- The Calvin College Faculty handbook, Chapter 3.6, states the college's policy on academic freedom: Faculty Responsibilities, Expectations, and Academic Freedom.
- Confessional Commitment and Academic Freedom at Calvin College (HCL 1)
- Procedures for Strengthening Confessional Commitment and Academic Freedom (HCL 2)
Events on campus pertaining to the issue of Academic Freedom:
"Thoughts on Academic Freedom:" Anthony Diekema, George Marsden, Nicholas Wolterstorff
Published works on academic freedomLiviu Andreescu, lecturer, English Department, Spiru Haret University, Bucharest, Romania
Anthony J. Diekema, former President, Calvin College
Academic Freedom and Religious-affiliated Universities, Journal for the Study of Religions and Ideologies, Spring 2008.
Lee Hardy, Professor of Philosophy, Calvin College
Academic Freedom and Christian Scholarship, Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co. (2000). Hekman Library has 5 copies at LC72.2 .D54 2000.
David A. Hoekema, Professor of Philosophy, former academic dean, Calvin College
George N. Monsma, Jr., Professor of Economics Emeritus, Calvin College
Academic Freedom at a Pervasively Protestant Place - Paper given at Academic Freedom at Religiously Affiliated Institutions Conference sponsored by the Association of American University Professors Midland Hotel, Chicago, Illinois, October 24-26, 1997 by David A. Hoekema.
Nicholas Wolterstorff, Noah Porter Professor of Philosophical Theology Emeritus, Yale University
Faith and Faculty Autonomy at Calvin College - The faculty role in governing Calvin has helped maintain the trust necessary to protect academic freedom and advance the college’s mission. Academe, January-February 2001, Volume 87, Number 1, p. 43-47.
"Ivory Tower or Holy Mountain? Faith and Academic Freedom - Academe, January-February 2001, Volume 87, Number 1, p. 17-22.