Campus and Community Index
Bowdoin College encourages freedom of expression, open dialogue, and mutual respect. Discrimination or harassment of others on the basis of race, color, ethnicity, social class, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, age, marital status, place of birth, veteran status, or against qualified individuals with disabilities on the basis of disability has no place in our intellectual community.
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Members of the College community are encouraged to report behavior that is inconsistent with these values, as well as educational and/or prevention efforts aimed at stopping incidents of bias, discrimination, and/or harassment. Here’s how:
If you are concerned about an immediate threat to your safety or property, or that of others, please call 911 or contact Bowdoin College Safety and Security at (207) 725-3500, or use one of the emergency “Blue Light” telephones located on campus.
Contact any of the following individuals or offices to make a report or receive support, or instead complete an online report:
- Leana Amaez, Associate Dean of Multicultural Student Programs – (207) 725-3048
- Counseling Service ;— (207) 725-3145
- Human Resources — (207) 725-3837
- Office of the Dean of Student Affairs — (207) 725-3149
- Safety and Security — (207) 725-3314
- Roy Partridge, Special Assistant to the President for Multicultural Affairs — (207) 725-3656
- Workplace Advisors
Contact any Residential Life student or professional staff member, particularly if the incident occurs in a Bowdoin residential space – (207) 725-3225.
Faculty or staff should contact a member of the Human Resources staff at 207-725-3837 for incidents in the workplace.