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Rights

Image of studentThroughout a Title IX Complaint process, both the complainant and the respondent have the following rights:

To appropriate support from the College

To privacy to the extent possible consistent with applicable law and College policy

To information about the College's Sexual Misconduct Policy

To the presence of an advisor throughout the process

To participate or decline to participate in the investigation or any appeal process.  However, a decision to refrain from participating in the process either wholly or in part will not prevent the process from proceeding with the information available.

To prompt and thorough investigation of the allegations

To adequate time to review documents in the office of the Title IX Coordinator following the investigation

To adequate time to prepare

To an opportunity to challenge an investigator or hearing panel member for possible conflicts of interest. 

To refrain from making incriminating statements

To be free from retaliation for filing or participating in the investigation of a complaint

To appeal the decision made by the Title IX Coordinator

To notification in writing of the case resolution, including the outcome of any appeal

To report the incident to law enforcement at any time

To understand that information collected in the process may be subpoenaed in criminal or civil proceedings