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Office of Compliance and Title IX

Title IX Mandatory Training

03/03/2017 10:35 am

*All trainings will be held in the faculty dining room, 2nd floor, Burpee Center.

Reporting Form

11/18/2016 3:40 pm

TITLE IX REPORTING FORM

Reporting Title IX/ Sexual Misconduct: Sexual Assault, Dating and Domestic Violence, Stalking, including Discrimination, Harassment, and Retaliation

We take incidents of sexual misconduct and gender and other  discrimination seriously as an institution.  Please know that your concern will be responded to within the time frame listed. This form is used to report incidents of domestic and dating violence, sexual assault, stalking and discrimination or harassment of sex and gender-based concerns.

Looking to report anonymously? Click Here.

Directions for completing the Adobe fillable form: Adobe icon image

**If you  receive a message stating the PDF cannot be read,  select Open With Different Viewer from upper right part of the website.

  • Select  and save file as: Title IX Reporting Form from a computer (form may not open with all mobile devices.
  • After completing the form, use the purple submit form button located at the top of the page and follow the prompts to submit your form by email.

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Return Form: Save completed form, scan and send to LMcghee@rockford.edu

You also have the option to bring or mail the form to:

Rockford University
Compliance and Title IX Office
5050 E. State Street
Rockford, IL 61108

DEPARTMENT INFORMATION

Office of Compliance and Title IX

LaShun McGhee
Compliance and Title IX Coordinator
815-226-2842
Burpee Center, Student Life Suite 5050 E. State Street Rockford, IL 61108

LMcGhee@rockford.edu

Hours:
Mon-Fri- 8:30am to 5:00pm

Resources

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RESOURCES FOR PARENTS AND VISITORS

We provide a number of resources for parents and visitors of the University.

If you have a specific question about our Title IX process please see the Title IX Policy and Procedure wepage.

Know your rights sexual violence This page informs you of the federal expectations and your student’s rights regarding RU’s obligation to respond and support.

Students Rights Pregnant and Parenting This document informs you of the federal expectations and your student’s rights regarding RU’s obligation to accommodate and the student’s role.

Dean of Students Office This webpage will direct to our Dean of Student Life

We will continue to update resources for parents and visitors

We will share various tips and highlight certain topics for parents and third parties throughout the semester.

COMING SOON: Please watch for information regarding discrimination and harassment of underrepresented populations.

Please see our prevention education page for additional information regarding current programs

Resources and Various Information:

30 Domestic Violence Statistics

Losing a loved on to domestic violence

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Get the Facts

We can help should a student or employee experience these types of concerns at Rockford University.  Students may talk with our Lang Health Center for support, parents may also call the Compliance and Title IX Office with questions.  If a student should experience dating or domestic violence on campus and wish to have university response,  we have several resources to assist a student.  Please visit our Title IX main page or our title IX policy.

Third Parties

Bystander if you witness or are aware of information regarding an act of domestic or sexual violence, we encourage to you share that information with campus officials.

If you would like to participate in campus training, please contact our Title IX Coordinator.

 

Return to main Title IX Office page

DEPARTMENT INFORMATION

Office of Compliance and Title IX

LaShun McGhee
Compliance and Title IX Coordinator
815-226-2842
Burpee Center, Student Life Suite 5050 E. State Street Rockford, IL 61108

LMcGhee@rockford.edu

Hours:
Mon-Fri- 8:30am to 5:00pm

Frequently Asked Questions

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

FAQ Parents and Third Parties

 

Are there rights for my son or daughter who has been a victim of incidents of sexual, domestic or dating violence and stalking concerns?

Yes, we have a full process that guide our efforts and have recently established an office for compliance and equity of sex and gender based concerns.

Are there rights for my son or daughter who has been accused of such incidents?

Yes, please see the rights of reporting and responding student section or title ix policy for a list of rights.

My friend or family member has been subject to sexual misconduct, what should I do?

