To consideration of a trained support person which entails any advisor of their choosing to accompany them 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 them 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 they want 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