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Incident Information

Date of Incident Time

Place of Occurrence
(An address is preferred, but if it occurred at the victim's home, a residence hall, other college area, off campus or street coordinates are acceptable.)

Suspect Information

Name/Nickname Address
Age
Physical Description/Distinguishing Characteristics
(Include Odors, Scars, Tattoos, Facial Hair, Speech Impediments, Etc.)

Suspect/Victim Relationship
Partner/Lover
Ex-Partner/Lover
Spouse
Colleague/Co-Worker
Acquaintance
Stranger
Type of Coercion/Force
Verbal
Physical
Threat of Death
Presence of a Weapon
Yes No
If Yes, what type
Incapacitation by Drugs or Alcohol
Yes No
If Yes, what type
Other Coercion/Force

Were You physically injured?
Yes No
If Yes, please describe the extent and nature of your injuries in detail

Nature of the Assault
Attempted
Completed
Vaginal
Oral
Anal
Place of Occurrence
Victim's Home
Suspect's Home
Unknown Home
Car/Vehicle
Workplace
Park
Outdoors
Parking Lot
Other

Manner of initial contact (I.E.: Came to victim's door, attacked on street, etc.)

What did the suspect say before, during and after the assault?(Please be as specific as possible)

Do you plan to make a formal report to the police?
Yes No
Not Sure

If no, why have you chosen to make an anonymous report
rather that make a formal report to the police?

Please give a narrative of the sexual assault(Please provide as much detailed information as possible)

Notice of Non Discrimination

Olivet College Notice of Non-Discrimination

“Discrimination and/or harassment of any student on the basis of age, ethnicity, sex, gender identity, disability or disability status, height, weight, marital status, national origin, political persuasion, race, religion, military or veteran status or sexual orientation, is prohibited.”

Title IX requirement

Title IX regulations require that Olivet College does not discriminate on the basis of sex in its education programs and activities. 

Applicable Federal Law

This statement supplements the general policy statement set forth by Olivet College Anti-discrimination policy and address the requirements of Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 (“Title IX”). Title IX is a federal law that prohibits sex discrimination in federally funded education programs and activities. Title IX states as follows:

“No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex,be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activities receiving Federal financial assistance.”

If a student believes he/she has been discriminated against or harassed, he/she should contact the Title IX Coordinator and/or, any college vice president, campus safety, student life staff, a trusted employee or person.

 
Referenced from the Department of US Education

 

POLICIES AND REGULATIONS

Equal Opportunity Policy

 

Olivet College is committed to the principles of equal opportunity and non-discrimination. The college, in its employment and personnel policies and practices, will not discriminate against any individual on the basis of age, color, sex, gender identity, disability or disability status, height, weight, marital status, national origin, political persuasion,race, religion, military or veteran status or sexual orientation.

 

In meeting this commitment, the college is guided by applicable federal and state laws and regulations. These include,but are not limited to:

 

• Equal Pay Act of 1963, as amended,prohibiting discrimination in pay on the basis of gender;

• Titles VI and VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (as amended);

• Age Discrimination Act of 1967, as amended;

• Title IX of the Higher Education Act Amendments of 1972;

• Sections 503 and 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973;

• Section 402 of the Vietnam-Era Veterans Readjustment Act

• Michigan Civil Rights Act of 1977;

• Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990; or

• Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights

Act of 1994.

 

Discrimination and/or harassment of any student on the basis of age, ethnicity, sex, gender identity, disability or disability status, height, weight, marital status, national origin, political persuasion, race, religion, military or veteran status or sexual orientation,is prohibited. If a student/employee believes he/she has been discriminated against or harassed, he/she should contact an office below:

 

Title IX Lead Coordinator-Students

Dr. Linda Logan

269-749-6669

Vice President and Dean of Student Life

llogan@olivetcollege.edu

 

 

 

 

Title IX Deputy Coordinator –Athletics

Nancy Van Hoozier

269-749-7169

Associate Professor of HPERS

Nvanhoozier@olivetcollege.edu

 

 

 

Title IX Deputy Coordinator - Employees

Terri Glasgow

Director of Human Resources

Dole Hall

Olivet College

Olivet, MI 49076

Phone: (269) 749-762

tglasgow@olivetcollege.edu

   

Title IX Lead Coordinator - Students  

Dr. Linda Logan

269-749-6669

Vice President and Dean of Student Life

llogan@olivetcollege.edu

 

If you have a complaint against an Olivet College student for sexual harassment, sex discrimination, or sexual assault, you should contact the Title IX Lead Coordinator, Vice President and Dean of Student Life.

