Minors on Campus
Reporting abuse or neglect: Anyone who knows, suspects, or receives information indicating that a child or teen has been abused or neglected, or who has other concerns about the safety of children or teens should report this information. Most Northern Michigan University employees and volunteers are mandated reporters who MUST inform the appropriate program administrator, the NMU Police Department (906 227-2151) or the Michigan Department of Human Services at (855) 444-3911
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|This policy has a related guideline. Click to view the guideline below.|
Northern Michigan University is committed to preventing sexual abuse. We strive to offer a safe and enjoyable educational environment for all minors attending NMU programs. In support of that goal, this policy sets forth minimum requirements for conducting university youth programs.
These requirements apply to all programs operated by the university, non-university sponsored programs taking place on the campus grounds, and programs under the direction and authority of the university at locations off campus. Minor is defined as any person under the age of eighteen who is not enrolled, accepted for enrollment, or participating in a pre-enrollment activity such as a campus visit or scholarship competition.
For all university-sponsored youth programs, the program administrator will:
Program administrators for non-university sponsored programs must complete the Safety of
No deviation from the policy or the supporting guidelines are allowed without specific approval
Related Policy: Sexual Misconduct Policy