Title IX

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Reporting Sexual Assault, IPV, or Stalking

If you are a victim of discrimination based on sex including sexual assault, intimate partner violence (IPV), or stalking and you are interested in reporting, learn about the options available to you.
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Reporting Individual Resources

If you have reported, or are thinking of reporting an act of sexual assault, intimate partner violence, or stalking learn more about the resources available.
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Resources for Responding Parties

If you have been accused of sexual assault or misconduct, learn about the resources available to help throughout the process.

What is Title IX

Title IX is a federal civil rights law that protects people in education programs from discrimination based on sex.

FAQ for Reporting Individuals

If you are reporting an act of sexual assault and/or misconduct, our reporting individual FAQ can help you understand the basics of Title IX, the resources available to you, and other common questions or concerns related to the process.

FAQ for Responding Parties

If you have been accused of sexual assault or sexual misconduct, our responding individuals FAQ can help you understand the process of both a criminal and student conduct allegation, available resources, and other common questions.

Title IX Coordinators

It is the responsibility of Title IX coordinators to remain an unbiased resource for both parties throughout a gender-based and/or sexual misconduct incident reported to the College.

Statement on Non-Discrimination

“The College is committed to fostering a diverse community of outstanding faculty, staff, and students, as well as ensuring equal educational opportunity, employment, and access to services, programs, and activities, without regard to an individual's race, color, national origin, religion, creed, age, disability, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, familial status, pregnancy, predisposing genetic characteristics, military status, domestic violence victim status, or criminal conviction. Employees, students, applicants or other members of the college community (including but not limited to vendors, visitors, and guests) may not be subjected to harassment that is prohibited by law, or treated adversely or retaliated against based upon a protected characteristic.”

Last Updated 12/5/19

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