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Title IX and Policy Against Sexual Misconduct

Reporting an Incident of Sexual Misconduct, and Resources for Victims/Survivors

Rasmussen College policy strongly condemns and expressly prohibits sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, sexual harassment and stalking. The full Title IX and Policy Against Sexual Misconduct can be found in the College Catalog/Addendum.


Reporting an Incident to the College

Anyone—whether a student, employee, bystander, witness or other third-party—may report an incident of sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, sexual harassment or stalking. A report may be made through the Online Reporting System, to college ities, external resources or to law enforcement. Contact information for all of these options is provided below. Also, please scroll down to review important considerations in the Victim’s/Survivor’s Rights and Options section of this page.

Confidentiality

Reports made through the Online Reporting System or to college personnel will be kept confidential within the scope of the investigation and to the extent allowed under law, but confidentiality cannot be guaranteed in every circumstance.

Online Reporting System

Resources

  • College ities

    College ities

    The following individuals are primarily responsible for receiving reports under college policy. To reach college ities send an email to titleix@rasmussen.suncarat.cn

    • Title IX Coordinator: Joshua Collier
    • Deputy Title IX Coordinator: Noel Borg
    • General Counsel: Lori Kruizenga
    • Associate Counsel: Nathaniel Orpen, Aleksandar Dordevic

    Any college employee (other than work-study students) may receive a complaint and will escalate it to the appropriate College ity.

  • Local Law Enforcement

    Local Law Enforcement

    FLORIDA

    1. Fort Myers:
      • Lee County Sheriff’s Office
        14750 Six Mile Cypress Pkwy.
        Fort Myers, FL 33912
        Contact: Sergeant Scott Thompson
        Phone: (239) 477-1000
        http://www.sheriffleefl.org/

    2. Land O’ Lakes/East Pasco:
      • Pasco County Sheriff's Office
        8700 Citizens Drive
        New Port Richey, FL 34654
        Contact Person: Jeff Gray
        Phone number 727-815-7023
        General Phone: (727) 847-5878
        https://pascosheriff.com/

    3. New Port Richey/West Pasco:
      • Pasco County Sheriff's Office
        8700 Citizens Drive
        New Port Richey, FL 34654
        Contact Person: Jeff Gray
        Phone number 727-815-7023
        General Phone: (727) 847-5878
        https://pascosheriff.com/

    4. Ocala:
      • Ocala Police Department
        402 South Pine Avenue
        Ocala, FL 34471
        Phone number: 352- 369-7139
        http://www.ocalapd.com/

    5. Tampa/Brandon:
      • Tampa Police Department
        411 N. Franklin Street
        Tampa, FL 33602
        Phone Number (sex crimes): (813) 276-3544
        Phone Number (general, non-emergency): (813) 231-6130
        https://www.tampagov.net/police

    ILLINOIS

    1. Centro de Aprendizaje:
      • Chicago Police Department
        8th District - Chicago Lawn
        3420 West 63rd St.
        Chicago, IL 60629
        Phone number: 312-747-8730
        http://电子货币交易软件home.chicagopolice.org/community/districts/8th-district-chicago-lawn/

    2. Aurora/Naperville:
      • Aurora Police Department
        1200 E. Indian Trail
        Aurora, IL 60505
        630-256-5000
        https://www.aurora-il.org/APD

    3. Mokena/Tinley Park:
      • Mokena Police Department
        10907 Front Street
        Mokena, IL 60448
        708-479-3911
        http://www.mokena.org/pview.aspx?id=20692&catid=549

    4. Rockford:
      • Rockford Police Department
        420 West State Street
        Non-Emergency Phone: 815 966-2900
        https://rockfordil.gov/city-departments/police/

    5. Romeoville/Joliet:
      • Romeoville Police Department
        1050 W. Romeo Rd
        Romeoville, IL 60446
        815-886-7219
        http://www.romeoville.org/262/Police

