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Sexual and interpersonal violence prevention, policies and procedures 

The college prohibits sex discrimination, sexual assault, sexual harassment, stalking, domestic violence, dating violence or any form of interpersonal violence and encourages reporting these instances so that the college can investigate. 

The reason for this is that sexual and interpersonal violence is particularly harmful to the reporting person and creates a hostile learning environment. Therefore, the college encourages reporting incidents of sex discrimination, including sexual and interpersonal violence so that the college can respond and maintain a safe learning environment through both prevention education and vigorous pursuit of a resolution to such a report.


The Sexual and Interpersonal Violence Response Policy (PDF), contains:

  • Sexual and interpersonal violence response policy
  • Options for confidentially disclosing sexual violence
  • Policy for alcohol and/or drug use amnesty in sexual and interpersonal violence cases
  • Policy/instructions on how parties can review the case file/evidence 
  • Policy for review of interim measures/accommodations 
  • Policy for review of an interim suspension
  • Policy for the review of no contact order
  • Policy for transcript notations
  • Student onboarding and ongoing education guide 
  • Campus climate assessment policy


The Title IX Grievance Policy (PDF) contains:

  • General Rules of Application
  • Definitions
  • Making a Report Regarding Covered Sexual Harassment to the Institution
  • Non-Investigatory Measures Available Under the Title IX Grievance Policy
  • The Title IX Grievance Process
  • Determining Jurisdiction
  • Notice of Allegations
  • Advisor of Choice and Participation of Advisor of Choice
  • Investigation
  • Hearing
  • Appeals
  • Retaliation

In addition, our non-discrimination policy reinforces our priority of maintaining a diverse student body, faculty and staff, on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, creed, age, disability, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, familial status, pregnancy, predisposing genetic characteristics, military status, domestic violence victim status, or criminal conviction.