 

The Lead Coordinator is responsible for student Title IX compliance including training, education, communication, and administration of the grievance procedure for all complaints against Olivet College students.

 

Title IX Deputy Coordinator - Employees

Terri Glasgow

269-749-7623

Director of Human Resources

tglasgow@olivetcollege.edu

 

If you have a complaint against an Olivet College faculty, staff member, or visitor for sexual harassment, sex discrimination, or sexualassault, you should contact Human Resources.

 

The Human Resources Director is responsible for the Title IX compliance including training,education, communication, and administration of the grievance procedure for all complaints against faculty, staff and visitors, including those complaints filed by students.

 

 

Title IX Deputy Coordinator – Athletics

Nancy Van Hoozier

269-749-7169

Associate Professor of HPERS

Nvanhoozier@olivetcollege.edu

 

If you have a complaint against an Olivet College coach or athletic administrator for sexual harassment, sex discrimination, or sexual assault,you may contact one of the offices listed above, or you may contact the Athletic Title IX Coordinator, who will facilitate the handling of the complaint with the appropriate office.

 

You may also contact the Athletic Title IX Coordinator i f you have a complaint about gender equity in the athletics programs. 

 

   Referenced from the Department of US Education and Academic Impressions

 
 
Department Training
Campus SaVE Act (.pdf, 18245K)
"House Task Force to Protect Students from Sexual Assault"
 
  • Innovative campus-based programs focused on educating about and promoting healthy relationships
     
  • Addressing Campus

 

  • SaVE Act mandates within a healthy relationship framework
     
  • Implications of the White House Task Force to Protect Students from Sexual Assault

Training held on: February 6, 2014    

(Click Here)   

Webinar Recording    

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Sexual Misconduct and Title IX Investigations (.pdf, 782K)
Training held on: December 9, 2013
We Are Not Alone - Webinar Review (Part 1) (.pdf, 499K)
This webinar, presented by ASCA President Matt Gregory, ASCA President-Elect Laura Bennett and ASCA Past-President Chris Loschiavo, will highlight key points from the Not Alone: The First Report of the White House Task Force to Protect Students From Sexual Assault and the U.S. Department of Education's Questions and Answers on Title IX and Sexual Violence and how these documents may inform student conduct work as well as discuss some initial steps you could be taking on your campuses to respond to this guidance.
Training held on: May 5, 2014 
We Are Not Alone - Webinar Review (Part 2) (.pdf, 417K)
This webinar, presented by ASCA President Matt Gregory, ASCA President-Elect Laura Bennett and ASCA Past-President Chris Loschiavo, will highlight key points from the Not Alone: The First Report of the White House Task Force to Protect Students From Sexual Assault and the U.S. Department of Education's Questions and Answers on Title IX and Sexual Violence and how these documents may inform student conduct work as well as discuss some initial steps you could be taking on your campuses to respond to this guidance.
Training held on: May 5, 2014
 
Judicial Training
Title IX: Training Curriculm for Hearing Board Webinar (.wmv, 137791K)
Judicial Training - March 13, 2013
Title IX: Training Curriculm for Hearing Board PDF (.pdf, 759K)
Judicial Training PDF
Title IX: Training Curriculm for Hearing Board Handout (.pdf, 649K)
Judicial Training Handout
Supplements
Supplemental Materials to Webinar's viewed
White House Task Force Report - April 2014 (.pdf, 887K)

The First Report of the White House Task Force to Protect Students From Sexual Assault

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