    KANSAS

    1. Overland Park:
      • Overland Park Police
        12400 Foster St
        Overland Park, KS 66210
        913-895-6300
        http://www.opkansas.org/city-government/police-department/police-divisions/

    2. Topeka:
      • Topeka Police Dept.
        320 S Kansas, Suite 100
        Topeka, KS 66603
        James Brown
        785-368-9551
        https://www.topeka.org/TPD/

    MINNESOTA

    1. Blaine:
      • Anoka County Sheriff’s Department
        13301 Hanson Blvd NW
        Andover MN 55304
        Criminal Investigation Division – Detective Jeff Schoeberl
        763-323-5044
        http://Anokacounty.us/432/sheriffs-office

    2. Bloomington:
      • Bloomington Police Department
        1800 W Old Shakopee Rd,
        Minneapolis, MN 55431
        (952) 563-4900
        https://www.bloomingtonmn.gov/police-links/bloomington-police-department-bloomington-minnesota

    3. Brooklyn Park/Maple Grove:
      • Brooklyn Park Police Department
        5400 85th Avenue N, Brooklyn Park, MN 55443
        Inspector Shane DuPaul
        763-493-8222
        https://www.brooklynpark.org/city-government/police/

    4. Eagan:
      • Eagan Police Department
        3830 Pilot Knob Road
        Eagan, MN 55122
        651-675-5700
        https://www.cityofeagan.com/police

    5. Lake Elmo/Woodbury:
      • Washington County Sheriff’s Department
        15015 62nd St N, PO Box 3801
        Stillwater, MN  55082
        Contact Person:  John Stoffel, Deputy Sheriff
        651-430-7670
        https://www.co.washington.mn.us/468/Sheriffs-Office

    6. Mankato:
      • Mankato Department of Public Safety
        710 South Front Street
        Mankato MN 56001
        507.387.8700
        https://www.mankatomn.gov/government/service-areas/public-safety

    7. Moorhead:
      • Moorhead Policy Department
        Law Enforcement Center
        915 9th Ave N
        Moorhead, MN 56560
        Phone number 701-451-7660
        http://www.cityofmoorhead.com/departments/police

    8. St. Cloud:
      • St. Cloud Police Department
        101 11th Avenue North
        St. Cloud MN 56303
        Chief Blair Anderson
        320-345-4444
        http://www.ci.stcloud.mn.us/694/Police

    NORTH DAKOTA

    1. Fargo:
      • Fargo Police Department
        222 N. 4th St
        Fargo, ND 58102
        Phone number – 701-235-4493
        http://fargond.gov/city-government/departments/police

    WISCONSIN

    1. Green Bay:
      • The Green Bay Police Department
        307 South Adams St. Green Bay, WI 54301
        Emergency contact 9-1-1
        Non-emergency Green Bay Police dispatch number (920) 391-7450
        Green Bay Police Department Administrative number (920) 448-3200
        http://www.gbpolice.org

    2. Wausau:
      • Wausau Police Department
        515 Grand Ave
        Wausau WI 54403
        Contact Person Name (if available)
        715-261-7800
        http://www.ci.wausau.wi.us/Departments/Police.aspx
  • Medical Facilities (Forensic Exams)

    Medical Facilities (Forensic Exams)

    The following are Medical Facilities at which a medical forensic examination may be conducted for a Victim/Survivor of sexual assault. This medical forensic examination is free of charge to the Victim/Survivor. Victim/Survivors who receive a bill for a medical forensic examination should contact one of the College ities listed in the reporting information.

