Title IX Rights and Responsibilities
- You will be treated respectfully by college officials and representatives at all times regardless of who you are.
- You will not be discouraged from reporting an attack or violation.
- You will be informed of the outcome of any hearing or investigation involving sexual assault, without any conditions.
- You will be notified of your reporting options, including the right to not report if that is your choice, and the assistance of campus personnel in support of your choice.
- You will be notified regarding options of counseling and other services on campus or in the community.
- You will have the right to request a change in on-campus living conditions if the situation warrants and options are available.
- You have the right to have irrelevant prior history admitted in campus investigations.
- Both accuser and accused have the right to have others present as advisors during any campus hearing.
- You have the right to take your case to court rather than go through mediation.
- You may make a victim impact statement and to have that statement heard by the board.
- You may have a campus no-contact order against any student who engages in threatening or improper behavior against you as an accuser.
- You have the right to have your complaint heard and responded to quickly and confidentially by college officials.
- You have the right to appeal the results according to the standards for appeal found in the Student Handbook under Adjudication of Violations.
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