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• NEVER place materials such as towels or clothing on top of lamps. • Avoid placing lamps in location where they may be knocked over. • Always remember to turn off or unplug any lamp when changing bulbs or when leaving your room/apartment. • Taking proper precautions and guarding against potential hazards posed by lamps will help ensure community safety. Open Flames: Fire or smoke producing articles, such as Bunsen burners, portable stoves, kerosene lamps, cut trees, incense and candles (of any kind including warmers) are strictly prohibited in residence halls. Possession of hibachis, barbecue grills, smokers, potpourri burning units or other firestarting devices or substances is prohibited in residences, as is their use in residential areas or adjacent outdoor space without staff supervision. Violators are subject to conduct action and possible criminal prosecution. Campfire Policy: Campfires and bonfires are not permitted on campus property without written consent of the Campus Police & Safety Department.

Smoking: Smoking and Tobacco Policy The use of tobacco and tobacco related products is prohibited in all campus facilities including residence hall facilities in order to lessen fire and health related hazards. The use of hookahs and other smoking paraphernalia, including vaping equipment is prohibited. a. Tobacco products are not sold on campus. b. Smoking is not permitted on or around all campus athletic fields. c. Smoking outside on campus grounds is permitted ONLY in the three designated Smoking pavilions, not walking to or from. d. Smoking pavilions are located in the following outdoor areas 1) the southeast corner of Pierce Hall, 2) the northwest corner of Academic Hall, and 3) the south side of Saint Joseph’s Hall on the opposite side of the walkway. Smoking outside of these pavilions on campus grounds is prohibited and may result in fines issued by Campus Police & Safety Department.

MAC ANNUAL FIRE REPORT FOR STUDENT HOUSING *This report is to comply with federal requirements. The Statistics and Related Information Regarding Fires in Residential Buildings 2015, 2014, 2013 have remained the same so only one chart is used for all three years. Buildings Located at 7373 Admiral Peary Highway

Total Fires in Each Building

Incident Number

Cause of Fire

Number of Injuries That Required Treatment at a Medical Facility

Number of Deaths Related to a Fire

Value of Property Damage Caused by Fire

Number of Fire Drills Held

St. Gertrude’s Hall

0

0

0

0

0

$0

2

St. Joseph’s Hall

0

0

0

0

0

$0

2

Ihmsen Hall

0

0

0

0

0

$0

2

McAuley Hall

0

0

0

0

0

$0

2

Misciagna Hall

0

0

0

0

0

$0

2

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Annual Security and Fire Report 2016