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Common Snapping Turtle
An artist's rendering of the proposed show stabling.
With the growth of not only the Albion College equestrian program, but of the indoor winter horse show series and other similar equestrian events, the Held Equestrian Center continually strives to offer the best facilities to our students and competitors from throughout the region.
Our proposed expansion is for a new stable block on one of our existing tent pads. The stable block will have capacity to hold 100 temporary stalls and feature heated permanent restroom facilities.
In order to construct the necessary facilities to support our students and full schedule of hosted competitions, a capital campaign to raise the funds was launched in March 2011.
Naming opportunities and other methods of support are available. All donations to the campaign are tax-deductible.
To contribute, download our Donation Form (PDF opens in a new window) and send it to:
Albion College Nancy G. Held Equestrian Center
611 E. Porter St.
Albion, MI 49224
All contributions may be split into payments over time for up to five years. Please contact us with questions.
Are you curious when there might be recruiters from Albion at an event near you?
Recruiters from Albion travel quite frequently during the spring, summer, and fall to various events throughout the Midwest, New England, and the greater U.S. We invite you to come and meet us when we're out and about!
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. Sexual harassment is also illegal. It is prohibited in the employment context by Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, in the education context by Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972 and, in both employment and education contexts, by Michigan’s Elliott-Larsen Civil Rights Act, adopted in 1976. It will not be tolerated at Albion College. All members of the College community have an obligation to participate in any investigation of a sexual harassment complaint.
Sexual harassment can be a very serious matter having far-reaching effects on the lives and careers of individuals. Intentionally false accusations can have similar impact. Both a person who sexually harasses another, and a person who knowingly and intentionally files a false complaint under this Policy, are subject to appropriate remedial action. An individual may engage in conduct of a sexual nature that may not be sufficiently severe, persistent, or pervasive to constitute sexual harassment as described below, but is nonetheless inappropriate. Such conduct may violate other College policies, and the College will take appropriate action.
Access the Policy and Procedures for Addressing Complaints of Sexual Harassment via this link.
In addition to members of the College community (as defined by Albion College), the College's sexual harassment policy applies to the conduct of vendors, contractors, visitors, and third parties. If a College student or employee believes that he or she has been subjected to conduct by a vendor, contractor, visitor, or third party that violates this policy, the student or employee should contact the Title IX Coordinator and Director for Human Resources, Lisa Locke at 517/629-0206. The College will respond as appropriate, given the nature of its relationship to the vendor, contractor, visitor, or third party.
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 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 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.
Information concerning sexual harassment is available from the offices listed below.
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