Events
  • Sandra Lim

    Mar 29| Lectures
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    Sandra Lim is the author of two collections of poetry, Loveliest Grotesque and The Wilderness, winner of the 2013 Barnard Women Poets Prize, selected by Louise Glück. Her work is also included in the anthologies Gurlesque, The Racial Imaginary, and Among Margins: An Anthology on Aesthetics. She has received fellowships from the MacDowell Colony, the Vermont Studio Center, and the Getty Research Institute.

  • Intern Recruitment Day

    Mar 30| Special Event
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    Continental breakfast will be from 8:00 – 8:45, interviews will take place from 9:00 am – 12:00 pm. Otis welcomes companies that are recruiting for Summer internships in the following areas: Architecture/Landscape/Interiors, Digital Media, Communications Arts, Fashion Design, Fine Arts, Product Design, Toy Design.
  • A quintessentially Los Angeles artist, Larry Johnson has worked for over 4 decades investigating the inherent contradictions between the shiny surfaces and underlying cynical logics of American culture. His works reference the languages of animation (especially the fantasy worlds of Walt Disney), graphic and commercial design, and advertising.

  • A limited number of tickets are available to FUN HOME, an emotionally charged and poignant family drama, inspired by the graphic novel of the same name by Alison Bechdel, in which she explores her coming out and the suicide of her domineering father Bruce. Sign up in the Office of Student Activities located in the Student Life Center Room 150E.

  • Transfer Day

    Apr 01| Admissions
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    At Transfer Day, prospective transfer students are invited to take a tour of campus, have their questions answered in a one-on-one appointment, and learn how to make a smooth transition to Otis College. If you are considering transferring into one of our programs, please join us on Saturday, April 1, 2017 from 12-3pm. 

     

  • Edgar Arceneaux was born in Los Angeles in 1972. He investigates historical patterns through drawings, installations, and multimedia events, such as the reenactment of Ben Vereen’s tragically misunderstood blackface performance at Ronald Reagan’s 1981 Inaugural Gala.

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Support

Sexual Assault Support Services and Resources

Students who wish to discuss an incident of sexual misconduct in complete confidence should notify only Counseling Services or off-campus confidential resources.Please be aware that all Otis College employees, including professional staff, faculty, and certain student staff (such as resident assistants) have limited confidentiality and must report cases of sexual misconduct.

Important Time Frames

In the event of an assault, keep in mind the following time frames for emergency contraception, sexually transmitted infection (STI) testing and evidence collection:

  • Three days (up to 72 hours) from incident for emergency contraception and some potential STI prevention<
  • Four days (up to 96 hours) from incident for evidence collection (available at hospital emergency departments or Santa Monica Rape Crisis Center)
On and Off Campus Services

Campus Security

  • (310) 665-6965 (Goldsmith Campus)
  • (310) 630-3700 (Fashion Department)

Local Police Departments

  • Emergency: 911
  • (310) 482-6334 (Westchester/Culver City)
  • (310) 458-2281 (Santa Monica)
  • (310) 534-2738 (El Segundo)

Student Counseling Services

  • (310) 665-6968

Title IX Coordinator

  • (310) 846-2554

Student Affairs

  • (310) 665-6960

Santa Monica Rape Crisis Center

  • (310) 319-4000

YWCA

  • (877) 943-5778

Peace over Violence
Los Angeles County Rape & Battering Hotlines (English and Spanish)

  • (310) 392-8381
  • (213) 626-3393
  • (626) 793-3385
Retaliation Statement

Retaliation exists when an individual harasses, intimidates, or takes other adverse actions against a person because of the person’s participation in an investigation of discrimination or sexual misconduct or their support of someone involved in an investigation of discrimination or sexual misconduct. Retaliatory actions include, but are not limited to, threats or actual violence against the person or their property, adverse educational or employment consequences, ridicule, intimidation, bullying, or ostracism. The College will impose sanctions on any faculty, student or staff member found to be engaging in retaliation. Likewise, the College will not retaliate against anyone for filing a complaint made in good faith and will not knowingly permit retaliation by management, faculty, staff, or students.

Reporting Protections

The College expects that all community members will take reasonable action to stop, or prevent an act of sexual misconduct, harassment, or discrimination. Such action may include intervening when safe to do so, requesting assistance of friends, contacting law enforcement or a person in authority. Any community member who should decide to exercise this moral obligation will be supported by the College and protected from retaliation.

Retaliation against any person or group that makes a complaint, cooperates with an investigation, or participates in the grievance procedure is in violation of College policy. Retaliation should be reported immediately to the Title IX Coordinator for investigative purposes.

Responsible Employee

What to do if a student confides in you

Different people on campus have different abilities to maintain confidentiality. Here at Otis, only Student Counseling Services can guarantee confidentiality. If a student comes to you, inform the student of your duties and your responsibility as a mandatory reporter. There are limits to confidentiality because you are obligated to report in instances of sexual misconduct. Additionally, if you suspect danger to yourself or someone else, or if there is a serious threat to the community, you are to seek someone with more authority to help. Be knowledgeable of the resources available at the College to assist the student in making informed choices about who can best assist them.

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