Title IX at Utica College

Title IX at Utica College

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Message Regarding August 14, 2020 Changes to Title IX

What Is Title IX?

Title IX of the Education Amendments Act of 1972 was the first comprehensive federal law to prohibit sex discrimination against students and employees of educational institutions.

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Coordinators

Title IX Coordinator:

Utica College’s Title IX Coordinator is responsible for receiving reports of sex discrimination, including sexual harassment and sexual misconduct. Reports to the Title IX Coordinator may be made at any time (including non-business hours) by phone, e-mail, or regular mail. If a report is determined to meet the definition of a potential Title IX violation, the Title IX Coordinator will be responsible for overseeing the investigatory process and for providing all required disclosures and notifications to the reporting and responding parties. The Title IX Coordinator will also communicate any supportive measures to reporting and responding parties. All of this will be done in a prompt and fair manner.

The Title IX Coordinator works with others at Utica College to make sure policies and procedures are updated and communicated as needed.

Lisa Green Lisa Green
Vice President for Human Resources and Personnel Development
315-792-3276 or lcgreen@utica.edu
Addison Miller White Hall Room 124

Deputy Title IX Coordinator:

Utica College also has two Deputy Title IX Coordinators who are able to coordinate investigations in the absence of the Title IX Coordinator, or who are available to coordinate cases that involve employees. The Deputy Title IX Coordinators are:

Dave Fontaine David Fontaine
Director of Athletics and Physical Education
315-792-3050 or dsfontai@utica.edu
Clark Athletic Center

Alane Varga Alane Varga
Dean for Diversity and Inclusion
315-792-3100 or avarga@utica.edu
Strebel Student Center Room 103

Investigators:

Title IX investigators are Utica College employees who are trained to conduct fair and comprehensive investigations into complaints of sexual harassment and sexual misconduct. These individuals receive training specific to conducting investigations and are also trained in trauma-informed practices. Title IX investigators are assigned to investigate reports made to the Title IX Coordinator. They gather as much evidence as possible and prepare a report of that evidence to the Title IX Coordinator, who then provides it to the Decision Maker.

  • Michele Davis
    Senior Women's Administrator
     
  • Carl Lohmann
    Director of Student Conduct
    & Community Standard
     
  • Bethany Samuels
    Associate Director for Student Success
     
  • Kristin St. Hilaire
    Head Coach-Women's Lacrosse
     
  • Anthony Villanti
    Executive Director for Development
     
  • Lesley Wallace
    Senior Director, Employment and Retention
     
  • Lauryn Moore
    Assistant Director, New Student Programs
     
  • John Williams
    Campus Safety Sergeant
     
  • Pat Collea
    Campus Safety Sergeant
     
  • Ken White
    Campus Safety Sergeant
     

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