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In all reported cases of sexual misconduct, the College will conduct a fact-finding investigation to the best of its ability. In cases where the Victim wishes to become a Complainant, this investigative report is provided to the Student Conduct Administrator for a threshold analysis.

In cases where the Victim does not wish to become a Complainant, the College has 2 (two) options:

  1. The College may attempt to resolve the complaint in a manner consistent with the Victim’s request. This may include holding the report for action at a later date.
  2. The College may pursue a judicial hearing against the Alleged Offender named in the investigation. Under these circumstances, the College would take into consideration the nature of the assault, the safety of the Victim and the campus community, as well as the previous disciplinary history and previous allegations of sexual misconduct.