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Mid Michigan Community College (MMCC) is committed to maintaining a safe, secure and positive learning environment. Our primary concern is for the safety of our students, faculty, staff and visitors.

To meet this end, the Office of Student Oversight (OSO) was created to construct policies and procedures that keep the College Community secure, informed, and in compliance with mandated laws and policies.

In most cases, the Office of Student Oversight can be considered as an office of intervention and prevention. OSO ensures the safety and efficiency of the campus community by establishing guidelines for safety in order to avoid disruption. It establishes protocols that work through issues to keep the College community informed and secure. For issues, please contact us at our e-mail: oso@midmich.edu


Martricia Farrell

Office of Student Oversight Coordinator

Deputy Title IX Coordinator
mfarrell@midmich.edu
(989) 386-6622, Ext. 394

Kim Barnes

Executive Dean of Student & Academic Support Services

Chief Title IX Coordinator
kbarnes@midmich.edu
(989) 773-6622, Ext. 236

Ryan Harkrader

Student Conduct & Institutional Compliance Officer
rharkrader@midmich.edu
(989) 773-6622, Ext. 548

Becky Knickmeier

Office of Student Oversight Case Manager

rknickmeier@midmich.edu
(989) 386-6638

Amy Goethe

Student Success and Outreach Officer

agoethe@midmich.edu

(989) 386-6622, Ext. 256

In addition, the Office of Student Oversight is the reporting center for Student and Faculty Concerns through the use of the Maxient Software system. Maxient is an online reporting system that students, faculty, and staff can access to provide information on incidents of safety and/or wellbeing to students and/or situations.

Reports are referred through the Office of Student Oversight to the appropriate personnel that have supervision of those reported areas. This may be a Dean, Coordinator or one of the Student Oversight staff members.

If you or someone else are in the midst of any kind of emergency, immediate harm or threat of harm please call 9-1-1.


OSO Policies, Information & Resources

Resource Name Description
Campus Safety and Security
Policies and Procedures related to our commitment to maintaining a safe, secure and positive learning environment at MMCC.
Annual Security Report
Review the Annual Security Report on MMCC.
Student Right to Know
Required student consumer information (Multiple topics and resources).
Student Handbook PDF
Link to Student Handbook (2017-2018 PDF version) provided from the Office of Student Oversight
Non-Discrimination Policy & Information
Dedicated to providing a safe and healthy environment that is nondiscriminatory in nature and in which all individuals are treated with respect and dignity.
Smoke, Tobacco & E-Cigarettes Information
To promote the health and well-being of its students, faculty, and staff and reduce involuntary exposure to secondhand smoke.
Community Assistance & Resources
A comprehensive up-to-date list of community resources. Counseling Services, Domestic Violence, Food Pantries, Housing/Shelter/Utilities, Legal Services, Mental Health/Crisis, Sexual Assault, Substance Abuse, Suicide Prevention, Veterans Affairs, Transportation
Alcohol and Other Drug Policies
Committed to providing a safe and healthy learning environment and as such, recognizes that improper or excessive use of alcohol and other drugs may disrupt the learning community by negatively impacting the health and safety of our students, faculty and staff. .
Change of Name and/or Gender Policy
MMCC recognizes that as a community, members may use names to identify themselves other than their legal name. This includes persons that identify with a gender that differs from their birth-assigned sex. These individuals may exercise their option to change their legal name and/or gender information with the College.
Americans with Disability Act (ADA)
Committed to providing an environment that is responsive and inclusive for people with disabilities.
Title IX Information
Required student consumer information related to Title IX.
Student Conduct Information
Students are expected to act in a responsible manner that promotes the environment for learning. MMCC's official Student Code of Conduct.
Behavior Intervention Team (BIT)
The purpose of the Mid Michigan Community College Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) is to provide preventative measures throughout the college community to reduce the risk of student Incidents.
REPORT IT! Student Reporting Form
This form is intended to encourage students, faculty and staff to report violations of the Student Code of Conduct, academic dishonesty, wellness or concerning behaviors, and any incidents of sexual misconduct, discrimination or harassment.
MidAlert! Notifications and Emergency Messaging
MMCC has subscribed to e2Campus to send time-sensitive communication to students, faculty and staff who choose to participate.
 
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