Believe. Someone affected by sexual violence needs to know that their friends and family believe them

Where can I find the RU Annual Campus Safety report?

The Annual Campus Safety and Security report is published to provide information including crime statistics and policies and procedures concerning alcohol, drugs, sexual assault and general safety on The Rockford University campus.  The report can be accessed by going to the Campus Safety and Security Website . Anyone, including prospective students and employees, may obtain a paper copy of the report by contacting Campus Safety and Security.

 

What happens after a report is filed?

Filing a Title IX report, the University will provide information about appropriate interim measures designed to prevent further acts of discrimination, harassment, misconduct or retaliation. Upon review of the allegations, the Title IX Coordinator, will determine what, if any, interim measures are necessary to prevent further harm and to provide a safe educational and/or work environment.

Potential interim measures include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Options for on- and/or off-campus medical treatment, counseling and other related services, including access to a Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner;
  • If any party resides in University housing, options for alternate housing arrangements, including immediate relocation to different University housing;
  • Options for altering academic class schedules/obligations;
  • Options for altering student organization schedules/obligations;
  • Options for alternative transportation to criminal and/or court proceedings;
  • Options for seeking assistance from local law enforcement;
  • Options for receiving a University no-contact order; and
  • Options for seeking a judicial no-contact, restraining and/or protective order.

The interim remedies described above are available to student witnesses, respondents and accused parties.

 

How is a Title IX investigation different from a criminal investigation?

A criminal investigation undertaken by the police seeks to determine whether an individual violated criminal law. An individual who is found guilty of such a crime following a police investigation and trial may be imprisoned. In contrast, Title IX investigations conducted by Rockford University determine whether a respondent has violated the University policy on sexual misconduct and what disciplinary actions are appropriate. The University follows a “preponderance of the evidence” standard, which requires the evidence supporting a finding of responsibility to be more convincing than the information in opposition to it or, in other words, that it is more likely than not the alleged conduct occurred.

An individual has the right to pursue a university investigation by filing a complaint with the Title IX Coordinator, LaShun McGhee, and to pursue criminal charges through the police. A complainant may elect to file a complaint with the University, the police or both at the same time. While Rockford University may provide information or support, university and criminal investigations are independent and distinct.

 

What should I do if I witness sexual misconduct?

If you witness sexual misconduct you should first determine whether it is safe to intervene. If it is not safe for you to intervene, immediately report it to Campus Safety and Security.   If the affected party is not in imminent danger, notify the Title IX Coordinator (lmcghee@rockford.edu).

Is there a time limit for making a report?

There is no time limit for making a report, however, the University encourages reporting an incident as soon as possible in order to maximize the ability to respond effectively. If the respondent is no longer connected with the University, the Office of Compliance and Title IX could be limited in its ability to respond.

What should I do if I, or a friend, have been sexually assaulted and it happened within the past 1-3 days?

Ensure Safety. If you or a friend has been sexually assaulted the most important thing is that you get to a safe place. If possible, call the Campus Safety and Security-if the victim chooses to do so, or contact the Title IX Coordinator, a friend, relative, other University resource (i.e. Lang Health and Counseling Services) or someone that you trust. In an emergency, call 911 or as soon as possible.

Seek Medical Attention. If you are the survivor of a sexual assault, consider getting medical attention. The University Lang Health and Counseling offers urgent medical and counseling appointments to all students. You also have the right to go to the Emergency Room at OSF Medical Center or Swedish American Hospital to meet a Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) to both collect forensic evidence and provide medical care and support to you. Our campus can provide students with an escort to the hospital.

Preserve Evidence. Try to save a record of unwanted contact or communications. Avoid showering or cleaning before seeking medical treatment or contacting authorities in order to preserve physical evidence.

Resources. Contact any of the listed on- or off-campus resources to get information, support, counseling, medical treatment or legal advocacy.

