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NachtLaw has compiled the following information and believes it to be accurate as of the Fall of 2015. You should not rely upon the accuracy of this information in making decisions. It is merely a jumping off point for you to contact a law firm and/or a university office. In fact, most colleges and universities are actively reviewing their Title XI policy and so you should assume that the policy description provided may not be accurate.

Name of InstitutionHow to file a complaintName of office/individualBrief description of processAllowed to bring lawyer?Cross-examination?
Antioch CollegeSubmit form online: http://www.antiochcollege.org/campus-life/sexual-offense-prevention-policy/sopptitle-ix-report-form.Joanne Lakomski, Chief Human Resources Officer Luis Rosa, Dean of Community Life
937-319-6161
937-319-0126
[email protected]
Formal complaints involve both the Complainant and the Respondent appearing at a separate hearing with the Title IX Coordinators. Remedies and/or sanctions will be addressed in front of the Hearing Board.
Ashland UniversityContact Title IX Coordinator OR complete a report: ashland-advocate.symplicity.com/public_report.Title IX Coordinator (VP of Student Affairs) will work with the Office of Student Conduct.
VP of Student Affairs - 419-289-5324
Office of Student Conduct - 419-207-5504
VP of Student Affairs - [email protected]
Case will go to Conduct Board for Hearing. Both parties make statements. Conduct Board members may question either party. Both parties make final statements. Sanctions are passed down, if appropriate. Appeals can be made by accused for one of two reasons: new evidence is brought to light that was not available at time of hearing OR student believes error happened during the course of the process.YesNo
Baldwin Wallace UniversityContact Title IX Coordinator.Chief Diversity Officer, Title IX Coordinator
440-826-2426
[email protected]
Issue is typically handed over to the Director of Student Conduct as a student conduct issue. The conduct body will determine by majority vote if the student has been found in violation of the policy. The Chairperson of the conduct body will prepare a written report detailing the findings, how the conclusion was determined, and any recommended sanctions. The report will be delivered to the Director of Student Conduct, who will impose any sanctions within five University business days of receiving the report. Appeals must be made using the official appeal form to the Director of Student Conduct within three University business days of the initial decision.No
Bluffton UniversityContact Title IX Coordinator OR Deputy Title IX Coordinator.Julia Degraw, Title IX Coordinator
419-358-3248
[email protected]
Scott Sharik, Deputy Coordinator
419-358-3377
[email protected]
Within three business days of receipt of complaint, the Title IX team will conduct a preliminary investigation to determine whether the allegation is a policy violation. The team will then decide if a formal investigation is appropriate. If yes, two investigators will gather information related to the complaint. Investigators will interview the Complainant, the Respondent, and any witnesses identified by either party. Investigators will prepare a written report with their findings as to whether a violation has occurred. The Coordinator will discuss the investigators' report with both the Complainant and Respondent. If either party disagrees with the findings of the report, the investigators will present the report to a panel to determine if a violation has occurred, and if appropriate, any sanctions. The Coordinator will notify both parties in writing of the panel's decision. Appeals must be filed in writing within five business days of receiving the decision of the review panel.Yes
Bowling Green State UniversityContact Title IX Coordinator (Barbara Waddell, 419-372-8476) or the Dean of Students Office OR complete an incident report form online: https://www.bgsu.edu/dean-of-students/student-conduct/report-an-incident.htmlOffice of Equity and Diversity, in conjunction with the Office of the Dean of Students
DoS: 419-372-2843 OED: 419-372-8476
[email protected]
Incident report is completed. Associate Dean of Students, or designee, assesses report to see whether suspension/expulsion may be an option. Respondent has opportunity to discuss Incident Report with Associate Dean and present relevant information. Based on info presented by Complainant or Respondent, a determination will be made whether a charge is warranted. If yes, case can go before informal or formal (in issues of potential expulsion or Respondent disputes report) disposition. Formal hearing will go before the University Conduct Committee (UCC). If appropriate, sanctions are issued by the Dean of Students. Appeals can be made if there's an issue of substantive or procedural errors were committed during the conduct hearing or meeting and must be made to the VP for Student Affairs within five days in writing of the outcome decision.YesYes
Bryant and Stratton CollegeSubmit a complaint in writing to the Grievance Coordinator (Dean of Student Services) of the appropriate campus (Akron, Cleveland, Eastlake, or Parma). Upon receipt of a complaint, an investigation will be conducted within 30 days. The Grievance Coordinator will notify the Respondent of the complaint, who will be given five days to respond to the complaint and provide any relevant witnesses. The investigation may include interviews, collection of evidence, and any other necessary procedures. Periodic updates of the investigation status will be given to both parties. A written disposition of the complain will be submitted to both parties within 10 business days of the completion of the investigation. Appeals may be made in writing by either party to the Campus Director within ten business days of the written disposition. The decision of the Campus Director is final.No
Capital UniversityReport to either of the Deputy Title IX Coordinators.Jennie Smith, Dean of Students, Deputy Title IX
614-236-6367
[email protected]
Robin Goodstein, Assistant Dean of Student Affairs (Law School), Deputy Title IX
614-236-6402
[email protected]
The investigators will meet with the Complainant to gather initial information about the allegation. The investigators will then consult with the Title IX team to determine if a policy violation may have occurred. If yes, an investigation will move forward and both the Complainant and Respondent will be notified. The investigators will interview both parties, as well as any relevant witnesses, and encourage all parties to provide any additional evidence or information that would help the investigation. The investigators will then create a draft report to be reviewed by both parties, and information not in the draft report may be added. After receiving any responses, the investigators will send their report to the Title IX team who will then finalize the report. The Title IX team will send the report and recommended sanctions, if appropriate, to the relevant VP. VP will notify both parties of sanctions and outcomes. Appeals must be made to the Title IX Coordinator within five days of the written decision.Yes
Case Western Reserve UniversityContact Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards and speak to the Director.Student Conduct and Community Standards, Thwing Lower Level, Director
216-368-3170
Complaint is made, initial inquiry is conducted by the Title IX Coordinator, and decision is made whether it will be an informal process or referred to the Sexual Misconduct Investigator for further review. If case continues for further review, it goes to a informal or formal process (board or administrative hearing). Sanctions are then administered, if appropriate, in consultation with the VP for Student Affairs. Appeals must be submitted within three business days of receipt of the written decision.Yes, during board hearings. Administrative hearings are typically closed off to to the Respondent, Sexual Misconduct Investigator/Deputy Title IX Coordinator, and administrative rep.Yes, through questions submitted to the chair of the board hearing
Cedarville UniversityReport complaint to Title IX Coordinator.Teresa Clark, Title IX Coordinator
937-532-0075
Title IX Coordinator meets with Complainant to inform them of the sexual misconduct policy. Written complaint must then be submitted to the Title IX Coordinator by the Complainant. Title IX Coordinator, or one of the deputies, will investigate the complaint, including interviewing both parties and any relevant witnesses. Decisions administered by the Title IX Coordinator may be appealed by either party to the Provost in writing within ten days of the Title IX Coordinator's decision. VP of Student Life will determine and administer the appropriate sanction.
