How to Report to the College
Anyone who has experienced sex discrimination, sexual harassment or sexual misconduct is strongly encouraged to report their experience to the college. This will enable the college to provide support/resources/protection, take measures to stop the behavior and prevent it from recurring in the future. There are many different ways for an individual to report to the college:
- Contact the Title IX Coordinator or Deputy Title IX Coordinator:
- Title IX Coordinator: Peggy Torrance, 218.299.3339, TitleIX@cord.edu
- Director of Student Conduct and Deputy Title IX Coordinator: Anne Teitelman, 218.299.4326, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Director of Public Safety: William MacDonald, 218.299.4358, email@example.com
- Athletic Director: Rachel Bergeson, 218.299.4728, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Associate Dean of the College: Stephanie Ahlfeldt, 218.299.3740, email@example.com
- CLV Operations Director: J. Warren Schulze, 218.299.8502, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Submit a report online. You may include your name and contact information or do so anonymously. This will go directly to the Title IX Coordinator.
Anonymous reporting form
- You are able to report anonymously by phone by calling the Campus Conduct Hotline, an independent organization, available 24/7 at 866.943.5787. Reports will be forwarded to the Title IX Coordinator.
Reporting to the college does not obligate you to initiate a formal complaint or file a report with law enforcement. Reporting your experience to the college will enable the college to offer you support, resources and appropriate protective measures.
Reporting Sexual Harassment or Misconduct That Has Happened to Someone Else
With the exception of college-identified confidential resources, all college employees who become aware of incidents or allegations of sex discrimination, sexual harassment, or sexual misconduct, must report the matter to the college. This obligation extends to student employees in the course of their work-related activities. All other individuals are strongly encouraged to report to the college as well.
You can submit the online reporting form, which will go directly to the Title IX Coordinator. Unless you are a college employee, you can choose to complete it anonymously. If you are a college employee, including a student employee who received information about sexual misconduct or sexual harassment as a result of your employment, you must provide your name and contact information.
Unless you are a college employee, or a student employee who has received information about sexual harassment or sexual misconduct as a result of your employment, you can report anonymously by calling the Campus Conduct Hotline, an independent organization, available 24/7, at 866.943.5787.