Report. Contact the Title IX Coordinator (titleixcoordinator@rockford.edu) in the Office of Compliance and Title IX to learn about safety measures, reporting options, investigation procedures and potential pathways towards a resolution.

There are a number of different options to report for those who have experienced or witnessed sex discrimination, sexual harassment, sexual assault, domestic violence or other conduct that violates the Title IX policy.

 

Actions Immediately After a Sexual Assault or Rape

If you or someone you know has recently been assaulted:

  • Go to a safe place as soon as you can.
  • Call the Campus Safety and Security Department.
  • Try to preserve all physical evidence.
  • Try not to wash your face or hands, bathe, brush your teeth, drink or eat, douche, or change clothes if you can avoid it. If you do change your clothes, put all clothing you were wearing at the time of the assault in individual paper bags (not plastic). It is important to preserve as much evidence as possible should you later decide to press criminal charges.
  • Seek medical attention. The (University Lang Health Center) offers urgent medical and counseling appointments to all students. You also have the right to go to the Emergency Room to meet a Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) to both collect forensic evidence and provide medical care and support to you. NUPD can provide students with an escort to the hospital.
  • When you feel ready, please contact the resources below for ongoing support.

File a Report with the Title IX Coordinator

The Title IX Coordinator is charged with investigating and responding to allegations of sexual misconduct. We understand the sensitivity surrounding your decision to report. Our goal is to empower you by making you aware of your rights, available support resources and options through the University reporting processes.  We will support you with compassion and equity while respecting your privacy.

 

LaShun McGhee, Compliance and Title IX Coordinator, lmcghee@rockford.edu, (815)229-2842

File an Anonymous Report

You may file an anonymous complaint directly to the Title IX Coordinator or via online anonymous reporting form. While all complaints will be reviewed, the University’s ability to investigate anonymous reports may be limited when the identity of the complainant is unknown.

This form will allow the reporter to give only the details they are comfortable sharing at the time of the report.

Talk with a Confidential Resource

Rockford University understands that some survivors of harassment, discrimination, sexual misconduct or other violations of this policy may not be ready or willing to report through a channel that could result in university action. For such individuals, the following confidential resources are available:

University Health and Center

A student reporting to any of the above confidential resources may request complete confidentiality, meaning that the staff in question will not share reported information with University officials without the student’s consent. Please note that these resources may have obligations under University policies, state or federal laws that prevent them from maintaining absolute confidentiality.

Absolute Confidential Resources

Rockford Sexual Assault Counseling

Maintain total confidentiality because of their rape counseling privilege and status in the state of Illinois. This means your information will neverbe shared with anyone unless you give written consent-not even in the court of law. And at that moment of your written consent you also give up the absolute privilege.  This can be explained further by the Title IX Coordinator or other confidential staff person.

Report to Faculty or Staff

All faculty and staff are considered “responsible employees” and are required to report information to the Title IX Coordinator. Only those individuals who are statutorily prohibited from reporting, such as health professionals and counselors. As such, any reports of sexual misconduct made to faculty or staff will be directed to the Title IX Coordinator who will review and respond accordingly based on information received, the impacted parties and the university community.

File a Criminal Complaint with the Police

Community members impacted by sexual violence are strongly encouraged to report all allegations of Prohibited Offenses to Campus Safety and Security of local police as soon as possible, regardless of where the offense took place. Campus Safety and Security can:

  • escort the affected party to a local hospital;
  • provide full investigation of reports by specially trained officers;
  • offer information about criminal prosecution and University disciplinary alternatives;
  • accompany and provide transportation to all court sessions both on and off campus;
  • offer assistance in obtaining a Harassment Protection Order; No Contact Order; and/ or Restraining Order through the appropriate system.

Reporting a sexual assault to Campus Safety and Security does NOT commit the affected party to future legal action.

Please note that Campus Safety and Security will report incidences of sexual misconduct to the Title IX Coordinator so the University may investigate and respond. If the incident is a crime, Campus Safety and Security will include it in an annual security report without identifying the victim in accordance with the Clery Act.

