Oberlin College works to create a diverse and inclusive campus community where students, staff, and faculty can participate in a free and respectful exchange of ideas without having to overcome barriers of discrimination or harassment. The Office of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion supports that goal by
- recommending non-discrimination policies that reflect campus culture and federal guidelines,
- responding to discrimination and harassment reports with a clear review process,
- and offering support and information to any members of our community who are involved in discrimination or harassment reports.
Students, staff, and faculty are protected by law and policy against discrimination and harassment based on:
- marital status
- national origin
- military or veteran status
- sexual orientation
- family relationship to an employee of Oberlin College
- gender identity and expression
Any member of our campus community who feels they've been involved with an incident of discrimination or harassment is encouraged to contact Rebecca Mosely, Title IX coordinator and director of the Office Of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion, for help determining an appropriate course of action.
Learn more about some of the policies the Office of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion administers:
Not sure which of the College's policies applies to the situation?
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If you’re experiencing a medical emergency, call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.
(In Oberlin go to Mercy Allen Hospital, 200 W. Lorain St.)
Safety and Security 440-775-8911 (24 hours)
Emergency Services 911 (24 hours)
Oberlin Police Department 440-774-1061
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Submit a discrimination, harassment, or sexual misconduct report for yourself or someone else by filing an online report now. An anonymous reporting option is available.
Sexual Misconduct, Discrimination, or Harassment Report