New Employee Orientation
Within your first 30 days
- New employee orientation - HR office will schedule this with you and add it to your Google calander. Use this checklist to ensure you have completed all follow up items after your orientation.
- Intersections: Preventing Harassment & Sexual Violence online training- contact Myesha Abdulrahman
- Active shooter (can only be viewed on campus in Safari browser)
- Sexual and relationship violence prevention and response - contact Rowan Frost
- Environmental health and safety - contact Cathy Young
Review the following policies and procedures:
- The possession or use of marijuana on the Reed campus is not permitted: Alcohol and other drugs (AOD)
- The Honor Principle
- Emergency Procedures
- Discriminatory harassment and sexual misconduct
- Diversity statement
- Oregon’s Child Abuse Reporting Law
- Complete list of Reed community policies
To do within your first 30 days on campus
- Work with your supervisor to develop three to five goals for you to accomplish in the upcoming six months
- Tour the reactor – contact Christina Barrett to set up a tour
- Tour the canyon – contact Zach Perry by the 3rd week of the month to set up a 45 min canyon tour. Plan to meet at the fish ladder landbridge.
- Check out a book from the library
- Get a cup of coffee from Paradox or Fishbowl cafés
- Pick up some supplies from the bookstore
- Mail a postcard or letter from mail services
- Work out at the sports center
- View some art at Cooley Art Gallery
- See a performance at the Performing Arts Building
- Check out the Gray Fund calendar
- Attend a humanities lecture
- Continue to introduce yourself to those inside and outside your department
If interested, you can
- Reed employees may purchase meal plan dollars at the cashier window (Eliot Hall) to be used at Commons, our on-campus dining hall. In addition to the dollar amount added to your card, Bon Appetit also gives a 10% bonus!
- Purchase a half-price monthly Trimet pass at the cashier window
- Utilize the Instructional Media Center (IMC) located on the first floor of the library. The IMC is a multi-media, audio-visual, and computer resource facility which includes a student multimedia lab, the language lab and a closed vault housing the video, CD-ROM and AV equipment collection.
- Create a personal account at the Bookstore
- Use a Zipcar on campus
Attend a lecture:
Hum 110 lectures take place Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 9am until 9:50am in Vollum lecture hall. Feel free to drop in for a lecture!