    FLORIDA

    1. Fort Myers:
      • Abuse Counseling and Treatment Center (ACT): Sexual Assault Services Center
        201 4th Street
        Fort Myers, FL 33907
        Phone (Lee County): (239) 939-3112 (24 hour hotline)
        http://www.actabuse.com/services/rape-crisis-shelter/

    2. Land O’ Lakes/East Pasco:
      • Crisis Center of Tampa Bay
        1 Crisis Center Plaza, Tampa, FL 33613
        (813) 964-1964
        https://www.crisiscenter.com/

    3. New Port Richey/West Pasco:
      • Crisis Center of Tampa Bay
        1 Crisis Center Plaza, Tampa, FL 33613
        (813) 964-1964
        https://www.crisiscenter.com/

    4. Ocala:
      • Munroe Regional Medical Center
        1500 SW 1st Ave
        Ocala, FL 34471
        (352) 351-7200
        http://www.munroeregional.com/

    5. Tampa/Brandon:
      • Crisis Center of Tampa Bay
        1 Crisis Center Plaza, Tampa, FL 33613
        (813) 964-1964
        https://www.crisiscenter.com/

    ILLINOIS

    1. El Centro de Aprendizaje:
      • Holy Cross Hospital
        2701 West 68th Street
        Chicago, Illinois 60629
        (773) 884-9000
        http://www.sinai.org/content/holy-cross-hospital-0

      • Advocate Christ Medical Center
        4440 W. 95th
        Oak Lawn, IL 60453
        (708) 684-8000
        http://www.advocatehealth.com/cmc

    2. Aurora/Naperville:
      • Presence Mercy Medical Center
        1325 N. Highland Ave, Aurora IL 60506
        (630) 859-2222
        http://www.presencehealth.org/presence-mercy-medical-center-aurora

      • Rush Copley Medical Center
        2000 Ogden Ave, Aurora IL 60504
        (630) 978-6200
        http://www.rushcopley.com/

    3. Mokena/Tinley Park:
      • Silver Cross Hospital
        1900 Silver Cross Blvd, New Lenox, IL 60451
        (815) 300-1100
        http://www.silvercross.org/

      • Advocate South Suburban Hospital
        17800 Kedzie Ave, Hazel Crest, IL 60429
        (708) 799-8000
        https://www.advocatehealth.com/ssub/patients-visitors/

    4. Rockford:
      • OSF Saint Francis Medical Center
        5666 E State St Rockford IL 61108
        (815) 226-2000
        https://www.osfhealthcare.org/saint-francis/

      • Mercyhealth Hospital
        2400 N. Rockton Ave Rockford IL 61103
        (815) 971-5000
        https://mercyhealthsystem.org/location/rockford-memorial-hospital/

      • Swedish American Hospital
        1401 East State Street Rockford IL 61104
        (779) 696-2430
        https://www.swedishamerican.org/locations/emergency-department-rockford

    5. Romeoville/Joliet:
      • Sexual Assault Service Center - Guardian Angel Community Services
        168 N. Ottawa
        Joliet, Illinois 60432
        Contact: Donna Plier
        Phone: (815) 729-0930 x1330
        Hotline: (815) 730-8984
        Fax: (815) 744-6087
        TTY: (815) 744-6369
        http://www.gacsprograms.org

    KANSAS

    1. Topeka:
      • Stormont Vail SANE/SART (Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner/Sexual Assault Response Team)
        https://www.stormontvail.org/services/sane-sart

    2. Overland Park:
      • Overland Park Regional Hospital
        10500 Quivira Rd
        Overland Park, KS 66215
        (913) 541-5562
        http://oprmc.com/

    MINNESOTA

    1. Blaine:
      • Mercy Hospital – SANE program
        4050 Coon Rapids Blvd NW
        Coon Rapids MN 55433
        (763) 236-6000
        http://www.allinahealth.org/mercy-hospital

      • Unity Hospital – SANE program
        550 Osborne Rd NE
        Fridley, MN 55432
        (763) 236-5000
        http://www.allinahealth.org/unity-hospital

    2. Bloomington:
      • Hennepin Medical Center
        701 Park Ave, Minneapolis MN 55415
        (612) 873-3000
        http://www.hcmc.org/

    3. Brooklyn Park/Maple Grove
      • Abbott Northwestern Hospital
        800 E 28th St, Minneapolis, MN 55407
        (612) 863-4233
        http://www.allinahealth.org/Abbott-Northwestern-Hospital/

