- Sexual Respect and Title IXSexual Respect and Title IX
- Title IX Explained
- What to Do if You Experience Sexual Misconduct
- Whom Can I Call?
- Things to Consider
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Sexual Respect Resources
- Sexual Respect and Title IX Events
- Sexual Misconduct and Harassment Policy
- Checklist of Action Taken
- Statements to the Community
- Suggestions and Stories
Checklist of Action Taken
Appointed full-time directors to the Multicultural Resource Center, The Queer Resource Center and the Women and Gender Center.
Conducted a national search and hired a full-time Sexual Respect Educator.
Conducted a national search and hired a full-time Title IX Coordinator.
Trained all Resident Counselors on sexual respect, Title IX and the Clery Act during their August training.
Trained over 25% of the student body in Bystander Intervention, with a plan to offer training to the remaining student body.
Provided all new students with information about the College's definition of consent, reporting options and the Sexual Misconduct Policy at New Student Orientation.
Provided Bystander Intervention workshops in the fall semester to Faculty and Staff, with more planned for subsequent semesters.
As part of October's Domestic Violence Awareness Month, the College hosted a display of the Clothesline Project and held a Healing Vigil.
Held Bystander Intervention trainings for all first-year students in the months of October and November.
Presented a follow-up training to all Resident Counselors on Title IX and their role as mandatory reporters.
Offered recommendations to the Committee on Educational Policy regarding triggering language in academic courses.