To consideration of a trained support person which entails any advisor of their choosing to accompany him/her through the College and/or criminal court proceedings.
To a safe environment which may include a change of College residence until proceedings have been completed.
Complainants and Respondents have the right:
To be present or absent during the College conduct proceedings.
To consideration of a trained support person to accompany him/her through the College adjudication process, which would include any advisor of the complainant’s or respondent’s choosing.
To be notified of the outcome of the College adjudicative process and/or criminal court proceedings.
To be free from intimidation, harassment, and retaliation.
To request assistance of a Campus Peer Advocate for conduct proceedings or personal needs. The Peer Advocates provide support and guidance for any campus member who is dealing with a personal issue of sexual misconduct.
Complainants Have the Additional Right:
To protection from any reference to past sexual history in the College proceedings.
To maintain control of the extent to which he/she wants to pursue College proceedings.
To receive a list of available supportive measures in writing.
Services Offered for Complainant and Respondent
Access to counseling services and assistance in setting up an initial appointment, on and off campus; including but not limited to the Wellness Center or Victim Services Center for the Complainant
Imposition of an on-campus “no-contact directive”;
Rescheduling of exams and assignments;
Providing alternative course completion options;
Lauren Stroud, M.Ed
Executive Director of Compliance and Community Standards/Title IX Coordinator 610-409-3590 email@example.com