Health & Safety
Campus crime reporting, sex crime prevention, policy prohibiting sexual harassment, fire safety report and fire log, campus emergency procedures
Statistics concerning certain criminal offenses reported to have occurred (such as robbery, assault, theft, arson, sex offenses, hate crimes, etc.) on Mississippi College's campuses during the most recent calendar year and the two preceding calendar years are set forth on the Mississippi College Office of Public Safety website.
As a current or prospective student or an employee of Mississippi College, you have the right to obtain a copy of this information. For more information, contact the Office of Public Safety.
Under the Campus Sex Crimes Prevention Act, MC is required to make available information regarding the existence of registered sex offenders who live, work, study or volunteer on campus. A current report can be obtained from the Office of Public Safety or from the Mississippi Department of Public Safety website at http://state.sor.dps.ms.gov/
Statistics concerning the number of drug and alcohol-related incidents and fatalities occurring at Mississippi College during the most recent calendar year and the two preceding calendar years are set forth in our Annual Security Report.
Information regarding Mississippi College's commitment to the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act may be found in our Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act information statement.
Information regarding penalties of drug violations can be found in the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act information statement.
Mississippi College clearly prohibits the unlawful possession, use, or distribution of illicit drugs and alcohol by students and employees on its property or as part of any of its activities.
For additional information faculty, staff, and students may refer to Policy 3.21.
Campus emergency procedures may be found on the Mississippi College Office of Public Safety website.
The annual fire safety report may be found at the Office of Public Safety website.
Information about Mississippi College's missing person notification policy can be found in the Student Handbook.
Mississippi College is committed to maintaining an environment in which the dignity and worth of all members of the institutional community are respected. Sexual harassment harms the environment the university seeks to maintain and is unequivocally prohibited. Moreover, sexual harassment/sexual violence is a form of sex discrimination and violates federal laws, including Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 and further amendments.
For additional information visit our Title IX Guide or contact:
Dr. Debbie Norris
Title IX Coordinator
Clinton, MS 39058