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 Emma Morcone (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 beginning February 15th and on February 18th for faculty/staff. 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.