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Title IX

Student Rights

Female students sitting and talking

Complainant

  • To have all allegations of sexual misconduct taken seriously and to be given a timely and respectful response.
  • To be informed of immediate measures for medical care and preservation of evidence if applicable.
  • To be informed about University and community support services and resources.
  • To be told about criminal and student conduct reporting options and the right to be assisted by campus authorities.
  • To learn about possible protective measures, including but not limited to, change in class schedules, alternative housing assignments, campus employment, and restricted contact.
  • To be offered a University faculty/staff member to serve as a support person and resource.
  • To be have related policy, process and support information explained clearly and fully at every stage of the conduct process.
  • To suggest names of witness to be interviewed during the investigation process.
  • To be informed in writing of the outcome of the student conduct proceeding and appeal procedure at the same time the Respondent is informed.
  • To be notified of any change in the investigation results prior to when they become final.
  • To be notified when the results become final.

Respondent

  • To be informed of all allegations of sexual misconduct in a timely and respectful manner.
  • To be informed about University and community support services and resources.
  • To be told about criminal and student conduct reporting options and the right to be assisted by campus authorities.
  • To learn about possible protective measures, including but not limited to, change in class schedules, alternative housing assignments, campus employment and restricted contact.
  • To be offered a University faculty/staff member to serve as a support person and resource.
  • To be have related policy, process and support information explained clearly and fully at every stage of the conduct process.
  • To suggest names of witness to be interviewed during the investigation process.
  • To be informed in writing of the outcome of the student conduct proceeding and appeal procedure at the same time the Complainant is informed.
  • To be notified of any change in the investigation results prior to when they become final.
  • To be notified when the results become final.

/ Title IX

Scott Fitzgerald
Director of Human Resources
Title IX Coordinator
p/ 614.823.1130
e/ Sfitzgerald@otterbein.edu

Julie Saker
Associate Dean of Students
Title IX Deputy Coordinator
p/ 614.823.1554
e/ Jsaker@otterbein.edu

Colette Masterson
Director, Center for Student Involvement
Title IX Investigator
p/ 614.823.3205
e/ Cmasterson@otterbein.edu