All Students Have the Right:
- To report the Sexual Misconduct to the Title IX Coordinator, Dean of Students’ Office, Campus Safety, the Crisis Response Team or law enforcement.
- To be afforded all rights as defined under this Policy and the Student Handbook.
- To consideration of academic needs (make-up privileges, etc.) which may result.
- To have access to the College Wellness Center and Campus Safety.
- To consideration of a trained support person 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 judicial proceedings.
- To consideration of a trained support person to accompany them through the College adjudication process.
- To be notified of the outcome of the College adjudicative process and/or criminal court proceedings.
- To request confidentiality, which will be provided to the extent possible.
- To be free from intimidation, harassment, and retaliation.
- To receive a written statement of their rights as defined under this Policy and the Student Handbook or Faculty and Staff Handbook, as applicable.
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 College services in writing.