Central Ohio Technical CollegeContact Title IX Coordinator.Office of the Director of Student Life (Title IX Coordinator)
740-366-9219
[email protected]
A review of the information and complaint will be made. Afterwards, a decision will be made whether a violation of the policy is more than likely to have occurred. Sanctions, if appropriate, will be issued.Yes
Central State UniversityContact Title IX Coordinator.Cassandra Krah, Title IX Coordinator
937-376-6387
[email protected]
In sexual assault cases, the campus police will investigate all allegations of sexual assault. The Complainant will be interviewed, and the Respondent will be given an opportunity to respond to the allegations during the investigation. If sufficient evidence exists that a sexual assault may have occurred, the matter will be referred to the Judicial Council. The Respondent will be notified by a Judicial Officer from the Dean of Students office to advise them of the alleged violations of the code. Sanctions will be imposed, as necessary. Appeals must be requested in writing within five business days to the VP of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management. Yes
Chamberlain College of NursingContact either Title IX Coordinator.Mikhel Kusher, Associate Title IX Consultant
630-515-5440
[email protected]
Mark Ewald, Director for Ethics and Compliance Services
630-353-1437
[email protected]
The college will conduct an investigation to determine if the allegations are substantiated based on the totality of the circumstances. If yes, the Student Code of Conduct process may be enacted and students will be subject to sanctions outlined there.
Cincinnati Christian UniversityContact the Title IX Coordinator.Kristen Merrill, Title IX Coordinator
513-244-8151
[email protected]
N/A
Cincinnati College of Mortuary ScienceContact the Title IX Coordinator.Molly Jones, Title IX Coordinator
513-618-1933
[email protected]
N/A
Cincinnati State Technical and Community CollegeContact Title IX Coordinator.Director of Organizational Development and Human Resources
513-569-1759
A formal discrimination complaint should be made within 10 days of alleged incident. The Title IX Coordinator will then conduct an investigation. Appeals may be made to the College's Executive Vice President within five school days from the date of the initial decision.
Clark State Community CollegeContact Title IX Deputy Coordinator.Edward Busher, Dean of Student Support Services
937-328-6095
[email protected]
N/A
Cleveland Institute of ArtReport complaint to Title IX Coordinators (see next column).Ray Scragg, VP of HR and Inclusion
216-421-7312
[email protected]
Nancy Neville, Dean of Student Affairs
216-421-7427
[email protected]
Upon receipt of the initial report, Title IX Coordinator will conduct an investigation which includes interviews of both parties as well as any relevant witnesses. Hearing will be scheduled if necessary. Sanctions will be presented by the Title IX committee. Appeals may be made by either party in writing within 14 days of the release of the findings to the Title IX Coordinator. Appeals will be considered by the President and CEO of the school.YesYes (indirectly through Title IX committee).
Cleveland Institute of MusicReport complaint to Title IX Coordinator.David Gilson, Associate Dean for Student Affairs, Title IX Coordinator
216-368-5331
[email protected]
Initial inquiry is conducted by the head investigator of the Title IX committee after the report is filed. Normally, sexual assault cases will be brought before an administrative hearing. Committee will hear statements from both parties and have the opportunity to discuss and ask questions. If committee finds that sexual misconduct has occurred, they will pass down sanctions. Either party may appeal the decision to the Title IX Coordinator within five business days of receipt of the written decision.YesYes
Cleveland State UniversityContact Office for Institutional Equity OR email Title IX Coordinator OR submit anonymously (https://secure.ethicspoint.com/domain/media/en/gui/42255/index.html).Office for Institutional Equity
216-687-2223
Title IX Coordinator - [email protected]
Investigation is initiated upon receipt of report. Reports by the Complainant and Respondent are collected. Interviews are conducted with both parties as well as any relevant witnesses. At the conclusion of the investigation, the investigator will inform both parties of the decision and the rationale behind the decision. Appeals must be submitted to the Hearing Office within five working days of the issuance date of the investigator's report. The Hearing Officer will then make a determination if appeal is valid. Both parties may appeal the Hearing Officer's decision to the Provost/designee. Sanctions are passed down, if appropriate.
College of Mount St. JosephContact Chief Compliance and Risk Officer in the Office of the President.Office of the President, Chief Compliance and Risk Officer.
513-244-4393
Investigation will be carried out informally or formally (cases of sexual violence or assault will not be given informal resolution). The University will interview both parties, as well as any relevant witnesses. Sanctions will be given according to the Student Life Standards and Disciplinary Policy and Procedures. Appeals may be made by any student receiving disciipline in writing to the Dean of Students within three days of written or verbal notification of the sanction decision.YesNo
Columbus College of Art and DesignContact the VP for Student Affairs (Title IX Coordinator), Dean of Students, or may complete a report through the Safety and Security Office.VP for Student Affairs
614-222-4015
[email protected]
The coordinating investigator will conduct a fact-finding investigation and then present the case file to the VP of Student Affairs. The VP will either make an administrative finding or convene the Student Conduct Committee to hold a hearing panel. Both parties will be informed of the decision and sanctions. Appeals may be made in writing to the VP of Student Affairs within five business days of having received notice of the initial findings.Yes
Columbus State Community CollegeSubmit online: https://publicdocs.maxient.com/reportingform.php?ColumbusStateCC&layout_id=3Equity and Compliance Unit
614-287-5519 (Title IX Coordinator)
[email protected]
Title IX Coordinator will conduct an initial evaluation to determine if a violation may have occurred under this policy. If so, college officials trained in the policy will conduct an investigation into the matter. After the investigation, the investigators will determine whether a violation has occurred using the preponderance of evidence standard. They will submit their final report to the Title IX Coordinator for review and approval. If the the Title IX Coordinator agrees with the recommendation fo the policy violation, the case will be forwarded to the Office of Student Conduct for a hearing. Findings of the hearing and recommendations for sanctions will be forwarded to the Dean of Students. Appeals may be made in writing to the Vice President/General Counsel within ten calendar days.
Cuyahoga Community CollegeContact Title IX Coordinator or your Office of Student Affairs (separated by campus).Deborale Richardson-Phillips, Title IX Coordinator
216-987-0204
[email protected]
In conjunction with the Office of Student Affairs, the Title IX Coordinator will investigate the complaint. If a violation has occurred, the Title IX Coordinator will prepare a written report of the factual findings based upon the information and evidence provided by the Complainant, Respondent, and any relevant witnesses. Appeals may be filed in writing within ten days of the initial decision. If granted, an appeal will be heard by an appellate board.
