Supportive Measures are non-disciplinary, non-punitive measures that can be put in place for a person involved (either as a reporting party or a responding party) in a case involving sexual harassment or sexual misconduct. These measures are offered free of charge and can be accessed either by making a request to the Title IX Coordinator, or the Title IX Coordinator may put them in place. They are designed to restore or preserve equal access and ensure the safety of all involved parties. Examples of supportive measures include, but are not limited to:
- counseling services;
- extensions of deadlines or other course-related adjustments;
- modification of work or class schedules;
- safety escorts;
- mutual no-contact restrictions and, in certain cases, one-way no contact orders;
- changes in work or housing locations;
- leaves of absence;
- increased security and monitoring of certain areas of the campus;
and other similar measures.
To learn more about supportive measures, please contact Lisa Green, Title IX Coordinator, at (315) 792-3276 or email@example.com.