Sexual Harassment and Discrimination Training
Emmanuel College is required by law to have a written policy on sexual harassment and discrimination and to make employees aware of that policy. To ensure that employees fully understand these policies and discrimination in all its forms, we mandate require all new faculty and staff to complete an online, web-based training program every 3 years. To access the training, please visit the Harassment Prevention on Campus website.

Safe Space Training
The OUTSpoken SafeSpace Committee worked throughout the Fall 2013 semester to create a training manual for SafeSpace training. The Committee continued working on the development of the training events for the roll-out of SafeSpace at the end of the Spring 2014 semester. At this time, SafeSpace trainings are held annually in the Spring (in concordance with OUTspoken's OUT and PROUD Week). More trainings may be added dependent on interest from the community.

College Policies

Notice of Non-Discrimination
Sexual Harassment Policy
Policy Against Other Forms of Harassment & Discrimination
Bias Incident and Hate Crime Policy
Bias Incident and Hate Crime Report Form

Diversity in the Curriculum
Emmanuel College is committed to increasing the number of classes addressing issues of diversity and inclusivity of people, cultures, religions or areas of the world outside the European-American experience. This initial initiative has led to the creation of new courses and content revisions to several existing ones.

Diversity in Admissions
Emmanuel College is home to students from 44 countries and welcomes applicants from around the globe. Our admissions process is personalized and thoughtful. We are committed to enrolling a student body with diverse academic interests and backgrounds. Applying as an International Student»

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Featured Faculty: Rebecca Moryl

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