Defiance CollegeContact Vice President for Student Engagement and Dean of Students by phone, email, or in person.VP for Student Engagement and Dean of Students
419-783-2587
[email protected]
Upon receipt of report, the College will hold an initial assessment with the Complainant. If appropriate, the case will move forward to an informal or formal resolution process. The investigator will submit a report at the end of the investigation outlining the factual findings, a determination whether the Respondent committed the sexual misconduct, her rationale for the decision, and recommendations and rationale for sanctions. An appeal of the Title IX cooridnator's decision should be made to the President or designee.YesYes, indirectly through investigators
Denison UniversityContact Title IX Coordinator OR Deputy Title IX Coordinator for Students.Title IX Coordinator OR Deputy Title IX Coordinator for Students
740-587-8660
740-587-6271
[email protected]
Upon receipt of report, the investigator will conduct a preliminary investigation of the allegations. If the results of this indicate that a policy violation may have occurred, a full investigation will be conducted. The investigator will then submit a complete report and make a recommendation of whether a policy violation is likely to have occurred. Both the Complainant and Respondent are then allowed access to the report and can provide a written response. Investigation may continue based on the written responses of both parties. The cycle of investigation and response will continue until the investigator's report is deemed to be thorough and complete. The report will then be given to the VP of Student Development who will determine if the evidence is sufficient to support whether a policy violation occurred. If so, the VP will determine the appropriate sanctions. Appeals should be made in writing to the University Appeals Board within five business days of the initial decision.
Eastern Gateway Community CollegeContact the Dean or Executive VP for Academic and Student Affairs. If not resolved with him/her, contact the Title IX Coordinator.Sherri VanTassel
740-264-5591 ext. 1806
A formal complaint should first be made to the Dean or Executive VP for Academic and Student Affairs within ten school days from the alleged incident. If not resolved, decision may be appealed to the Title IX Coordinator. If not resolved, decision may be appealed to the College's President, who functions as the final mediator at the local level.
Edison Community CollegeContact Title IX Coordinator or Deputy Title IX Coordinator.Linda Peltier, Chief Human Resources Officer
937-778-7802
[email protected]
Scott Burnam, Chief Student Affairs Officer
937-778-7849
[email protected]
Investigation will be initiated by the Title IX Coordinator. Interviews will be conducted of both parties, as well as any relevant witnesses. The Title IX Coordinator will prepare a written report with a summary of the investigation and findings of fact. If a violation was found to have occurred, the Chief Student Affairs Officer will review the investigator's report and determine whether a sanction is warranted in accordance with the Student Code of Conduct.Yes
Franciscan University of SteubenvilleContact Title IX Coordinator.Brenan Pergi, Title IX/EEO Coordinator
740-283-6445
[email protected]
Title IX Coordinator will initiate this process by notifying the Respondent of the complaint alleged against him/her. The Coordinator will also notify both parties of options for informal or formal resolution. In formal investigation, the Complainant will have to submit a statement in writing of the allegations alleged against the Respondent. The investigation will include interviews of both parties, as well as any relevant witnesses. After the investigation, the Title IX Coordinator will submit their findings and recommendations for sanctions, if any, to the appropriate VP of the division where both parties are located. The VP will then notify both parties, as well as the Title IX Coordinator, of final decisions.Yes
Franklin UniversityReport complaint to any "mandatory reporter," designated as any campus official (all Campus Security officials, all employees - both staff and faculty, and any volunteers working with students in a mentoring position. They will then report to the Title IX Coordinator.Blake Renner, Title IX Coordinator
614-947-6236
[email protected]
If there is evidence of a possible violation of the policy, the Title IX Coordinator will assign investigators to the case to conduct a full investigation, which includes interviews with the Complainant, Respondent, and any witnesses. Then, they will prepare a summary of their findings. Students found in violation of the policy will receive appropriate sanctions from the VP of Enrollment and Student Affairs and the Office of Community Standards, under consultation from the Title IX Coordinator. Appeals may be made in writing within five days to the Title IX Coordinator. The Chief of Staff and Senior VP will review all appeals and make a final determination.
Heidelberg UniversityReport complaint to Title IX OR Deputy Title IX Coordinator.Dustin Bretlinger, Dean of Student Affairs, Title IX Coordinator
419-448-2062
[email protected]
Beth Schwartz, VP for Academic Affairs, Deputy Title IX
419-448-2216
[email protected]
Margaret Rudolph, Director of Human Resources, Deputy Title IX
419-448-2111
[email protected]
The Complainant will be asked if they would like an investigation to take place. The investigation will be conducted by the Title IX team. Then, it will go to an informal or formal resolution process (allegations involving sexual assault will always go to a formal resolution). Formal process is a Conduct Board Conference, composed of representatives from all over campus, including both students and faculty. After conference, the Conduct Board will decide by majority vote if a violation has occurred. The Conduct Board will recommend sanctions to be approved by the Dean of Student Affairs. Appeals may be made in writing to the Title IX Coordinator or Deputy Title IX within five days of the conference.Not allowed for informal process.Yes, for witnesses indirectly through the Conduct Administrator.
Hocking CollegeContact Title IX Coordinator OR Campus Police.Nicolette Dioguardi, Title IX Coordinator
740-753-6449
[email protected]
N/A
John Carroll UniversityReport complaint to Title IX Coordinator.Title IX Coordinator
216-397-1559
Student Conduct Administrator will determine if an investigation should occur based on the report filed. If a student is charged with a violation, the Student Conduct Administrator will determine if case should go to an administrative hearing or a student conduct board meeting. Both the Complainant and Respondent will be notified of the final decision no more than five days after the conclusion of the hearing. Sanctions will be passed down, if appropriate, and they will be approved by the Dean of Students. Appeals may be made within five days of the notice of the outcome to the Associate Dean of Students, who will decide if there are grounds to warrant an appeal.YesYes, indirectly through the Student Conduct Administrator. They will deem which questions are appropriate.
