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Title Nine

Reporting to the College

A report of sexual misconduct may be made at any time. Members of the College community are encouraged to make reports promptly in order to maximize the College’s ability to respond and take appropriate action. An individual who has witnessed or has knowledge about an incident of sexual misconduct may report the incident even if the Complainant was not the person against whom such misconduct was directed. Reports of sexual misconduct must be reported to the Title IX Coordinator.

Christopher Moy, Title IX Coordinator
900 Hungerford Drive, Room 315G
Rockville, MD 20850

Or individuals can report to one of the Title IX Team members:
Jamin Bartolomeo, Collegewide Dean of Student Access and Germantown Student Affairs
Tonya Mason, Collegewide Dean for Student Success and Rockville Student Affairs
Kristen Roe, Youth Protection Coordinator/Deputy Title IX Coordinator
Clemmie Solomon, Collegewide Dean of Student Engagement and TP/SS Spring Dean of Student Affairs

Additionally, reports of sexual misconduct can be made to any “Responsible Employee".

For student Complaints, Responsible College Employees are:

  • Instructional Faculty and Faculty Department Chairs
  • Coaches
  • Athletic trainers
  • Administrators (including but not limited to the Title IX Coordinator)
  • Campus Security Officers
  • Other employees with a responsibility for student welfare

For employee Complaints, Responsible College Employees are:  

  • Administrators (including but not limited to the Title IX Coordinator and the Director of Employee Relations, Diversity, and Inclusion)
  • Supervisors
  • Campus Security Officers

At the time a report is made, a Complainant does not have to decide whether or not to request any particular course of action, nor does a Complainant need to know how to label what happened. Choosing to make a report, and deciding how to proceed after making a report, can be a process that unfolds over time. The College provides support that can assist each individual in making these important decisions and to the extent possible and reasonable will respect an individual’s autonomy in deciding how to proceed. In this process, the College will balance the individual’s interest with its obligation to provide a safe and non-discriminatory environment for all members of the College community.

The College reserves sole discretion and the right to take whatever measures it deems necessary in response to an allegation of sexual misconduct in order to protect students’ and employee rights and personal safety and the College community. Such measures include, but are not limited to:

  • reassignment of classes as available or removal from classes;
  • change in work schedule or job assignment;
  • interim suspension from campus or college imposed leave
  • no contact orders
  • escort service
  • reporting the matter to law enforcement.

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