Kenyon College is committed to fostering a climate free from discrimination and harassment, through clear and effective policies, a coordinated education and prevention program, and prompt and equitable procedures for resolution of reports of conduct prohibited under the Civil Rights Policy. The College encourages all members of its community to participate in the process of creating a safe, welcoming and respectful environment on campus.
This policy provides the Kenyon community with (1) resources and recourse for individuals who experience prohibited conduct, (2) guidance to a reporting party, complainant, respondent or other affected community members, (3) Kenyon’s expectations for healthy respectful interpersonal interaction and communication, and (4) a procedural outline for addressing behaviors that are counter to Kenyon’s mission and prohibited by this policy.
The College emphasizes that every person, regardless of demographic or personal characteristics or identity, is entitled to the same protections against harassment and misconduct on the basis of a protected characteristic and that every individual will be treated with equal dignity and respect.
Office for Civil Rights Staff
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Civil Rights/Title IX Coordinator
Civil Rights/Title IX Deputy Coordinator
Office Manager, the Offices of HR & Civil Rights
Areas of Expertise
Background checks; employment verifications; PageUp
Complaint Resolution Decision Tree
View a flow chart depicting the process initiated by making a report to the civil rights and Title IX coordinator.
View the Civil Rights Policy
The 2023-24 Civil Rights Policy is available to read online.
This brochure includes information about how to get help, Kenyon policies, a glossary of terms and frequently asked questions.
Download a poster with information about reporting options and resources.