Kent State UniversityContact Office of Compliance, Equal Opportunity, and Affirmative Action.Office of Compliance, Equal Opportunity, and Affirmative Action
330-672-2038
[email protected]
Once a report is filed, the Title IX Coordinator or deputy must initiate an informal or formal investigation. In cases of sexual assault, a formal investigation will always be done. Generally, the Complainant must consent in writing to the beginning of a formal investigation, which includes interviews and information collection. If evidence is found that a violation may have occurred, the case will go to a hearing panel. The hearing panel informs Respondent of outcome and sanctions. Appeals must be submitted in writing to the Office of Student Conduct within seven calendar days. The appeal panel will provide a recommendation to the VP for Enrollment Management and student affairs within 15 days of receipt of the appeal, which may result in a remand to the hearing.YesYes, indirectly
Kenyon CollegeContact the Civil Rights Coordinator OR call the Office of Campus Safety and request a Title IX-trained officer OR anonymously at: https://forms.kenyon.edu/discrimination-report.Andrea Goldblum, Title IX Coordinator
740-427-5820
[email protected]
College will conduct a Title IX assessment after receiving a complaint and will determine the most appropriate resolution process. If there is evidence to suggest a violation of the policy may have occurred, an investigation will take place either through the informal or the formal resolution process. In the formal process, two investigators, as appointed by the Title IX Coordinator and one of which will be a college employee, will conduct the investigation. If there is sufficient evidence to determine that the Respondent is responsible, then the matter will be referred to the Director of the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities to determine the sanction.Appeal must be submitted in writing to the Dean of Students within five business days of receipt of the Notice of Outcome.YesYes, submit questions to the investigator to ask the other party.
Kettering CollegeReport to the Title IX Coordinator.Amy Ortiz-Moretta, Title IX Coordinator
937-395-8493
[email protected]
Investigation will be initiated no later than seven days after the complaint is filed. Investigation will include interviews with the Complainant, the Respondent, and any witnesses, including collected information. Investigator will prepare a written report that includes recommendations for sanctions, if appropriate. Appeals must be filed within ten days of receipt of the initial written report to the Dean of Enrollment Management or the President.
Lake Erie CollegeReport incident to any staff member of the Student Life Office.Student Life Office
440-375-7505
Within five days of a report, an institutional investigation will be conducted by a three-person panel of trained faculty and staff members. The panel will provide a confidential written report to the Dean of Students at the conclusion of the investigation. Sanctions will be imposed, if appropriate.Yes
Lakeland Community CollegeContact the Title IX Coordinator or the Deputy Title IX Coordinator.Cathy Bush, Director for Human Resources, Title IX Coordinator
440-525-7112
[email protected]
Richard Novotny, VP for Student Development/Dean of Students, Deputy Title IX Coordinator
440-525-7358
[email protected]
Upon receipt of a report, the Title IX Coordinator will prepare an investigative report within 30 days, which may include interviews of both parties and witnesses. The report will also include the investigator's determination as to whether a policy violation occurred. Student discipline will be handled through the Student Conduct Code Policy and Procedure. Appeals can be made in writing to the Chief of Staff and Senior VP for Institutional Development and Effectiveness within five business days of the initial investigative report.
Lorain County Community CollegeSubmit online: http://www.lorainccc.edu/Campus+Security/Incident+Report.htm OR contact Title IX Coordinator.Mona Atley, Title IX Coordinator
440-366-4886
[email protected]
Keith Brown, Title IX Coordinator
440-366-7692
[email protected]
Resolution may be informal or formal. The formal process begins when the a written complaint is filed with the Title IX Coordinator. The investigator will further investigate the allegation and then provide a written response to both parties. Appeals of the decision must be made in writing within seven business days to the appropriate Vice President.
Lourdes UniversitySubmit report online or email hard copy: https://www.lourdes.edu/Home/CampusLife/TitleIX/SexualMisconductIncidentReport.aspx.419-824-3834
[email protected]
Upon receipt of a report, the Title IX Coordinator will contact the Complainant to discuss the incident. Then, the Title IX Coordinator will contact the Respondent to notify him/her of the charges. If the Coordinator believes a violation may have occurred, the case will go onto Investigation. The investigation will include necessary interviews and review of relevant documents. The Investigator will then prepare a report for review by the Title IX Coordinator in conjunction with the VP of Student Life to determine sanctions, if necessary. Appeals must be made to the President within 72 hours of the written decision outcome.Yes
Malone UniversitySubmit a detailed written report to the Title IX Coordinator or the Deputy Title IX Coordinator.Joy Braithwaite, Title IX Coordinator
330-471-8238
[email protected]
Chris Abrams, Deputy Title IX
330-471-8282
[email protected]
The Coordinator will seek the consent of the Complainant to begin the investigation. The Coordinator will review the report of the Complainant and then proceed to interview both parties, as well as any witnesses. If the Respondent is found to have more than likely not committed the violation, the University will impose sanctions.Yes
Marietta CollegeReport to the Title IX Coordinator.Richard Danford, Title IX Coordinator
740-376-4899
[email protected]
The investigation process may be informal or formal. The informal process cannot be used for issues related to sexual assault. After the formal complaint has been made, the Title IX Coordinator will assign two investigators to investigate the complaint. They will initiate a fact-finding inquiry, which will include interviews of both parties, as well as collection of relevant documents. After the inquiry, the investigators will determine whether a violation has occurred. If yes, they will recommend sanctions. The case may then go to the Critical Issues Board, led by the Dean of Students, in a formal hearing charge procedure. Appeals may be made in writing to the VP for Student Life within three days of the final findings and imposed sanctions.NoYes, may request that the Board ask certain questions.
