing of the person who has been subjected to sexual harassment or sexual assault are at the centre of all responses.
The campus has 24/7 security monitoring for the safety of the staff and students. All complaints will be investigated promptly, fairly and confidentially. Under certain circumstances and if required statutorily, the designated staff at the School's campus may have to disclose students’ information including the involvement of illegal activities according to the local law. Any student or staff member found guilty of perpetrating or condoning sexual harassment will be disciplined accordingly. This may include having their employment or enrolment terminated.
An emergency is the actual or imminent occurrence of an event which endangers or threatens the safety or health of any person in the area; and/or destroys, or threatens to destroy or damage any property.