If you are experiencing an emergency, or you need help right away, call Campus Safety at 517-629-1234 or Albion Department of Public Safety at 911 or 517-629-3933. To explore your options before reporting, see the list of confidential resources.
Sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, stalking, and sexual harassment will not be tolerated at Albion College. The Albion College Relationship Violence and Sexual Assault Policy contains our deﬁnition of sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, and stalking. We will fairly but rigorously enforce these standards. The full policy is published in the 2018-2019 Albion College Student Handbook and in the Relationship Violence and Sexual Assault Handbook listed below.
Survivors have the right and are encouraged to report to local law enforcement and to the College, and the College will assist survivors in filing a criminal complaint as requested. Survivors may request changes in academic, living, transportation, and working situations whether or not they choose to submit a formal complaint about the incident to the College or to civil authorities. Requests should be made to the Vice President for Student Affairs or the College's Title IX Coordinator. Use the menu on the left or the following links for more information on Resources, Reporting, and Confidentiality.
Relationship Violence and Sexual Assault Handbook
The Relationship Violence and Sexual Assault Handbook is a resource guide published annually by the Student Affairs office. It includes relevant College policies and information about resources available to students both on and off campus. See the link below to view the handbook. Printed copies are available at the Student Affairs office (Ferguson 216), Counseling Services, Student Health Services, Campus Safety, Human Resources, outside the Anna Howard Shaw Women's Center (Kellogg Center 448), and near the information desk on the first floor of the Kellogg Center.