Starting in Fall 2015, Albion College will annually offer four-year tuition, room, and board to as many as 10 first-year students who are Albion residents and attended Albion Public Schools in grades 6-8. Read more
The start of a new chapter in Albion College’s nearly 180-year history was officially recognized with the inauguration of Dr. Mauri A. Ditzler as the College’s 16th president.
Watch our highlight video above, and view a photo slideshow of the memorable event, which took place outside on the quad, on the front steps of Kresge Gymansium.
Preceding the inauguration, on September 11, a thought-provoking panel discussionexplored the College’s role in community revitalization. An inspiring Community Day on September 13 capped three days of Celebrate Albion! festivities.
The All-New Albion.edu
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Sexual Misconduct Involving Minors Reporting Procedure
All Regular Employees
Employees who witness or suspect sexual misconduct involving a minor are required to report such incidents as indicated below. Sexual misconduct includes the following:
Any sexual acts involving a minor.
The intentional exposing of genitals to a minor or forcing a minor to expose his/her genitals for the purpose of sexual gratification.
Any intentional touching of a minor’s genital area, buttocks, breasts, or groin for the purpose of sexual gratification.
Forcing a minor to touch the genital area, buttocks, breasts, or groin of another for the purpose of sexual gratification.
Soliciting or requesting a minor to engage in sexual activity.
Intentionally exposing a minor to pornographic materials.
Employees who witness an incident of sexual misconduct involving a minor must immediately report the incident to either the Albion Department of Public Safety (911 from cell phone or off-campus phone) or the Office of Campus Safety (ext. 0911 or 517-629-1234).
Employees may also report suspicions of sexual misconduct to the following agencies:
Children’s Protective Services-call 855-444-3911—reports may be made confidentially or anonymously.
Albion Department of Public Safety-call 911 from a cell phone or non-campus phone.
Office of Campus Safety-ext. 0911 or 517-629-1234.
Employees should report any suspicions of sexual misconduct as soon as possible to their Department Head or to the Department Head’s supervisor as needed.
The Department Head must report the incident to the Division Head or to the President as needed.
Nothing in this procedure should be interpreted as discouraging or preventing employees from acting to stop an incident of sexual misconduct that is occurring, provided that such action does not endanger either his/her safety or the safety of the minor who is being subjected to the misconduct.
President’s Administrative Council reviewed/effective January 2013
Scope: Office Staff
Standard Office Attire:
Office staff employees are expected to dress appropriately every day for departmental activities and also for interaction with current students, alumni and guests. Area vice presidents are authorized to require specific professional attire for individual departments and offices.
Dress Down Fridays:
Office staff employees are permitted to wear casual attire (including clean, not torn jeans or other casual pants) that is appropriate for the work place. Departments may require standard office attire on Fridays if they deal extensively with the public, and departments with professional activities on specific Fridays may require standard office attire.
Mega Dress Down:
Throughout the academic year office staff employees may be permitted to wear casual attire on days other than Fridays. These days are typically during academic breaks (fall, semester, and spring breaks) and announced by the Human Resources Office. Departments with extensive public contact and departments with professional activities on a Mega Dress Down day may require standard office attire.
It is generally not appropriate to wear clothing promoting other colleges and universities to work and preferable to wear Albion College gear. Flip-flops, sweat pants, shorts, warm-up pants and baseball caps are not allowed. (Coaches are not covered by this policy.)
President’s Administrative Council approved 2/2013
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