Magdalen College has built its approach to student life on the foundation of Catholic teaching about human nature and purpose, which itself draws upon classical philosophical anthropology and the personalist philosophy of Pope Saint John Paul II. While the principles remain unchanged, the application of these principles develop over time and the college continually seeks to improve the services it provides to its students and the quality of our common life. This is done in part by reflecting on our own historical experience as an institution as well as learning from our peer institutions. The written principles and policies that guide student life are available in the Magdalen College Student Handbook 2019-2020.
In case of emergency after regular office hours, please call the Student Life On-Call Number: (603) 731-2782.
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Magdalen College is dedicated to the physical safety and health and wellness of its students, employees and family and friends of the college. Magdalen College works to educate all its students on its policies related to sexual harassment/sexual assault, for the increased well-being of the student community and to comply with federal requirements. Students should learn more about the subject in order to implement strategies to reduce their risk and become a source of support for others.
Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 (20 U.S.C. §1681) prohibits sex discrimination of students and employees of educational institutions that receive federal financial assistance. Title IX applies to every aspect of federally funded education programs. In compliance with Title IX, Magdalen College prohibits sex discrimination in all programs, activities and employment.
“No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving federal financial assistance.”20 U.S.C. §1681
The Campus SaVE Act is an update to the Clery Act, expanding the scope of this legislation in terms of reporting, response, and prevention education requirements around rape, acquaintance rape, domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking.
The policies that guide the college’s application of Title IX and the Campus SaVe act may be found in the Student Handbook.
The Coordinator monitors compliance with Title IX regulations and investing complaints of sexual discrimination, harassment, assault, violence, and other gender-based matters. Questions regarding Title IX, as well as concerns with complaints of non-compliance, may be directed to the Title IX Coordinator.
Dean of Students
(603) 456-2656 x4122
511 Kearsarge Mtn Rd.
Warner, NH 03278
For information on student grievances and how to report incidents, please see the resources below:
Emergency: Dial 911
Local dispatch emergency services