All graduates and guests must complete a Health Screening Form prior to entering Memorial Stadium.
Additional information is available on the Commencement page.
An organization that fails to abide by the OSE procedures or with policies listed in the Whittier College Student Handbook, Student Code of Conduct, and/or the Student Code of Rights & Responsibilities may be subject to loss of privileges and/or disciplinary action at the discretion of the OSE Director or designee.
The following policies apply to all student-sponsored social events regardless of location hosted by student organizations. The College may modify any restriction in this policy and/or impose additional restrictions on any event. Failure to adhere to policies or restrictions could result in disciplinary action for individuals and/or the organization of the event.
The EMS system is temporarily closed until further notice. Student organizations and clubs should use the Engage platform to register events and meetings. For additional assistance, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
(Updated October 27, 2021)
The purpose of the travel policy and procedures is to ensure appropriate information is documented and available for chaperones and safety personnel in the event of an emergency/accident. The following information describes the requirements for off-campus and/or activities organized by Whittier College student organizations, faculty, or staff.
The Dean on call and Counselor on call can be reached via Campus Safety at the numbers above.
If a recognized student organization fails to comply with federal, state, city regulations, laws or College policy, the group may be subject to criminal or civil action. In addition, the organization and/or individual members representing the organization may be subject to College disciplinary proceedings as well. Remember, when an individual is acting as a representative of the organization, his/her actions reflect upon the reputation of the entire organization and of Whittier College.