Policies

Alcohol and Drug Policy

It is the policy of Scripps College to provide a safe, healthy and productive workplace for all employees, including staff, faculty and student employees. The unlawful possession, use or distribution of alcohol and illicit drugs by employees on College property or as part of any of its activities is prohibited.

Discrimination and Harassment Policy

As a community dedicated to the education of women and the advancement of learning, Scripps College seeks to maintain an environment in which individuals can live, learn, and work free from discrimination and harassment of any kind.

Federal Funds and Lobbying Policy

It is the policy of Scripps College that no federal funds may be used to pay any person for influencing or attempting to influence an officer or employee of the College or an officer or employee of CUC, in connection with any of the following federal actions, and that no federal student aid funding may be used to hire a registered lobbyist or pay any person or entity for securing an earmark.

Guidelines For Photography on the Scripps Campus by Outside Parties

Scripps College has been ranked by Newsweek magazine as one the country’s most beautiful colleges. As a result, many outside photographers, both professional and amateur, desire to photograph the Scripps campus or use the campus as a site for a photo-shoot. Photography on the Scripps campus by outside parties is by permission only and subject to the following guidelines.

Sustainability Policy

Scripps College is committed to conducting its activities in a manner that is sensitive to the environment. As an educational institution, we support efforts to review our day-to-day operations in order to introduce “best practices” in this field. For new construction and renovations, we will use the best designs available that meet building code approved energy efficiency standards. These standards, together with water conservation, recycling, and the use of renewable resources, are embraced by the term “sustainability.”