For assistance, please contact the Office of Human Resources.
Phone: 410-857-2229, 410-876-2055, ext. 2229 (Baltimore Line)
Office Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Benefits and Employment Manager
McDaniel College values the safety of our community members. The College provides an Annual Fire Safety and Security Report published electronically at www.mcdaniel.edu/annualsecurityreport. The report contains several important safety, security, and sexual assault response policies among others; advice on safety topics; campus crime and fire statistics; drug and alcohol resources; and other important safety information. If you would like a paper copy, requests may be made to the Director of Campus Safety at McDaniel College’s postal address.
Equal Employment Opportunity
McDaniel College supports equal opportunity in admissions, education, employment, housing, and use of facilities by prohibiting discrimination in those areas based on age, color, disability, marital status, national origin, race, religion or creed, sex or gender, gender identity and gender expression, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any other basis in law. This policy implements state and federal laws (including Title IX); inquiries about it should be directed to the Director of Affirmative Action.
McDaniel College believes that liberally educated men and women think and act critically, creatively, and humanely. They take charge of their lives and develop their unique potentials with reason, imagination, and human concern. McDaniel College accepts the challenge to provide an academic and social environment that promotes liberal learning:
We place students at the center of a humane environment so that they may see and work toward their personal goals while respecting others and sharing responsibility for the common good.
We provide a foundation of knowledge about the past and present so that students may be informed about the world.
We provide various approaches to knowledge and personal achievement so that students can think critically about, respond creatively to, and form sensitive, intelligent decisions concerning the world and its future.
We provide instruction in fundamental skills so that students can express themselves for their own satisfaction and to the larger community.
We provide solid and respected professional programs for the committed student, and more importantly, we provide a liberal arts education as an integral part of professional training so that students will be more flexible, more successful, and happier in the world of work.
In the classrooms, in the dormitories, in the workplace, in the laboratories, on the playing fields, and in the lounges, McDaniel College works to disseminate these First Principles.
Any inquiries regarding the above may be directed to:
Director of Affirmative Action for Faculty
Debora Johnson-Ross, 410-386-4632
Director of Affirmative Action for Administrative Staff
Maureen Meloche, 410-857-2207
Director of Affirmative Action for Classified Staff
Mary Rasche, 410-857-2501