Buntrock Commons is the community center for the St. Olaf campus, serving all members of the college family — students, faculty, staff, alumni, parents, friends, and supporters.
Fall Recruiting Showcase 2020 (Virtual)
Camp Jack Creative Bootcamp
Daily Chapel: Bobby Isbell '21
Master of Science in Biology Virtual Information Session
Daily Chapel: Kate Rudberg '21
Virtual 1:1 Coffee Chats with U.S. Bank Recruiters and Ole Alumni
Making it in the Arts: Making Structural Change in and through the Arts: Anti-Racist Activism and Advocacy
Daily Chapel: Zofie Basta '21
Create opportunities for students to live in an inclusive community
Promote health and safety of community members
Serve as a catalyst for student involvement
Teach personal responsibility, holding students accountable to community standards and each other
Develop leadership skills and abilities in students
Champion Student Success
- Provide institutional strategies and support for fostering a healthy and inclusive campus community
- Prepare students to be successful in and out of the classroom
Construct a Culture of Assessment
- Provide guidance and training regarding assessment goals, timeline and measurement
- Using assessment data demonstrate student growth and engagement June, 2020
- Initiate an assessment cycle
Commit to Excellence
- Disseminate clear and effective division communication strategies – both internal and external
- Promote professional staff participation in regular training and on-going development
St. Olaf College expects members of our community to act legally and ethically. The College relies upon individuals to report concerns so that it can investigate and respond in a manner consistent with our mission and values.
We recognize that there are times when reporting through official on-campus channels may be difficult. To facilitate reporting concerns about unlawful, unethical, or other concerning conduct, the College subscribes to Campus Conduct Hotline. Campus Conduct Hotline is an independent resource that facilitates reports submitted by phone or on-line. The resource is available 24 hours a day / seven days a week. An individual filing a report can remain anonymous. Individuals who report concerns are given a unique case number which, if they so choose, allows them to remain anonymous while receiving additional information about the College’s response.
When should you use Campus Conduct Hotline? We encourage you to report concerns anytime you have information about harmful, unethical, unlawful or other concerning activities occurring on campus. Examples include theft or misuse of College property, conflicts of interest, harassment, discrimination, bias incidents, health or safety risks, security concerns, or other behaviors that are contrary to the College’s policies and values. This service is intended to overlap with other reporting options that are available on campus, including other anonymous reporting resources. If in doubt, use whatever reporting option feels most comfortable to you.
To report a concern to Campus Conduct Hotline 24/7, please call 866-943-5787 or report on line at intouchwebsite.com/CCH2442.