The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (Clery Act) is a federal law that requires colleges and Universities to disclose information about crime on and around their campuses. Each year CIIS files a report with the United States Department of Education stating the incidences of crime on campus. This report is made available to all students and employees of California Institute of Integral Studies:
Constitution Day & Citizenship Day
In December 2004, Congress passed legislation requiring legislation all educational institutions receiving federal funds to implement educational programs relating to the U.S. Constitution on September 17th of each year. The date was chosen to commemorate the final meeting of the delegates to the Constitutional Convention on September 17th, 1787, at which time they signed the United States Constitution and present it to the American public.
We encourage all students to explore the extensive resources available to them regarding the U.S. Constitution, including primary resources and information directly from the U.S. Senate, or to view additional educational materials from the National Archives.
In order to foster and maintain a community free from all forms of sexual misconduct, the CIIS administration has created a sexual misconduct policy, which supports the new federal Title IX legislation. We ask that you review this policy, and encourage you to reach out to CIIS's Title IX Officers with any questions.