A resource page for the St. Olaf Community
St. Olaf College is committed to creating and maintaining an environment in which all members of the St. Olaf community — students, faculty, and staff — are treated with respect and dignity, free from bias and harassment. Faculty, staff, and students are together responsible for maintaining an educational and working environment that is consistent with institutional values.
Incidents of bias, harassment, and hate crimes all include some form of unwelcome conduct that is based on a person’s race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, disability, age, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, or any other protected class status.
From the St. Olaf Code of Student Conduct
Any student found to have committed the following misconduct is subject to disciplinary sanctions:
Physical abuse, verbal abuse, threats, intimidation, harassment, coercion, and/or other conduct which threatens or endangers the health or safety of any person including, but not limited to, the following forms:
a. Direct oral expression or physical gesture or action
b. Notes, letters, U.S. mail, campus mail, or other forms of written communication
c. Phone calls or phone messages
d. E-mail or other electronic methods of communication
Read more here.
How to Report
St. Olaf College encourages victims of hate crimes, harassment or bias to report the incident to appropriate authorities on or off campus.
Dean of Students Office 507-786-3615
Residence Life Office 507-786-3011
Director of Human Resources 507-786-3068
Public Safety 507-786-3666
Director of Center for Multicultural and International Engagement (CMIE) 507-786-3060
Northfield Police Department 507-645-4475
Campus Conduct Hotline – Anonymous reporting line – Available 24-hours (866) 943-5787
St. Olaf College Code of Student Conduct
Crime Reporting Requirements (includes definition of hate crime)
Campus Conduct Hotline
St. Olaf Crime Statistics
St. Olaf IT Policy on Misuse of Computers