Marion Technical CollegeContact the Title IX Coordinator or Deputy Title IX Coordinator.Brenda Feasel, Title IX Coordinator
740-389-4636 ext. 289
[email protected]
Teresa Parker, Title IX Deputy Coordinator
740-389-4636 ext. 201
[email protected]
N/A
Mercy College of Northwest OhioContact the Title IX Coordinator.Jennifer Pizio, Title IX Coordinator
419-251-1710
[email protected]
Upon receipt of a complaint, an investigation into the case will begin within seven days. Interviews with both parties and collection of evidence will occur. If the investigating officer determines that a Title IX policy has occurred, a Hearing Panel will be established consisting of the VP of Student Affairs and two other individuals from a predetermined pool of trained faculty and staff. Within three business days of the conclusion of the hearing, the VP of Student Affairs will notify both parties, in writing, of the outcome of the hearing. If there is a policy violation, appropriate sanctions will be put in place. Appeals must be made in writing to the President of the College within seven business days of the written outcome report.Yes
Miami UniversityReport to the police OR the Deputy Title IX Coordinator: Rebecca Getson, 513-529-1870.Office of Equity and Equal Opportunity
513-529-7157
Rebecca Getson - [email protected]
Investigation will be completed by OEEO, which includes interviews with both parties and any relevant witnesses. OEEO will issue a report of the investigation with its determination if a violation has likely occurred. If either party is dissatisfied with the report, they can request that the Harrassment/Discrimination Review Panel Committee review the case. Disciplinary action will be taken, if necessary.Yes
Mount Vernon Nazarene UniversityReport to Resident Directors, Resident Assistants, Campus Safety, the police, OR the administrator for students life (740-397-9000).Melanie Timmerman, Title IX Coordinator
740-397-9000
[email protected]
The Title IX Coordinator will investigate, or appoint an investigator, to all formal complaints filed. During this investigation, a fact finding inquiry will take place which may include interviews with both parties and any witnesses and collection of any relevant documents. After the investigation, the Title IX Coordinator will provide both parties with a letter stating the outcome of the investigation, as well as any further actions the University will take. An appeal can be filed within five days of the final outcome notice sent by the Title IX Coordinator.YesNo
Muskingum UniversitySubmit a report online (https://publicdocs.maxient.com/incidentreport.php?MuskingumUniv) OR contact the Title IX Coordinator or Deputy Title IX.Janet Heeter-Bass, Title IX Coordinator
740-826-8083
[email protected]
Amber Zifzal, Deputy Title IX Coordinator
740-826-8087
[email protected]
Investigation is carried out by investigator appointed by Title IX Coordinator. After the investigation, a report will be made to the Title IX Coordinator and in cases of sexual violence, the resolution will likely be through the Community Standards Board. Sanctions will be imposed if appropriate. Appeals must be made in writing within five calendar days of the notice of sanctions.YesYes, through questions submitted to the chair of the board hearing
North Central State CollegeContact Title IX Coordinator.Title IX Coordinator
419-755-4704
Resolution may be informal or formal. In a formal resolution, the Title IX Coordinator will determine whether the allegation falls within the scope of the policy. If so, a trained investigator will conduct the investigation. At the close of the investigation, the investigator will prepare a written report on the findings, which both parties will have the opportunity to review and add comments. If the Title IX Coordinator determines that a preponderance of evidence does exist, the Dean of Student Services and Enrollment Management will be charged with assigning disciplinary actions. Appeals must be submitted in writing to the Title IX Coordinator within five decision days of the initial decision. Appeals are heard by the Discrimination Grievance Committee.Yes
Northeast Ohio Medical UniversityReport to Title IX Coordinator.Rojini Poth, Title IX Coordinator
330-325-6736
[email protected]
Investigation may be formal or informal. Cases of sexual violence will go through formal investigation. A formal investigation will include fact finding through interviews. Upon the completion of the investigation, if it is found that the individual more than likely committed a violation, then sanctions will be imposed. Appeals must be made within five business days of the official release of the decision.Yes
Northwest State Community CollegeContact the Title IX Coordinator or Title IX Deputy Director.Kathy Soards, Title IX Coordinator
419-267-1314
[email protected]
Cindy Krueger, Title IX Deputy Director
419-267-1233
[email protected]
N/A
Notre Dame CollegeReport to the Title IX Coordinator.

Susan Anderson, Title IX Coordinator
216-373-6396
[email protected]
Investigation may be formal or informal. In cases of formal resolution, the Title IX Coordinator will conduct the investigation within seven calendar days, which may include interviews with the Complainant, Respondent, and any relevant witnesses. At the conclusion of the investigation, a resolution will be determined. Appeals may be made by either party in writing to the conduct officer within seven calendar days of the decision.
Oberlin CollegeReport to the Title IX Coordinator OR report online (https://publicdocs.maxient.com/reportingform.php?OberlinCollege&layout_id=5).Office of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (Meredith Raimondo, Title IX Coordinator)
440-775-8555
[email protected]
An initial Title IX assessment will take place to determine the nature of the report. After the initial assessment, the Title IX Coordinator will determine the manner of resolution - either informal or formal. An investigation may be enacted, as well, to gather facts relevant to the case. The investigator will prepare a written report for the Title IX Coordinator and the Hearing Coordinator. After which, the Hearing Coordinator will determine if the threshold of factual evidence has been met for a hearing. The hearing panel will uncover factual findings, determine whether a violation has occurred, and recommend sanctions. Appeals must be submitted in writing to the Dean of Students within five business days of the written outcome.YesYes, by submitting questions to the Hearing Panel chair prior to the hearing.
Ohio Christian UniversityContact the Title IX Coordinator.David Pennington, Title IX Coordinator
N/A
Ohio Dominican UniversityReport to the Dean of Student Life or the Assistant Dean of Student Life.Office of the Dean of Student Life (Sharon Reed, Title IX Coordinator)
614-251-4593
[email protected]
Investigator will meet with the Complainant to initiate the investigation. If a possible violation occurred, investigation will continue and include interviews with the Respondent and any applicable witnesses. A resolution will be determined at the conclusion of the investigation. Appeals should be submitted in writing to the Title IX Coordinator within seven days of the official release of the outcome of the investigation.Yes
Ohio Northern UniversityContact Title IX Coodinator. If unavailable, contact one of the deputy Coordinators. Report may also be made to Dean of Students, any member of ResLife, University Security, or anonymous Campus Conduct Hotline.Nancy Sabol, Title IX Coordinator
419-722-2218
[email protected]
Brian Hofman, Deputy Title IX Coordinator
419-772-1878
[email protected]
LaShonde Gurley, Deputy Title IX Coordinator
419-772-3145
[email protected]
Violent acts of sexual misconduct, including sexual assault, must go to formal hearing before a board of three faculty members. Sanctions, if appropriate, are administered. Appeals are made to the University Board of Appeals, composed of six faculty members.YesYes, by submitting questions to the Disciplinary Board Chair in advance of the hearing who will then ask the questions of the students and/or witnesses.
Ohio University - Main CampusFill out incident report: https://www.ohio.edu/equity-civil-rights/student-sexual-misconduct.cfm OR contact the Office of Equity and Civil Rights Compliance and ask for the Title IX Coordinator.Office of Equity and Civil Rights Compliance
740-593-9132
[email protected]
Report is submitted, Title IX Coordinator is contacted, and resources/options meeting is held with the Complainant. ECRC serves as the official gatekeeper of the case (i.e., if the investigation moves forward). Investigative report is completed by the investigative team (2 members). Case moves to pre-hearing meetings where options for the hearing will be discussed with both the Respondent and the Complainant. The hearing authority will give the decision, and the Complainant and the Respondent will receive decision within 2 days. Either party may appeal in writing to the VP of Student Affairs within three business days of the initial decision.YesYes (indirectly through hearing authority, who will determine what questions are relevant).
Ohio University Southern*Refer to main campus*
Ohio University-Chillicothe*Refer to main campus*
Ohio Wesleyan UniversityReport to the Coordinator of Student Conduct and Title IX designee.Michael Esler, Office of Student Conduct, Title IX Designee
740-368-3175
[email protected]
Coordinator of Student Conduct will contact Complainant upon receipt of a complaint. Complainant will submit a signed accusation to Coordinator, and Coordinator will meet with Respondent to notify them of the accusation. Coordinator will then investigate the allegations to collect evidence to be used in the hearing before the Sexual Misconduct Hearing Panel. Appeals must be made to the Coordinator of Student Conduct within seven University days from the date of the outcome letter. Appeals go before a Sexual Misconduct Appeals Panel, whose decision is final.NoYes, indirectly through the Hearing Panel.
