From the Title IX Coordinator & Team, Responsible Employees, Student Health & Centre Counseling, and the Department of Public Safety

  1. We will treat you and your particular case with courtesy, sensitivity, dignity, understanding, and professionalism.
  2. We will consider our doors "open" to students to drop in as needed with concerns. We will welcome you.
  3. We will meet you privately, at a place of your choice in this area to take a complaint report.
  4. We will consider your case seriously, regardless of your gender or the gender of the suspect.
  5. We will not prejudge you and you will not be blamed for what occurred.
  6. We will assist you in arranging for any hospital treatment or other medical needs.
  7. We will assist you in contacting the police or filing a protective order.
  8. We will assist you in privately contacting a counselor and/or other available resources.
  9. We will assist you with measures that may make a difference in your ability to pursue your education. These may include changes in course schedule, residence hall, or work-study.
  10. We will fully investigate the incident. You will be kept up-to-date on the progress of the Title IX complaint at every stage.
  11. We will continue to be available for you, answer your questions, explain the systems and process involved, and be a willing listener.