Upon notification of a claim, you have the right:
- To be treated with respect by college officials at all times during the Title IX investigation
- To a timely written notification of the alleged violations including the nature of the violation and possible sanctions
- To obtain contact information for campus and local advocacy, counseling, health, mental health and legal assistance services
- Interim Measures: Upon receiving the initial complaint, the College will determine which measures are appropriate to either or both the reporting and responding parties involved on a case-by-case basis.
- To confidentiality, to the extent possible by law.
- To a prompt and equitable response
- The opportunity to request prompt proceedings conducted by officials trained on sexual assault and other intimate partner violence issues
- To be accompanied to any related meeting or proceeding by an advisor of their choice (Note: Advisors will serve in a support role only and may not advocate for either party.)
- The right to respond to and/or challenge evidence presented and provide supporting evidence and/or witnesses.
To be protected from acts of retaliation and the college will: -take steps to prevent retaliation -take strong responsive action if retaliation occurs.
- To be informed in writing of the outcome and sanction(s) of the investigation within (60) calendar days from the date the initial compliant was received.
-Findings as to whether the alleged conduct occurred
-If applicable, sanction(s) imposed
-Steps the College is taking to remedy the College environment
- To initiate an appeal, the student must appeal in writing within three school days after receipt of the Committee’s decision.