Otterbein UniversityReport to the Associate Dean of Students.Office of Dean of Students (Julie Saker, Deputy Title IX Coordinator
614-823-1554
[email protected]
Deputy Title IX Coordinator will meet with Complainant and Respondent to inform them of their rights and the University's complaint process. Depending on severity of allegation, investigation/resolution may be done formally or informally. Upon completion of the investigation, the investigator will submit a written report to the Title IX Coordinator for final review of facts and evidence. The Title IX Coordinator will forward the final report with recommendations of resolution and sanctions to the respective VP or Provost. Appeals must be submitted to the Title IX Coordinator within seven days of the final report, who will then forward the report, the file, and request for appeal to the President's designee.YesYes, indirectly through the investigator of the case.
Owens Community CollegeSubmit online: https://publicdocs.maxient.com/incidentreport.php?OwensCC or contact Title IX Coordinator.Office of Equal Opportunity and Inclusiveness
567-661-7292
[email protected]
Title IX Coordinator is responsible for conducting the investigation, which will include interviews of both parties, as well as any relevant witnesses. The Title IX Coordinator will complete a written report with a summary of the findings and specific recommendations, if necessary. The Director of Student Life and Student Conduct will determine sanctions under the Student Code of Conduct, if appropriate. Appeals may be made to the appeal body within seven business days of the initial report of findings/sanctions.
Pontifical College JosephinumContact the Title IX Coordinator.Vice President for Administration, Title IX Coordinator
614-985-2230
[email protected]
N/A
Shawnee State UniversityReport to Title IX Coordinator OR file anonymous report (https://secure.ethicspoint.com/domain/media/en/gui/7249/index.html).Malonda Johnson, Associate Director of Human Resources, Title IX Coordinator
740-351-3484
[email protected]
Upon receipt of a report, the Title IX Coordinator will make a preliminary assessment of the nature and severity of the complaint. This meeting usually happens with the Complainant. The Coordinator will make the decision as to whether the resolution will be done informally or formally.
Sinclair Community CollegeContact the Title IX Coordinator.Janet Jones, Director of Human Resources and EEO
937-512-2514
[email protected]
After receipt of the complaint, the Title IX Coordinator will initiate an investigation, which will include a meeting with both parties, as well as any relevant witnesses. At the conclusion of the investigation, a report will be prepared with all findings and evidence. The Title IX Coordinator will then determine if there is sufficient evidence that a violation has occurred. Sanctions will be imposed, if appropriate. Appeals or requests for hearing may be made in writing to the Vice President for Organizational Development.
Southern State Community CollegeContact either Title IX Coordinator.James Bland, VP of Student Affairs & Enrollment Management, Title IX Coordinator
800-628-7722 ext. 2510
Mindy Markey-Grabill, Director of Human Resources, Title IX Coordinator
800-628-7722 ext. 2550
Title IX Coordinator will conduct an initial investigation to determine if the alleged violation falls within the scope of the policy. The case will then move onto a hearing conducted by a Student Disciplinary Committee. The committee will then determine by majority vote whether the Respondent has committed the violation. Sanctions will be imposed by the VP of Student Affairs & Enrollment Management. Appeals may be made in writing to the President within five working days of the initial decision.YesYes
Stark State College of TechnologyIn cases of alleged discrimination or harassment, use form: http://www.starkstate.edu/public/system/uploads/files/HR/Complaint-Form.pdf. For all other cases, contact the Title IX Coordinator.Diane Tsenekos, Title IX Coordinator
330-494-6170 ext. 4424
[email protected]
When a victim of assault files charges against a student and an arrest is made, Ohio Revised Code Section 3345.22 is exercised. This requires the college to hold a hearing within five days of the to determine whether the student should remain in school or be immediately suspended.Yes
Terra Community CollegeContact the Title IX Coordinator or Deputy Title IX Coordinators.Heath Martin, Title IX Coordinator
419-559-2350
[email protected]
Nancy Kosanka, Deputy Title IX Coordinator
419-559-2465
[email protected]
Jack Fatica, Deputy Title IX Coordinator
419-559-2381
[email protected]
Upon receipt of the complaint, the Title IX Coordinator will conduct an investigation to determine if the claim is likely to be substantiated. If so, the formal process will be used according to the Student Code of Conduct. The hearing will be before a Student Discipline Committee who will determine, by majority vote, if a violation of the policy has occurred. The VP for Student and Administrative Affairs is responsible for passing down sanctions. Appeals may be made in writing within five school days of the initial decision to the VP for Student and Administrative Affairs. Appeals will be reviewed by the Discipline Appeals Committee.YesYes, indirectly
The College of WoosterReport to Title IX Coordinator OR report online: https://selectsurvey.wooster.edu//TakeSurvey.aspx?SurveyID=n6KL68lKAngela Johnston, Title IX Coordinator
330-263-2141
[email protected]
N/ANo
The Ohio State UniversityContact Deputy Title IX Coordinator in the Student Conduct Dept. of the Office of Student Life by phone or email.Office of Student Life, Student Conduct Dept. Deputy Title IX Coordinator
614-292-0748
[email protected]
Investigation takes about 60 days to complete, including initiating the investigation, conducting fact-finding, holding a hearing, and determining what actions the university will take. Interim measures may be used to prevent contact between the accused and accuser. Sanctions, if appropriate, will be administered. May only appeal once.Yes; one advisor may be present during meetings, and this does not preclude attorneys.The student can cross-examine the other party, as well as any witnesses, but it must go through the Coordinator of the hearing (i.e., the student may not directly cross-examine). Advisors cannot cross-examine.
The University of FindlayContact the Title IX Coordinator or the Title IX Investigator.Brandi Laurita, Title IX Coordinator
419-434-4663
[email protected]
Matt Bruskotter, Title IX Investigator
419-434-5599
[email protected]
Investigations will be carried out by trained University personnel, including the Title IX Coordinator and the Title IX Investigator. Investigations will include interviews and document review. After the investigation, the team will create a Statement of Evidence that explains what evidence the team believes to be true. Both parties will be allowed to review the Standard of Evidence and provide a final interview. Only cases involving suspension or expulsion may be subject to appeal. Appeals must be filed in writing to the Title IX Investigator no later than 72 hours after the Decision Letter has been delivered by the investigation team.Yes
Tiffin UniversityContact Title IX Coordinator OR report online: https://publicdocs.maxient.com/reportingform.php?TiffinUniv&layout_id=40.Sharon Perry-Fantini, Assistant VP for Diversity and Equity, Title IX Coordinator
419-448-3504
[email protected]
Title IX Investigators will complete investigation, including interviewing all parties involved and gathering a witness list. The investigators will then make a findings report. The report will recommend sanctions in collaboration with the Title IX Coordinator.The Title IX Coordinator will complete the recommendation letter to be reviewed by the President. A Letter of Outcome will be provided to the accused and accuser. Appeal petition must be filed within three days of letter of outcome in writing to the President. Appeals go before an Appeals committee comprised of three individuals.Yes
Union Institute & UniversitySubmit in writing to the Title IX Coordinator.Patricia Burke, Human Resources Department, Title IX Coordinator
513-487-1287
[email protected]
The Title IX Coordinator will conduct an initial assessment of the complaint to determine the appropriate course of action - either through informal or formal process. In a formal process, the Title IX Coordinator will send notice of the complaint to the Respondent with seven business days of finalizing the complaint. The Title IX Coordinator will conduct a thorough and fair investigation within 60 days of the initiation of the complaint. If the Coordinator finds violation, he/she will forward their report to the VP of Academic Affairs to determine sanctions. Either party may file a written appeal to the President of the University within 15 business days of the outcome decision letter.
