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FAQs Sexual Assault/Respect
Student Right to Know
Platt College is continuously taking steps to foster a culture that rejects sexual violence and educates community members about how best to prevent and respond to sexual assault on campus. Platt College is committed to providing a learning, working, and living environment free from discrimination, harassment, and gender-based misconduct.
In mid-2014, Platt College strategically committed to providing more resources for support, additional preventive education for students and employees, more policy awareness for College constituents, and easier public accessibility to documents regarding sexual respect.
Resources for Support
- National Resource Center on Domestic Violence Hotline: (800) 799-SAFE
- National Sexual Violence Resource Center
- Rape Abuse Incest National Network Hotline: (800) 656-HOPE
- Domestic Violence or Sexual Abuse Recovery Center in Colorado
- The Survivor Project (Provides information related to Transgender and Intersex issues)
Resources for Males
Preventive Education for Students and Employees
Initiatives taken towards preventative education include:
- Platt College strives to be a leader in implementing policies and procedures that bring about real change in on-campus culture in the areas of gender equity and sexual respect. These are among the steps taken in this direction:
- Trained all College employees on sexual and racial harassment. Training will extend into Title IX and the Clery Act during their annual training.
- Provided all new students with information about Title IX, the Clery Act (Student Right to Know), and Sexual Respect on campus at New Student Orientation.
- Provided lunch and learn opportunities for students and employees regarding sexual assault awareness and prevention.
- Posted new and revised policies and procedures on the College website regarding Sexual Respect and Title IX.
- Tasked the Academic Support and Career Services Committee to consider student and employee recommendations for enhancing sexual respect.
Policy Awareness for College Constituents
- Policy 03:22:00 Non-Discrimination Policy for Students and Policy 05:16:00 Non-Discrimination Policy for Employees
- Discrimination/Harassment Complaint Form
- Policy Statement –Title IX, Title VI, Section 504
Documents Regarding Sexual Respect
- Know Your IX: Empowering Students to Stop Sexual Violence U.S. Department of Education, Office of Civil Rights
- American Philosophical Association's Committee on the Status of Women on Sexual Harassment
For more information regarding sexual respect, please contact Platt College's Title IX Coordinator:
Michael Vigil at [email protected]