Title IX and Sexual Assault/Harassment
Lyndon State College prohibits dating violence, domestic violence, sexual assault, sexual misconduct, and stalking. These acts not only violate a person’s feelings of trust and safety but can also substantially interfere with a person’s education or employment. If you are the victim of any of these prohibited acts, please refer to the following for the Vermont State Colleges’ and Lyndon State College’s related procedures, as well as information about counseling, health, mental health, victim advocacy, legal assistance, visa and immigration assistance, student financial aid and other services available to victims at the College and in the community.
If you feel unsafe or threatened or if you wish to report an incident, contact:
- George Hacking, Director of Public Safety, ASAC 115, 802-626-6432
- Jonathan Davis, Dean of Students/Title IX & Policy 311 Coordinator, Rita Bole 303, 802-626-6418
- Kate Gold, Director of Advising Resources/Policy 311 Coordinator, LAC 324, 802-626-4860
- Sandy Franz, Director of Human Resources, Vail 357, 802-626-4865
- Public Safety, ASAC 118, 802-626-6452
Policies and Resources
- VSC Policy 311 - Nondiscrimination and Prevention of Harassment and Related Unprofessional Conduct
- Policy 311 Procedures
- VSC Policy 311-A - Sexual Misconduct, Domestic Violence, Dating Violence, Sexual Assault and Stalking
- Policy 311-A Procedures
- Victim Rights and Options Summary
- Sexual Assault Resource Guide, which includes tips on risk reduction, bystander intervention, and safety, as well as options and resources for victims.
- Vermont Victim Services Resource Directory