9 on Title IX
9 on Title IX
- Our campus has specific policies under Title IX to address sexual misconduct, sexual harassment, domestic violence, and gender discrimination.
- Students, faculty, and staff can make a report, acquire more information, or ask questions by reaching out to Title IX Coordinator Danielle Strauchler (she/her) at firstname.lastname@example.org or Tanhena Pacheco-Dunn (she/her) at email@example.com.
- The role of the Title IX Coordinator includes receiving reports, facilitating trainings, providing support to survivors, and more.
- Students can report Title IX incidents to following offices: Title IX Coordinator/HRDI, Psychological Counseling Center, Health Center, University Police Department, Department of Residence Life, and more.
- We have the following resources for survivors: Psychological Counseling Center, Title IX Coordinator, Academic Support, Crime Victim Advocate, University Police, Student Conduct, and more. Students can expect these support measures even if they DON’T want to access a formal process.
- Affirmative Consent is a knowing, voluntary, and mutual decision among all participants to engage in a sexual activity.
- If someone is incapacitated, they are NOT able to consent to a sexual act.
- There is a difference between the college disciplinary process and criminal justice system. The college disciplinary process determines if there has been a violation of college policy, while the criminal justice system seeks to determine if there has been a criminal act.
- We have an alcohol/drug use amnesty policy when reporting sexual violence (for bystanders and survivors)!
Your input can make a difference. The SUNY Campus Climate Survey, a survey to help prevent and respond to sexual and interpersonal violence on campus, will be open to all SUNY New Paltz students and faculty/staff in the Spring 2023 semester. Check for an email from Survey@suny.edu for a chance to make a difference and win a $100 Amazon gift card.
Learn more about the SUNY-wide Campus Climate Survey.