Any student, faculty, staff member, or applicant for admission or education who has concerns about sex discrimination or sexual misconduct is encouraged to seek the assistance of a Title IX coordinator.

Processing of Complaints

After making a report, a victim/survivor of a gender-based misconduct or sexual harassment may decide to file a complaint. Filing a complaint means that an individual decides to move forward with the St. Norbert College due process that begins with an investigation. At the time of filing a complaint, the option to invoke the criminal process with the appropriate police department is also made available (in circumstances where this is applicable).

Title IX Complaint Form
 
All complaints of alleged sexual misconduct, gender-based and relationship violence and harassment are investigated under the oversight of the Title IX coordinator. Title IX coordinator and Title IX deputy coordinators will make a determination as to whether an investigation is warranted based on the information provided and available regarding the complaint. Efforts will be made to complete investigations as expeditiously as possible, but certainly within 60 business days. When an investigation warrants additional time, all parties will be notified in writing. After the receipt of a complaint, the Title IX coordinator and Title IX deputy coordinators will take action to reduce the potential for risk, as appropriate, according to St. Norbert College’s legal obligations to protect the welfare of the community.