Health and Safety

Creating safe learning environments

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Protect Yourself and Others

Stay alert, safety-conscious and informed. Trust your instincts. If something doesn't feel right, it probably isn't. If you are the victim of a crime and do not want to pursue action within the College system or the criminal justice system, you may want to consider making a confidential reportBay College promotes personal safety through ongoing information sharing as well as training opportunities. The Crime Prevention and Safety Information brochure describes safety tips relating to a number of different safety related scenarios.

Emergency Contacts
Escanaba, MI
Iron Mountain, MI

Campus Safety

Important information regarding surveillance, services and policies.

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All students, employees, and guests should promptly report criminal incidents, accidents and other emergencies by dialing 911 or in the event of a non-emergency by filling out an online report. Anonymous, confidential reporting is also available.


Clery Geography

Maps of clery reported property.

Male and female students receiving an emergency alert on their cell phones

Bay Alert

By employing a variety of electronic communication tools, such as text messaging, email, and RSS feeds, emergency messages can be sent simultaneously to registered campus community members via cell phone, home phone, and WiFi enabled devices.


Counseling Services

Feeling overwhelmed? Bay College offers free professional counseling services to enrolled students.

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Title IX

Bay College strives to provide an environment for study and employment that is free of harassment, discrimination, and violence. If you feel that you have been discriminated against, harassed, or suffered violence at the College based on your gender, you have remedies. Speak with one of the Title IX compliance staff.


RAVE Panic Button

An employee app for smart devices to contact 911 or report suspicious activity.