      • Fairview Southdale Hospital
        6401 France Ave S, Edina, MN 55435
        (952) 924-5138
        http://www.fairview.org/Hospitals/Southdale/index.htm

      • Hennepin County Medical Center
        701 Park Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55415
        (612) 873-3132
        http://www.hcmc.org/

      • Maple Grove Hospital
        9875 Hospital Dr, Maple Grove, MN 55369
        763-581-1200
        http://www.maplegrovehospital.org/

    4. Eagan:
      • Fairview Clinic
        3305 Central Park Village Dr.
        Eagan, MN 55121
        (651) 406-8870
        https://www.fairview.org/locations/fairview-clinics-eagan

    5. Lake Elmo/Woodbury:
      • Abuse Response Services—Canvas Health
        375 East Orleans
        Stillwater, MN 55082
        (651) 777-1117
        http://www.canvashealth.org

    6. Mankato:
      • Mayo Clinic Health System
        1025 Marsh Street
        Mankato MN 56001
        (507) 385-4745
        http://mayoclinichealthsystem.org/locations/mankato/medical-services/emergency-medicine/sexual-assault-resource-team

    7. Moorhead:
      • YWCA Emergency Shelter
        3000 S. University Drive
        Fargo, ND 58103
        (701) 232-3449
        https://www.ywcacassclay.org

    8. St. Cloud:
      • Central MN Sexual Assault Center
        15 Riverside Drive NE
        St. Cloud MN 56304
        (320) 251-4537
        http://www.cmsac.org

    NORTH DAKOTA

    1. Fargo:
      • YWCA Emergency Shelter
        3000 S. University Drive
        Fargo, ND 58103
        (701) 232-3449
        https://www.ywcacassclay.org

    WISCONSIN

    1. Green Bay:
      • HSHS St. Vincent Hospital
        835 South Van Buren Street
        Green Bay, WI 54301
        (920) 433-0111
        https://www.stvincenthospital.org/Medical-Services/Emergency-Services/SANE.aspx

    2. Wausau:
      • Wausau Aspirus Hospital
        333 Pine Ridge Blvd
        Wausau WI 54401
        (715) 847-2160
        https://www.aspirus.org/aspiruswausauhospital/our-locations/aspirus-wausau-hospital-518
  • Victim's/Survivor's Support and Advocacy Resources

    Victim's/Survivor's Support and Advocacy Resources

    National and Community-Based Resources for Victim/Survivors

    1. NATIONAL:
      • National Sexual Assault/RAINN Hotline
        https://www.rainn.org/
        Phone: 1-800-656-HOPE (4673). Call 24/7 to be connected with a trained staff member from a sexual assault service provider in your area. RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network) partners with more than 1,000 local sexual assault service providers across the country. Or, chat online at online.rainn.org, y rainn.org/es

      • ACT (Abuse Counseling & Treatment, Inc.)
        24 hour Hotline: 239-939-3112
        Emergency Shelter: 239-939-3112
        Email:  act@actabuse.com
        http://www.actabuse.com/

    2. FLORIDA:
      • Florida Commission on Human Relations
        2009 Apalachee Parkway, Suite 100
        Tallahassee, FL 32301
        Phone: 850-488-7082
        Toll-Free: 1-800-342-8170
        Fax: 850-488-5291
        http://fchr.state.fl.us/
        Email: fchrinfo@fchr.myflorida.com
        For Those with Communication Impairments:
        The Florida Relay Service Voice (statewide)
        711 TDD ASCII 800-955-1339
        TDD Baudot 800-955 – 8771

      • ACT (Abuse Counseling & Treatment, Inc.)
        24 hour Hotline: 239-939-3112
        Emergency Shelter: 239-939-3112
        Email:  act@actabuse.com
        http://www.actabuse.com/

