Students

How Do I Make a Title IX  Report

Sexual Misconduct includes discrimination based on sex, gender identity or gender expression, dating/domestic violence, stalking, sexual assault and sexual harassment.

If you have questions about whether a behavior is considered a violation, please review Reynolds’ Sexual Misconduct Policy and/or contact  the Title IX Office at TIX@reynolds.edu or call 804-523-5025.

To report an allegation of sexual misconduct you can:

Once a Title IX Complaint Has Been Filed

Interim Actions

The Title IX Office can assist in arranging academic accommodations (course schedule adjustments, extension of assignments, alternative class or work arrangements), changing work arrangements, and may issue No Contact Orders as well as interim suspension and disciplinary or administrative leave.

 

Complainant’s Rights

A person who reports sexual assault, dating/domestic violence or stalking is referred to as the complainant. 

 

Respondent’s Rights

A person who has been accused of sexual assault, sexual harassment, dating/domestic violence or stalking is referred to as the respondent. 

 

Witnesses

An individual who may have information relevant to a report of sexual misconduct. Witness participation in the College’s Title IX Resolution process is voluntary.