Information for Involved Parties
At any point in the Title IX process, regardless of whether a Formal Complaint has been filed or not, both parties (Complainant and Respondent) have rights. Students, Faculty and Staff participating in any resolution process or complaint process have the right to:
- A full, fair and impartial proceeding
- Information about the potential policy violation(s) in question
- Supply information on potential witnesses
- Supply written statements
- The ability to have an advisor of choice at all meetings and proceedings
- The ability to review all evidence and documents that will be used to make a determination
- The respondent will be presumed not responsible until the resolution of a disciplinary process
All individuals have the right to support and resources. Below, please find information for each party.
Information for Complainants
Information for Student Complainants (PDF, 4 pages)
Information for Employee Complainants (PDF, 4 pages)
Information for Respondents
Information for Student Respondents (PDF, 4 pages)
Information for Employee Respondents (PDF, 4 pages)
Information for Witnesses
Information for Witnesses (PDF, 2 pages)
If you have questions about Title IX, questions about the Evergreen processes available, or want to discuss options, please contact the Title IX Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Title IX Coordinator can work with individuals to provide supportive measures, regardless of whether a Formal Complaint and a process is initiated.