      • The Ocala Domestic Violence / Sexual Assault Center Creative Services, Inc.
        P.O. Box 2193
        Ocala, Fl 34478
        Hotline: 352-622-8495
        Phone: 352-622-5919
        http://ocaladvshelter.org

      • The Centers
        5664 SW 60th Avenue
        Ocala, FL 34474
        24-HOUR CRISIS LINE: (352) 629-9595

      • Florida Coalition Against Domestic Violence
        1-800-500-1119

      • Florida Council Against Sexual Violence
        1-888-956-RAP

      • Florida Department of Children and Families
        The Florida Abuse Hotline:
        1-800-962-2873
        Suicide Prevention / Mental Health
        1-800-273-8255
        http://www.myflfamilies.com/

    3. ILLINOIS:

      Confidential Advisors
      Rasmussen College provides Confidential Advisors to assist and support Victim/Survivors with navigating reporting choices and possible outcomes, available medical and counseling services, and related resources. A Confidential Advisor can also provide information about Victim’s/Survivor’s rights, including interim protective measures.

      • Guardian Angel Community Services
        168 N. Ottawa St.
        Joliet, IL 60432
        Sexual Assault Hotline: (815) 730-8984 (24 hours)
        Domestic Violence Hotline: (800) 729-1228 (24 hours)
        General Phone: (815) 729-0930
        www.gacsprograms.org/

      • Mutual Ground
        418 Oak Ave.
        Aurora, IL 60506
        Sexual Assault Hotline: 630-897-8383 (24 hours)
        Domestic Violence Hotline: 630-897-0080 (24 hours)
        Office: 630-897-0084
        http://www.mutualground.org/?page_id=143

      • Rockford Sexual Assault Counseling, Inc.
        4990 E. State Street
        Rockford, Illinois 61108
        24 Hours: (815) 636-9811
        http://www.rockfordsexualassaultcounseling.org/

      Additional Illinois Community-Based Resources

      • Illinois Department of Human Rights
        James R. Thompson Center
        100 West Randolph Street, Suite 10-100
        Chicago, IL 60601
        312-814-6200
        217-785-5125 (TTY)
        https://www2.illinois.gov/DHR/pages/default.aspx

      • Care Clinics, Inc
        522 North Lake St.
        Aurora IL 60506
        630-896-4650
        https://www.careclinicsinc.com

      • Oasis Mental Health
        1900 E. Ogden Ave suite 106
        Aurora IL 60504
        630-256-8007
        https://www.oasis-mental-health.com

      • Lifeline Behavioral Healthcare LTD
        18700 S. Wolf Road suite 220, Mokena, IL 60448
        708-928-5700
        http://www.lifelinebehavioralhealthcare.com

      • Prairie Medical Physicians Group
        18210 La Grange Rd, Tinley Park, IL 60487
        708-478-2021

    4. KANSAS:
      • Kansas Coalition Against Sexual and Domestic Violence Crisis Hotline:
        1-888-363-2287
        http://www.kcsdv.org/ksresources.html

      • Kansas City Metropolitan Organization to Counter Sexual Assault 24 Hour Crisis Line:
        816-531-0233, 913-642-0233
        http://www.mocsa.org

    5. MINNESOTA:
      • RapeHelpMN.org
        http://rapehelpmn.org

      • Minnesota Coalition against Sexual Assault
        651-209-9993
        https://www.mncasa.org

      • Minnesota Department of Human Rights
        190 East 5th Street, Suite 700
        St. Paul, MN 55101
        1-800-657-3704 • 651-296-5663
        TTY 651-296-1283
        https://mn.gov/mdhr/

      • Office of Justice Programs Minnesota Department of Public Safety
        651-201-7310
        800-247-0390
        https://dps.mn.gov/divisions/ojp/Pages/default.aspx

      • Alexandra House
        10065 3rd St NE
        Blaine MN 55434
        763-780-2332
        https://www.alexandrahouse.org

      • Lee Carlson Center
        7954 University Ave
        Fridley MN 55432
        763-780-3036
        http://www.leecarlsoncenter.org

