Office of the General Counsel

The Office of the General Counsel (OGC) provides legal counsel, representation and oversight to the College and its affiliated entities on the wide range of issues involving higher education. OGC is led by Stephen P. Tuttle, General Counsel and Secretary of the College.

The goal of the office is to represent the College's interests in business transactions or dispute resolution and also to serve as a resource to provide legal advice and representation to assist College departments in achieving their goals.

The General Counsel serves, ex officio, as the Secretary of the College. For more information, see Board of Trustees.

OGC cannot provide legal advice or services to students on academic or personal matters nor to employees on personal legal issues or matters that are outside the scope of their employment. OGC handles only College-related matters.

If you wish to speak to an attorney about personal matters, please go to Referrals for Personal Legal Matters.

Disclaimer: The materials on this site and related links are for informational purposes only and should not be interpreted as legal advice.