Kenyon takes its responsibilities toward compliance with Title IX seriously. The civil rights/Title IX coordinator works with other staff to promote a campus free of sexual harassment and violence.
All faculty and staff at Kenyon, with the exception of those who hold confidentiality (such as health care providers), must report incidents of sexual harassment and/or violence to the civil rights/Title IX coordinator. Guidance from the Department of Education's Office of Civil Rights has made this very clear: "If a school knows or reasonably should know about student-on-student harassment that creates a hostile environment, Title IX requires the school to take immediate action to eliminate the harassment, prevent its recurrence, and address its effects." If a Kenyon faculty or staff member knows or should know of harassment, then the law considers the College to know.
Office for Civil Rights Staff
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Interim Civil Rights/Title IX Coordinator
Office Manager, Offices of Human Resources and Civil Rights
Sexual Misconduct and Harassment Policy
This policy provides resources and recourse for individuals who experience prohibited conduct, guidance to the individuals involved, expectations for interpersonal interaction and communication, and a procedure for addressing prohibited behaviors.
Sexual Misconduct Complaint Resolution Decision Tree
View a flow chart depicting the process initiated by making a report to the Title IX coordinator.
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.