    6. NORTH DAKOTA:
      • North Dakota Department of Labor and Human Rights
        Human Rights Division
        600 East Boulevard Ave., Dept 406
        Bismarck ND 58505-0340
        Phone: (701) 328-2660
        ND In-state toll-free: 1-800-582-8032
        TTY (Relay ND): 1-800-366-6888 or
        1-800-366-6889
        Fax: (701) 328-2031
        https://www.nd.gov/labor/human-rights

      • North Dakota Council on Abused Women’s Services (CAWS)
        525 N. 4th St. Bismarck, ND 58501
        701-255-6240
        http://www.ndcaws.org

      • YWCA Emergency Shelter
        3000 S. University Drive
        Fargo, ND 58103
        701-232-3449
        Fax: 701-232-9408
        https://www.ywcacassclay.org

      • Prairie St. John’s
        510 4th Street S
        Fargo, ND 58103
        701-476-7200
        http://prairie-stjohns.com/

    7. WISCONSIN:
      • Sexual Assault Center of Family Services
        300 Crooks St.
        PO Box 22308
        Green Bay, WI 54305-2308
        Phone: (920) 436-8890
        24 Hour Crisis Phone: (920) 436-8899
        http://www.familyservicesnew.org/sac/

      • Wisconsin Coalition Against Sexual Assault
        2801 West Beltline Highway Suite 202
        Madison, WI 53713
        Phone: (608) 257-1516
        Fax: (608) 257-2150
        Email: wcasa@wcasa.org
        http://www.wcasa.org

      • WI Department of Justice Office of Crime Victim Services:
        Wisconsin Department of Justice P.O. Box 7857
        Madison, WI 53707-7857
        Phone: (608) 266-1221
        Wisconsin Victim Helpline: (800) 446-6564
        To report a crime directly to the Wisconsin Department of Justice:
        Call (608) 266-1671
        Fax: (608) 267-2779
        http://www.doj.state.wi.us/ocvs/office-crime-victim-services
        http://www.doj.state.wi.us/ocvs/find-local-crime-victim-resources

      • The Women’s Community (Wausau)
        3200 Hilltop Avenue, Wausau WI
        715-842-7323
        http://womenscommunity.org/

