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Nondiscrimination, Sexual Harassment (Title IX) and Sexual Misconduct Policies

Important Resources:

Agnes Scott College is committed to providing a healthy learning and work environment that is safe and characterized by mutual trust and respect for all members of our community. This commitment, as well as the college’s obligations under federal law, means that the college will not tolerate discrimination against or harassment of any individual or group based upon race, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, disability or veteran status or any other prohibited factor under law.

Federal and State Civil Rights laws protect individuals from discrimination based upon all protected classes. Additionally, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 protects individuals from discrimination based on sex, including sexual harassment and sexual violence, in education programs or activities which receive federal financial assistance. Members of the community who believe they have been subjected to discrimination, harassment, including sexual misconduct or harassment, are encouraged to report these incidents. Third-party and anonymous reports are also welcome. Once the report has been submitted, the Vice President for Equity and Inclusion or the Title IX Coordinator will act accordingly, which will include a notification regarding receipt of report and further guidance on how the matter will proceed. After a thorough Initial Assessment of early information for the individuals involved, a decision will be made on whether a potential violation has occurred, whether the parties may resolve the matter informally, or whether a formal investigation is warranted.

Reports, comments, questions, or concerns should be communicated to:

  • Bias Concerns
    Yves-Rose Porcena
    Vice President for Diversity and Inclusion
  • Title IX Coordinator and Acting Deputy Title IX Coordinator for Faculty and Staff
    Marti Fessenden
    Special Counsel to the President
  • Interim Title IX Coordinator (Spring 2024)
    Dr. Chicora Martin
    Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students
  • Deputy Title IX Coordinator for Employees
    Audraya Scales
    People & Culture Generalist

You may also contact:

Department of Education, Office of Civil Rights
400 Maryland Avenue, S.W.
Washington, DC 20202-1100

File a Bias Concern Report

File a Title IX Gender-Based Report

Students who do not wish to report sexual misconduct to the college may speak confidentially with on-campus and off-campus confidential resources.

Confidential Resources

Counseling, Psychological Services & Student Health: 404.471.7100
Chaplain: 404.471.6437

Day League (Off-campus / Sexual assault care)
24-hour Hotline: 404.377.1428

Other Important Resources

On-campus Emergencies (24-hour hotline): 404.471.6400
Accessible Education: 404.471.6174

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