Student Health and Safety

Lafayette is committed to providing students with an environment for optimal intellectual, social, and emotional growth. We take very seriously our responsibility to help our students make healthy and safe choices and to create an educational milieu that both challenges and supports students as they strive to achieve their full potential. The College has a variety of programs, initiatives, and services designed to provide a safe and secure environment for students and other members of the campus community.

Alcohol and other drugs

High-risk consumption of alcohol by students poses a significant impediment to the safety of our students and to the College’s core academic mission. Lafayette’s position on the use of alcohol is not one of prohibition, but one of education and accountability.

Learn about alcohol education, communications, and enforcement 

Behavioral Intervention

Learn more about behavioral intervention

Bias Response Team

Learn more about the Bias Response Team

Mediation Services

Learn more about mediation services

Sexual Harassment & Sexual Assault Prevention & Response Resources

Learn more about sexual harassment & sexual assault prevention and response

Student Conduct Program

Learn more about the Student Conduct Program

Student Leadership and Involvement

Student Leadership and Involvement promotes a diverse and active lifestyle for Lafayette students. Check out the variety of programs and events available for the entire campus community.
Visit the SLI site

RSS Voices Blog

  • Why Not? May 22, 2015
    By Chelsea Cutino ’15 At only 19 years of age, the Marquis de Lafayette sailed to America on the Hermione for the French intervention in the Revolutionary War. When Lafayette arrived in America, he adopted the motto “Cur Non?” meaning “Why Not?” This spirit guided him to play an integral role in America’s freedom, and […]
    Chelsea Cutino
  • ¡Hasta Luego España! May 20, 2015
    My last final was on Wednesday, the 13th.  I remember feeling relieved when I turned it in as I normally do at the end of final exams – it’s a good feeling to have zero academic responsibilities after the stress of studying for finals.  However, as soon as I walked out the classroom door, it […]
    Scott Paulis
  • Overseas, Underfunded: The German Welfare State Pt. 2 May 17, 2015
    Opinion In America, every now and again you still come across a far right conservative who advocates for a laissez faire economy and the end to government welfare programs. However, most people have come to realize the importance of providing some amount of welfare; unless you are talking to Ron Swanson, that is. (By the […]
    James Onorevole

Contact Information

Division of Campus Life
101 Hogg Hall
Easton, PA 18042
(610) 330- 5082