How many allegations of sexual misconduct were reported to the Title IX Coordinator last year? What happened with those cases?

Academic Year 2016-2017

In academic year 2016-2017, there were 2 student to faculty/staff sexual misconduct allegations reported. Of those, the College investigated and took institutional action on both of them.

In academic year 2016-2017, there was 1 staff/faculty to faculty/staff sexual misconduct allegations reported, and institutional action was taken.

In academic year 2016-2017, there were 2 student to non-Centre affiliated individual sexual misconduct allegations that were reported to the Title IX Coordinator, and survivor support was offered. These incidents were non-Centre related (ie. Off campus and not during a Centre-related activity) and outside the local area.

In academic year 2016-2017, there were 16 allegations of student to student sexual misconduct reported to the Title IX Coordinator. Of those, the College investigated all 16 and offered support services.

  • 7 of those 16 investigations conducted led to some form of institutional action (remedial, educational, or disciplinary action). 
  • 7 of the 16 investigations could not be pursued because there was an unknown respondent or the claimant did not want to participate in the process.
  • 2 of the 16 were determined to be unfounded or not a matter falling under Title IX.

Academic Year 2017-2018

In academic year 2017-2018, there were 3 student to faculty/staff sexual misconduct allegations reported. Of those, the College investigated and took institutional action on all of them.

In academic year 2017-2018, there was 1 staff/faculty to faculty/staff sexual misconduct allegations reported, and institutional action was taken.

In academic year 2017-2018, there were 22 allegations of student to student sexual misconduct reported to the Title IX Coordinator. Of those, the College investigated all 22 and offered support services.

  • 10 of those 22 investigations conducted led to some form of institutional action (remedial, educational, or disciplinary action). 
  • 9 of the 22 investigations could not be pursued because there was an unknown respondent or the claimant did not want to participate in the process.
  • 1 of the 22 was determined to be unfounded or not a matter falling under Title IX.
  • 2 of the 22 were situations non-Centre related, but survivor support was offered.

Academic Year 2018-2019

In academic year 2018-2019, there were 2 student to employee sexual misconduct allegations reported. Of those, the College investigated and took institutional action on both of them.

In academic year 2018-2019, there were 0 employee to employee sexual misconduct allegations reported.

In academic year 2018-2019, there were 29 allegations of student to student sexual misconduct reported to the Title IX Coordinator. Of those, the College investigated all 29 and offered support services.

  • 6 of those 29 investigations conducted led to some form of institutional action (remedial, educational, or disciplinary action). 
  • 15 of the 29 investigations could not be pursued because there was an unknown respondent or the claimant did not want to participate in the process.
  • 2 of the 29 were determined to be unfounded or not a matter falling under the Sexual Misconduct Policy.
  • 6 of the 29 investigations were situations non-Centre related, but survivor support was offered.

Academic Year 2019-2020

In academic year 2019-2020, there were 0 student-to-employee sexual misconduct allegations reported. Of those, the College investigated and took institutional action on each of them.

In academic year 2019-2020, there was 0 employee-to-employee sexual misconduct allegation reported.

In academic year 2019-2020, there were 26 allegations of student-to-student sexual misconduct reported. Of those, the College attempted to reach out and investigate all 26.

  • 8 of those 26 investigations conducted led to some form of institutional action (remedial, educational, or disciplinary action). 
  • 17 of the 26 investigations could not be pursued because there was an unknown respondent, the reporting party did not want to participate in the investigation at the time or reported anonymously.
  • 0 of the investigations were determined to be unfounded or not a matter falling under the Sexual Misconduct Policy.
  • 1 of the investigations were situations non-Centre related, but survivor support was offered.

Academic Year 2020-2021

In academic year 2020-2021, there was 1 student-to-employee sexual misconduct allegations reported. The College investigated and took institutional action.

In academic year 2020-2021, there was 0 employee-to-employee sexual misconduct allegations reported.

In academic year 2020-2021, there were 18 allegations of student-to-student sexual misconduct reported. Of those, the College attempted to reach out and investigate all 18.

  • 4 of those 18 investigations conducted led to some form of institutional action (remedial, educational, or disciplinary action). 
  • 10 of the 18 investigations could not be pursued because there was an unknown respondent, the reporting party did not want to participate in the investigation at the time or reported anonymously.
  • 4 of the 18 investigations were determined to be unfounded or not a matter falling under the Sexual Misconduct Policy.
  • 0 of the 18 investigations were situations non-Centre related, but survivor support was offered.

Academic Year 2021-2022

For academic year 2021-2022, there were 4 student-to-employee sexual misconduct allegations reported.  The College investigated and took some form of institutional action, including some where the facts were determined not to involve instances of sexual misconduct.

For academic year 2021-2022, there was 0 employee-to-employee sexual misconduct allegations reported. 

For academic year 2021-2022, there were 29 allegations of student-to-student sexual misconduct reported.  Of those, the College attempted to reach out and investigate all 29.   

  • 16 of the investigations conducted led to some form of institutional action (remedial, educational, referred to student conduct or disciplinary action)
  • 10 of the investigations could not be pursued because there was an unknown respondent, the reporting party did not want to participate in the investigation at the time or reported anonymously. 
  • 3 of the investigations were determined to be unfounded or not a matter falling under the Sexual Misconduct Policy.
  • 0 of the investigations were situations non-Centre related, but survivor support was offered.