University of AkronContact the SCCS or the Title IX Coordinator for student sex-based offenses (Mike Strong, 330-972-6593, [email protected]).Department of Student Conduct and Community Standards (SCCS)
330-972-6380
Notice will be sent to anyone alleged to be in violation. The student is required to meet with an officer in the SCCS. The student will be requested to make a statement, but it is not required. The student can then request a hearing before a student conduct administrator or a university hearing board. The hearing board will compile a report with the findings of the hearing, as well as any sanctions, if appropriate. Either party will have five business days from the notice of the hearing to appeal the decision to the university appeals board.YesYes
University of CincinnatiContact Title IX Coordinator (Jyl Shaffer, 513-556-3349) OR file online report (https://publicdocs.maxient.com/reportingform.php?UnivofCincinnati&layout_id=10).Title IX Office
513-556-2221
Title IX Coordinator will meet with Complainant to discuss resources and next steps. Within seven days of the complaint, the Deputy Title IX Coordinator will meet with the Respondent to discuss the Title IX process, as well as the complaint alleged against them. Within 14 days of the filing of the complaint, the Deputy Title IX Coordinator will interview any witnesses and collect any relevant materials. After the investigation, the Deputy Title IX Coordinator will provide both parties with an interim investigation report to review. Both parties will be able to comment in writing about the report. The final report will be given to the Office of University Judical Affairs within five weeks of the initial complaint for the adjudication process. Case is heard by an administrative review committee consisting of faculty and students. The committee will seek to reach consensus. After the hearing, the committee will send its final recommendation to the Dean of Students. Dean of Students will review recommended sanctions and make final decision. Appeals may be made within five days of the sanction decision letter.YesYes
University of Cincinnati Clermont CollegeContact Deputy Title IX Coordinator OR file online: https://publicdocs.maxient.com/reportingform.php?UnivofCincinnati&layout_id=10.Jennifer M. Radt, Deputy for UC-Clermont College
513-732-5327
[email protected]
*Refer to University of Cincinnati Main Campus for more information.*
University of DaytonContact the Title IX Coordinator/Equity Compliance Officer (David Supusic) OR file formal report online (https://www.udayton.edu/finadmin/campus/nondiscrimination/_resources/pages/complaint_formpage.php).Equity Compliance Office
937-229-3615
[email protected]
Within three business days of receipt of complaint, an initial investigation will be conducted to determine if a policy violation has occurred. If a violation is likely to have occurred, the case will then go to an informal or formal process. In the formal process, the Title IX Coordinator will assign an investigatory team to the case to conduct a thorough and fair investigation. The team must compile a report of its findings to be used by the Hearing Board, and also must determine if probable cause exists to believe a violation has occurred. Both parties will be asked to submit oral (through an interview) and written statements. The case will then go to the Office of Community Standards and Civility for an accountability hearing. Appeal requests must be submitted within three business days of the notice of final decision to the Dean of Students. If request meets standards for appeal, then the appeal will go to the Judicial Review Committee.YesYes
University of Mount UnionReport to Associate Dean of Students/Title IX Coordinator.Michelle Gaffney, Associate Dean of Students, Title IX Coordinator
330-823-7288
[email protected]
Resolution may be informal or formal. After a report has been filed formally, the Title IX Coordinator will discuss with Claimant the complaint. The Coordinator will then meet with the Respondent to discuss the acusation. Investigation of a complaint may include interviewing other persons necessary to obtain sufficient information. A hearing will be scheduled before an administrative hearing officer or Student Conduct Board, as assigned by the Dean of Students. The officer or Board will make a determination of responsibility. Appeals must be filed in writing within five business days of the hearing decision. Appeals will be heard by the university appeals board, composed of one faculty member and one student.No
University of Northwestern OhioFill out form: http://www.unoh.edu/files/title-ix/titleix.pdf and email OR contact Title IX Coordinator for students.Danielle McClure, Title IX Coordinator for Students
419-998-3157
[email protected]
If the student disputes the investigative findings brought against them, the student may request a formal hearing within three days of the investigator's notice of findings. The hearing will be two parts in front of a Disciplinary Review Board: determination of violation and determination of sanction. The board will determine these issues by majority vote. After the hearing, the board will give their decisions to the Director of Safety Services. Appeals may be made in writing to the Director of Safety Services within three days of the Disciplinary Review Board's decision.Yes
University of Rio Grande/Rio Grande Community CollegeContact the Title IX Coordinator in the Affirmative Action Office or Campus Police.Affirmative Action Office
740-245-7228
An officer will interview the Complainant and the Respondent, as well as any relevant witnesses. The officer will present the outcomes of the investigation to both parties. Either party may elect a formal hearing. Sanctions may be imposed, if appropriate.
University of ToledoFill out incident report OR contact deputy Title IX Coordinators: https://publicdocs.maxient.com/reportingform.php?UnivofToledo&layout_id=7Mary Martinez, Office of Inclusion, Title IX Coordinator for students
419-530-8585
419-530-2508
After a claim has been filed, the Office of Inclusion will assign one or more investigators to the case. Investigators will then submit a written summary of the investigation to the University Inclusion Officer. The University Inclusion Officer will review the summary with the appropriate administrators. The officer will then make a final recommendation which will be forwarded to the Office of Student Conduct. Charges of sexual misconduct will be heard by a Title IX adjudication panel that consists of five trained faculty and staff members. At the conclusion of the hearing, the panel will decide by majority vote if a violation has occurred. Sanctions will be recommended and implemented, if necessary. Appeals must be filed within five business days of the decision to the student conduct officer.NoYes, indirectly
Urbana UniversityContact Title IX Coordinator OR file a report anonymously at 937-772-9338 (email: [email protected]).Nick Christian, Associate Dean of Students for Professional Development, Title IX Coordinator
937-772-9284
[email protected]
Title IX Coordinator makes an initial assessment of the situation and determine whether a policy violation has occurred. Coordinator will explain the conduct procedures to the reporting party. A full investigation will be conducted under the appointment of trained investigators by the Title IX Coordinator. Investigators will interview both parties, as well as any relevant witnesses. They will give their report to the Title IX Coordinator, who will then make recommendations for sanctions. The President will review the report and recommendations, and if a violation is found to have occurred, the Dean of Students will administer the sanctions. Appeals must be made in writing to the Title IX Coordinator within five calendar days of the final decision. Requests for appeal will be reviewed by the Senior VP for Administration or the VP for Enrollment and Student Affairs.
