Measures for Safety, Support, and Accommodation
The College has many means of increasing safety, support, and accommodation for survivors. These are accessible and available regardless of whether a person decides to make a formal disciplinary report. They are also available during and after investigation and adjudication of cases.
These measures include, but are not limited to:
- Campus no-contact orders, which prevent any contact from the alleged perpetrator or others involved in the assault, including in-person, via electronic means, or through third parties.
- Changes to college-affiliated living situations, either temporary or permanent.
- Changes to academic situations, for example to avoid sharing a class with the alleged perpetrator.
To get more information about or to request these accommodations, contact any member of the Dean of the College’s office (students), the Title IX Coordinators, or Sexual Assault Survivor Services (students).