Beantown Camp Code of Conduct
Beantown Camp is dedicated to providing a safe and comfortable experience for everyone. All attendees, instructors, staff, and volunteers are required to comply with the following code of conduct. Cooperation is expected from all participants to help ensure a safe environment for everybody.
While camp is in session:
- For issues of harassment or safety please contact:
- The Safety Team, either in person or by email (email@example.com).
- The Endicott College Public Safety is staffed 24 hours a day at the main campus entrance. They are available for any safety concern or medical emergency. Call 978-232-2222 (24 hours a day) or use any on campus phone, emergency call box, or special campus blue emergency phones in public areas. They are First Responders and some are Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) certified. They can contact an ambulance or other emergency agency if necessary. Beverly Hospital is close by the campus.
- For campus problems such as locked out of room, room AC not working, out of toilet paper, lost keys or meal card:
- Call Endicott College Misselwood Events host at 978-265-4913 (9am–9pm).
- You can also visit the Concierge Desk 5pm–9pm in the Callahan Center on the left after you enter the lower level main entrance.
- For out of hours room lock out, AC or plumbing problems visit or call Endicott College Public Safety at 978-232-2222 (9pm–9am).
- For any issues:
- If an issue is not resolved satisfactorily using any of these methods, please contact the event organizers in person or by leaving a message.
When camp is not in session the event organizers can be contacted by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or telephone (508-435-2363).
Declaration Of Safe Space
Beantown Camp is dedicated to providing a safe and comfortable experience for everyone, regardless of gender, age, sexual orientation, ability, physical appearance, body size, race, or religion (or lack thereof). Harassment of participants, event staff, or Endicott staff is not tolerated in any form, including social situations at any event venue (including dances, classes, competitions, dining hall, and residence halls) and online media (including Twitter, Facebook, and other online social media).
Harassment includes offensive verbal comments (related to gender, age, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, OR religion), sexual language and images in public spaces, deliberate intimidation, stalking, following, harassing photography or recording, sustained disruption of classes or other events, inappropriate physical contact, and unwelcome sexual attention.
Participants asked to stop any harassing behavior are expected to comply immediately.
If a participant engages in harassing behavior, the event organizers, at their discretion, may take any action deemed appropriate, including warning the offender or expulsion from the event with no refund.
If you are being harassed, notice that someone else is being harassed, or have any other concerns, please contact the event organizers immediately using one of the methods above.
Event staff will be happy to help participants contact Endicott College Campus Safety or local law enforcement, provide escorts, or otherwise assist those experiencing harassment to feel safe for the duration of the event. We value your attendance and your safety.
All participants are expected to follow these rules for the entire duration of attending Beantown Camp.
Being A Good Participant
Please do not offer unsolicited advice to fellow dancers either in class or on the social dance floor.
Be courteous and respectful to others, however, it is not required to dance with someone if you feel it is an uncomfortable situation. Trust your instincts.
Please use your full range of senses on the dance floor to avoid accidental collisions and injuries. It is every dancer’s responsibility to be aware of their own and their partner’s movement and position, as well as the movement and position of the dancers surrounding them, in order to avoid all forms of dangerous contact.
Please be respectful to both event staff and Endicott staff, even if you are experiencing a personal frustration. Without the goodwill of these individuals, a smoothly functioning event is impossible.
Finally, be aware of your own boundaries and physical needs. Do not neglect your health, do remember to sleep, do wash your hands frequently, and do remember to take your meds if applicable.
Due to requirements of Endicott College, no person under 18 is permitted on campus during Beantown Camp. Everyone registering must be over 18 and cannot be accompanied by anyone under 18. A government issued identification may be requested to be shown at check-in.
Alcohol On Campus
Alcohol can only be consumed on campus at events run by Beantown Camp and the Endicott College staff. It is not permitted to possess or consume alcohol on campus at any other time during Beantown Camp. If you do drink while on campus, be responsible.
You must be at least 21 years of age to consume alcohol, which is the legal drinking age in Massachusetts. Providing alcohol to campers under 21 is grounds for expulsion from camp without a refund.
Smoking On Campus
Smoking is not allowed in any campus building including residence halls. Smoking is limited to specifically designated outside areas only. No candles or open flames are allowed in any of the buildings.
Animals On Campus
Animals are not permitted in any building on campus at any time, with the exception of service animals, which require a certificate to be shown to Endicott College staff at check-in. Endicott College policy does not permit comfort animals.
Staying On Campus
Endicott College requires that everyone who stays overnight on campus has registered and paid for a housing reservation. It is expected that all campers will abide by this requirement.
It is permitted to move furniture around in your room, however no items are to be removed. Please put the room back how you found it at the end of your stay.
Please be courteous of other campers and keep noise down in the residence halls, especially late at night and when coming and going.
Dining Hall Policies
Only campers on the meal plan are permitted in the dining hall. Please be respectful of the food service staff and do not try to enter the dining hall if you do not have the appropriate meal card. The staff encourages campers to ask if you have questions about the meals or have special needs. Please do not fill water bottles from the drink dispensers. All food and drink provided is intended for consumption in the dining hall.
Parking On Campus
There are plenty of parking areas on campus, including lots near all of the residence halls. At no time is parking allowed in ﬁre lanes or in unauthorized spaces. All campus roads must be clear of parked vehicles at all times.
Do not hesitate to contact someone if you need help.
Be safe and enjoy Beantown Camp!
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