Victim’s/Survivor’s Rights and Options

  1. If sexual assault is alleged, the Victim/Survivor is strongly encouraged to preserve physical evidence of the sexual assault. No attempt should be made to bathe, change clothes or otherwise clean prior to examination by a medical practitioner to make determinations regarding sexual assault. The preservation of physical evidence is very important for any criminal or civil action that the Victim/Survivor may choose to pursue against the Respondent and will also be useful in a College complaint Investigation and resolution process. A medical forensic examination shall be completed at no cost to the Victim/Survivor and may be conducted at any medical facility. A list of medical facilities near each campus can be found below.
  2. Victims/Survivors are strongly encouraged to create a detailed written summary of the incident while the memory is still clear.
  3. The Victim/Survivor has a right to privacy, which includes the decision whether to report or not report an alleged incident to the College, law enforcement, both or neither. At the request of the Victim/Survivor, College employees will promptly assist the Victim/Survivor in making a report.
  4. College personnel must treat a Victim/Survivor with dignity and shall not suggest to a Victim/Survivor that the Victim/Survivor is at fault for the crimes or violations that occurred or that the Victim/Survivor should have acted in a different manner to avoid such a crime.
  5. A Victim/Survivor may contact or request assistance from College personnel with accessing and navigating, fair and respectful healthcare, mental health, counseling and advocacy services that are available in the Victim’s/Survivor’s area. A list of services can be found below.
  6. Confidentiality and privacy will be maintained within the scope of the Inquiry, Investigation and resolution processes and among College personnel involved therein, to the extent allowed under law, but cannot be guaranteed in every circumstance.
    1. Confidentiality and privacy are best protected when complaints are made through the Online Reporting System, to the Title IX Coordinator or to the Vice President of Human Capital. Complaints reported to other College employees other than work study students will be escalated, but confidentiality and privacy may be lessened due to the circumstances of the reporting.
    2. The College shall not disclose the identity of the Victim/Survivor or the Respondent, except as necessary to resolve the complaint or to implement interim protective measures and accommodations or when provided by State or federal law.
    3. A party to the complaint may share information with their advocate or other support person who is not a fact witness.
    4. The accused party has due process rights, which include the right to be informed of the allegations and their source.
    5. In some circumstances, the College may need to warn the campus community or alert law enforcement of a continued threat of harm to others.
  7. The College will conduct an Inquiry into all complaints received. This Inquiry may or may not lead to an Investigation and a report with findings and recommendations. An Inquiry involves contacting the Complainant and Victim/Survivor if they are not the same person, to collect further information about the complaint. It may be possible to resolve some complaints informally between the parties by mutual agreement. Based upon the Inquiry, the College may determine that a formal Investigation is appropriate. An Investigation is led by the Title IX Coordinator, Vice President of Human Capital or corporate counsel and includes fact gathering and analysis, concluding with a written report detailing findings and recommendations based upon the preponderance of the evidence standard.
  8. The Victim/Survivor of an alleged sexual assault may decide when to repeat a description of the alleged sexual assault incident.
  9. Notice shall be provided to the Victim/Survivor of the outcome of any Inquiry or Investigation concerning a complaint, consistent with laws relating to data practices.
  10. At the direction of law enforcement ities, college ities shall assist in obtaining, securing and maintaining evidence in connection with a sexual assault incident.
  11. College ities shall assist the Victim/Survivor in preserving, in instances of alleged sexual assault, materials relevant to the Inquiry, Investigation or any disciplinary proceeding.
  12. Interim protective measures (shielding):
    1. A Victim/Survivor or Respondent may request to the Title IX Coordinator, Vice President of Human Capital, corporate counsel or other College employee that the College take interim protective measures as are reasonably available to shield or otherwise mitigate the potential for future unwanted interactions between the Victim/Survivor and Respondent during and after the complaint Inquiry, Investigation and resolution processes.
    2. The College shall act promptly to institute interim protective measures, which may include:
      1. changes to classroom, academic and college working situations, as they are available and feasible;
      2. obtaining and enforcing campus no contact orders; and
      3. cooperating with law enforcement ities and honoring an order of protection or no contact order entered by a State civil or criminal court.
  13. Retaliation is forbidden against Victims/Survivors, good-faith reporters and certain other persons as outlined in Section G of these policies in the catalog.
  14. The Complainant, Victim/Survivor and Respondent may have an advisor or support person of their choice who is not a fact witness accompany them to any meeting or proceeding related to an alleged violation of this policy.
    1. The advisor or support person must comply with all rules and College policies regarding their role.
    2. Involvement of an advisor or support person shall not be permitted if it results in undue delay of the meeting or proceeding.
    3. The advisor or support person may not participate or contribute to a meeting or proceeding unless invited to participate or contribute by the College employee leading the meeting or proceeding.
    4. The advisor or support person may not engage in behavior or advocacy that harasses, abuses or intimidates either party, a witness or an individual resolving the complaint.
    5. The College may prohibit an advisor or support person from involvement for violations of this policy.
  15. The Victim/Survivor, Complainant and the Respondent are entitled to simultaneous, written notification of the outcome of the Investigation, including information regarding appeal rights, within 7 days of a decision or sooner if required by State or federal law.
  16. A Victim/Survivor who subsequently chooses to transfer to another postsecondary institution may request that the College provide them with information about resources for Victims/Survivors of sexual assault at the institution to which the Victim/Survivor is transferring.
  17. Consistent with laws governing access to student records, a student who reported an incident of sexual assault will be provided access to the student's description of the incident as it was reported to the institution, including if that student transfers to another postsecondary institution.
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