Ursuline UniversityContact Title IX Coordinator OR Deputy Title IX CoordinatorDeanne Hurley, VP of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management, Title IX Coordinator
440-646-8108
[email protected]
Kelli Knaus, Director of Human Resources, Deputy Title IX Coordinator
440-646-8316
[email protected]
Title IX Coordinator will meet with student and request they put their complaint in writing. Coordinator will then conduct an initial investigation by interviewing the Complainant, the Respondent, and any relevant witnesses. If a violation has been found to occurred, the case will continue in either an informal or formal process. In a formal process, the Respondent will have a chance to respond in writing to the allegations presented. The Title IX Coordinator will meet with both parties to interview them, as well as any witnesses. At the conclusion of the investigation, the Title IX Coordinator will prepare a written report and proposed resolution and/or sanctions to the President.NoNo
Walsh UniversityContact the Title IX Coordinator.Amy Malaska, Title IX Coordinator, VP for Student Affairs/Dean of Students
330-490-7321
[email protected]
When a complaint is received, an initial review will be conducted by a designated Title IX Investigator Then, the initial review will be followed by a resolution process, which is to be determined by the Title IX Reviewer in consultation with the Complainant.Yes
Wilberforce UniversityReport to VP of Student Services.Office of the Vice President of Student ServicesA student who has been accused of sexual misconduct will be informed of writing of the claim and the hearing date and time. Sexual misconduct cases will be heard by a specially convened panel of listeners appointed by the VP of Student Services. The findings of the hearing will be provided to both parties. An appeal must be made in writing within 48 hours of the date of the notification.Yes
Wilmington CollegeContact the Title IX Coordinator.Sigrid Solomon, VP for Student Affairs and Dean of Students
937-481-2270 ext. 270
[email protected]
Upon receipt of a complaint, the Title IX Coordinator will conduct an investigation, which may include interviews of both parties, as well as any relevant witnesses. The Coordinator will then determine a preponderance of evidence and determine appropriate sanctions, if necessary. Either party may appeal the Title IX Coordinator's decision to the Judicial Board. Such appeals should be made in writing to the VP for Student Affairs within five days of notification of final decision.YesYes, indirectly and at the discretion of the Judicial Board
Wittenberg UniversityContact Title IX Coordinator, Deputy Coordinator, OR file report online (https://publicdocs.maxient.com/reportingform.php?WittenbergUniv&layout_id=1).Casey Gill, Dean of Students, Title IX Coordinator
937-327-7801
[email protected]
Krystal Reeb, Director of Student Conduct, Deputy Coordinator
937-327-7801
[email protected]
Within seven days of receipt of a complaint, the Title IX Coordinator will conduct an initial investigation to identify what violations may have possibly been occurred and to discuss the context of the incident. If deemed necessary, a full investigation will take place to determine if there is reasonable cause that a student violated university policy. The investigation will include interviews with the Complainant, Respondent, and all relevant witnesses. The investigators will prepare a hearing report of the investigation, which will be given to both the Complainant and Respondent within two days of the hearing. The hearing will be before a panel. The panel will then deliberate after the hearing and compile a report with their recommendations, including sanctions if appropriate. Appeals must be submitted in writing to the Office of Student Conduct within three class days after receipt of the written decision.YesYes
Wright State UniversityContact the Title IX Coordinator (the Director of the Office of Equity and Inclusion) or the Deputy Title IX Coordinator for students (Asst. VP for Student Affairs, 937-775-4240)Office of Equity and Inclusion (OEI)
937-775-3027
[email protected]
A mediator from OEI will meet with the Complainant to discuss charges and to determine if the charge is a possible policy violation. Initial attempt at resolution will be informal, but if this is unsatisfactory, an investigation will be conducted. The investigation will include interviews with both parties, as well as any relevant witnesses. The mediator will once again try to seek common understanding between both parties. If unsuccessful, the mediator will inform the Complainant of the formal complaint proceedings through the Discrimination Hearing Board. A pre-hearing conference will be held with both parties and all members of the board to determine any necessary evidence or witnesses for the hearing and to simplify the issues. The hearing will then be held within ten days of the pre-hearing conference. The board will then submit to the provost or relevant VP, the Complainant, Respondent, and OEI their findings and any recommendations for sanctions. Final sanctions will be given by the provost or relevant VP. Appeals may be made to the Office of Community Standards and Student Conduct within five business days after the date of the hearing decision.Yes
Xavier UniversityContact Title IX Coordinator.Title IX Office
[email protected]
513-745-3046
Title IX Coordinator will thoroughly investigate all complaints of sexual misconduct. After the investigation, the Title IX Coordinator will prepare a written report, summarizing the facts and any observations made during the investigation. The report will also assess whether the Respondent violated any of the policy. The Respondent will be informed in writing of the charges and can either accept or deny responsibility. If responsibility is denied, the matter will proceed to a hearing. All hearings will be heard by a Hearing Officer or a Hearing Panel at Level 1 or 2 hearings. Level 1 hearings are typically for violations that are most serious or egregious in nature. Written outcome of hearing, along with any sanctions, will be given to the Respondent within five business days of the hearing. Appeals must be filed in writing within five business days after receipt of the outcome of the hearing.No
Youngstown State UniversityContact the Title IX Coordinator OR Deputy Title IX Coordinator for students.Cynthia A. Kravitz, Title IX Coordinator
Emily Wollet, Deputy Title IX Coordinator for Students
330-941-2216 330-941-7208
In an informal resolution, the Title IX Coordinator will typically interview the Complainant, sometimes the Respondent, and any other relevant witnesses. Informal resolutions will not be used in cases of sexual assault or violence. In a formal resolution, the Title IX Coordinator will interview both parties and any relevant witnesses, as well as review documentary evidence. At the conclusion of the investigation, the Coordinator will prepare a report setting forth the allegations, the findings, and recommended action to be taken, if any. Both the Complainant and Respondent, as well as appropriate University officials will be notified of this report; the Respondent will be specifically informed of recommended disciplinary action.
Zane State CollegeContact the Title IX Coordinator or Deputy Title IX Coordinator.Office of Human Resources
740-588-1285
N/A

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