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Reinhardt University Title IX Policy

Jurisdiction

Reinhardt University reserves the right to determine the jurisdiction of an alleged violation based upon the facts and evidence related to the incident. Reinhardt University reserves the right to adjudicate violations of the Code of Conduct or Employee/Faculty Handbook wherever they may occur.

Retaliation

Retaliating directly or indirectly against a person who has in good faith made a report under the policies of Reinhardt University or participated in an investigation of a complaint of any act as defined in the student, faculty, and employee handbook is prohibited. Retaliation includes but is not limited to ostracizing the person; pressuring the person to drop or not support the complaint or to provide false or misleading information; engaging in conduct that may reasonably be perceived to affect adversely that person's educational, living, or work environment; threatening, intimidating, or coercing the person; or otherwise discriminating against any person for exercising their rights or responsibilities under this policy. Depending on the circumstances, retaliation may also be unlawful. Retaliation under this policy may be found whether or not the complaint is ultimately found to have merit. Complaints of retaliation should be reported to the Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students or the Director of Human Resources.

No Contact Directive

When a No Contact Directive has been put in place, the individual is to have no contact with, nor be in the presence of, the other involved party. This includes all forms and means of contact or communication, either by yourself or through others, including personal contact or communications by phone, e-mail, text, Facebook, or through friends or others acting on your behalf. This also includes making electronic outreaches to or statements about them through blogs or other social media, 'tagging' them in comments, or otherwise through online message boards or internet sites. Furthermore, if the individual finds himself/herself in the same location as this individual, he/she is required to immediately remove himself/herself from that location. This No Contact Directive applies both on and off campus. Any infraction of this restriction may result in disciplinary action.

Non-Discrimination Policy

Reinhardt University is an equal opportunity institution. The University is committed to providing equal education and employment opportunities to all qualified persons regardless of their economic situation or social status. Reinhardt does not discriminate in any of its policies, programs, or activities on the basis of race, color, age, culture, national origin, socioeconomic status, gender, gender identity, religious belief, sexual orientation, physical (dis)ability or genetic information. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies: Director of Human Resources, Reinhardt University, 7300 Reinhardt Circle, Waleska, GA 30183, 770-720-5897.

 

Report a title ix violation

Reinhardt University Title IX: Student Reference Manual


Who to Contact

Teresa McPherson
Title IX Coordinator
Director of Human Resources
Burgess Administration Building
770-720-5897
TEM@reinhardt.edu

Reinhardt Public Safety
Lower Level of East Apartments
Non Emergency Phone:
(770) 720-5789
Emergency Phone:
(770) 720-5911
public_safety@reinhardt.edu

Derek Struchtemeyer
Director of Counseling Services
Hasty Student Life Center
770-720-5549
DLS1@reinhardt.edu