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SCU and Title IX
Transcript of SCU and Title IX
words or actions
engage in mutually
agreed upon sexual activity
sexual assault =
a physical sexual act against a person's will
severe, persistent, or pervasive
interferes with or limits
to participate or benefit from an educational program
SCU is committed to
to eliminate the harassment
and address its
for sexual discrimination complaints....
...and the procedures are
Must conduct a
thorough, & impartial
investigation that is
of any criminal
clear, knowing, and voluntary
Informed, active, and freely given
...the act is forced, coerced, or nullified by a person's incapacitation.
What about non-action?
Non-action or silence
Title IX requires:
Title IX, Our Responsibilities, and Consent
Resources & the Recovery Curve
including sexual assault
Behaviors in Violation
of Title IX
Sexual harassment, assault, or exploitation
Words to communicate your support:
I really appreciate you sharing something so sensitive with me.
I need to let you know that as a member of this community and given my position, I am required to protect the safety of our community, including you.
This responsibility includes the requirement to report this type of incident to the proper university official.
Let me tell you a little bit more information about what that means so you can make the decisions that make you the most comfortable.
verbal or physical conduct
Residence Life - including: CFs, ARDs, NRs, ACCs
Center for Student Leadership
Not Required to Report
Clergy & Counselors - when acting in those roles
Faculty - who don't advise student groups
Clerical / support staff
How should I respond to someone
who tells me this?
that in the interest of providing for the
and the welfare of
as a whole
Inform your community
As you begin the year explain at a community meeting:
you are a
not always confidential
Other Drug Use
Office of Student Life
Athletics and Recreation
Summarize Title IX
What does this mean for me in my role?
What is Title IX?
- was the law violated?
- was University policy violated?
- beyond a reasonable doubt
- preponderance of evidence
How can I be sure I have consent?
All employees encouraged to
with the EEO &Title IX Office or the Office of Student Life and
report the occurence
Faculty who advise student groups
1. What is Title IX?
2. How does Title IX impact you?
3. Name 3 requirements for consent.
is a state where someone cannot make rational, reasonable decisions because one lacks the capacity to give knowing consent (e.g., to understand the
Who, What, When, Where, Why and How
of their sexual interaction).
Cowell Health Center
Licensed medical professionals, such as those in the Student Health Services, are required by California law to
notify local law enforcement
if they have reason to believe or know that a patient has been sexually assaulted.
Under California law, the staff in Student Health Services, who are mandated to notify local law enforcement of a reported or potential sexual assault,
cannot inform anyone else except local law enforcement
. The licensed medical professionals in Student Health Services
will inform the patient of campus resources and off-campus resources so the patient is aware of the various resources, services, and options that she/he can access