Education and Awareness

Albion College is committed to maintaining a living, learning, and working environment for students, faculty, and staff that is free of sexual harassment.   Sexual harassment is contrary to the standards of the College community, and it is a barrier to fulfilling the College's academic mission.

Education and Awareness

Education and awareness are essential to Albion College efforts against sexual harassment including sexual assault, and the College provides educational materials and programs.   Education efforts shall include the on-going discussion of the sexual harassment policy and an understanding of what constitutes sexual harassment, procedures for addressing alleged sexual harassment, and methods for prevention of sexual harassment.  Educational programs shall be held for new students (i.e., first-year and transfer students) and new faculty and staff members.  Ongoing educational programs shall also be held for faculty, staff, and students.

Resources and Support

Resources for support include the offices and program below.  All information shared with these offices will remain confidential to the extent permitted by law and College policy.

For Further Information

Information concerning sexual harassment is available from the offices listed below.

Anna Howard Shaw Women's Center (Ferguson Hall, Suite 103)
 
Office of Campus Safety (1003 E. Cass St.) ext.  0255
Office of Human Resources (1003 E. Cass St.) ext.  0205
Office of the Provost (Ferguson Hall, Suite 201) ext. 0222
 Office of Vice President for Student Affairs (Ferguson Hall, Suite 216) ext. 0226

 

For Confidential Consultation

Faculty members, staff members, or students (as designated) may seek free and confidential consultation from the campus resources listed below.

Counseling Center (students only).
ext. 0236
Student Health Services (students only) ext.0220
 Employee Assistance Program
(Union employees and full-time salaried employees)
www.albion.edu/hr/for-employees/benefits/212-eap