Title IX is a law that prohibits inappropriate behavior based on a person’s sex or gender campus. That includes everything from sexist jokes to being mistreated because of your gender (perceived of otherwise) to sexual assault.
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- Definition of Affirmative Consent (Yes means Yes)
- Students’ Bill of Rights
- Title IX Reporting Options
For full information about Title IX and how SUNY Broome Community College strives to support those affected by sexual misconduct, please visit our SUNY Broome Title IX webpage.
Should you have any questions that you cannot find the answers to, or if you just want to talk to someone, please contact the SUNY Broome Community College Title IX Coordinator, Shelli Reals, at +1 (607) 778-5681 or by emailing email@example.com.
Crime Victims Assistance Center (CVAC), the local rape crisis & victim services agency in Broome County, provides SUNY Broome students with a confidential campus advocate. Download the Campus Advocate FAQ for additional information.