 

Actions for incidents of sexual assault which occurred 3 or more days after the incident.

You still have the same rights as those incidents that occurred within 72 hours of the incidents. You can report incidents that occurred ANYTIME, you are given the same rights as outlined above.  The timing is of the essence with incidents that occur within 1-3 days based on preservation of evidence.

 

Do I have the right to learn more about the Title IX process if I have not been the victim of an incident or assault or battery?

Yes. Please contact the Title IX Coordinator; parents, friends, community members, students, employees, contractors, vendors, and alumni are all welcomed to learn about the Title IX process and how we mange her on campus.

DEPARTMENT INFORMATION

Office of Compliance and Title IX

LaShun McGhee
Compliance and Title IX Coordinator
815-226-2842
Burpee Center, Student Life Suite 5050 E. State Street Rockford, IL 61108

LMcGhee@rockford.edu

Hours:
Mon-Fri- 8:30am to 5:00pm

Title IX Policy

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Parents and Visitors

11/16/2016 12:38 pm

FAQ FOR PARENTS AND VISITORS

FAQ Parents and Third Parties

Are there rights for my son or daughter who has been a victim of incidents of sexual, domestic or dating violence and stalking concerns?

Yes, we have a full process that guide our efforts and have recently established an office for compliance and equity of sex and gender based concerns.

 

Are there rights for my son or daughter who has been accused of such incidents?

Yes, please see the rights of reporting and responding student section or title ix policy for a list of rights.

My friend or family member has been subject to sexual misconduct, what should I do?

Believe. Someone affected by sexual violence needs to know that their friends and family believe them.

 

Where can I find the RU Campus Annual Security Report (ASR)?

The Annual Campus Safety and Security report is published to provide information including crime statistics and policies and procedures concerning alcohol, drugs, sexual assault and general safety on The Rockford University campus.  The report can be accessed by going to the Campus Safety and Security Website . Anyone, including prospective students and employees, may obtain a paper copy of the report by contacting Campus Safety and Security.

How is a Title IX investigation different from a criminal investigation?

A criminal investigation undertaken by the police seeks to determine whether an individual violated criminal law. An individual who is found guilty of such a crime following a police investigation and trial may be imprisoned. In contrast, Title IX investigations conducted by Rockford University determine whether a respondent has violated the University policy on sexual misconduct and what disciplinary actions are appropriate. The University follows a “preponderance of the evidence” standard, which requires the evidence supporting a finding of responsibility to be more convincing than the information in opposition to it or, in other words, that it is more likely than not the alleged conduct occurred.

An individual has the right to pursue a university investigation by filing a complaint with the Title IX Coordinator, LaShun McGhee, and to pursue criminal charges through the police. A complainant may elect to file a complaint with the University, the police or both at the same time. While Rockford University may provide information or support, university and criminal investigations are independent and distinct.

What should I do if I witness sexual misconduct?

If you witness sexual misconduct you should first determine whether it is safe to intervene. If it is not safe for you to intervene, immediately report it to Campus Safety and Security.   If the affected party is not in imminent danger, notify the Title IX Coordinator (lmcghee@rockford.edu).

Is there a time limit for making a report?

There is no time limit for making a report, however, the University encourages reporting an incident as soon as possible in order to maximize the ability to respond effectively. If the respondent is no longer connected with the University, the Office of Compliance and Title IX could be limited in its ability to respond.

What should I do if I, or a friend, have been sexually assaulted and it happened within the past 1-3 days?
  • Ensure Safety. If you or a friend has been sexually assaulted the most important thing is that you get to a safe place. If possible, call the Campus Safety and Security-if the victim chooses to do so, or contact the Title IX Coordinator, a friend, relative, other University resource (i.e. Lang Health and Counseling Services) or someone that you trust. In an emergency, call 911 or as soon as possible.
  • Seek Medical Attention. If you are the survivor of a sexual assault, consider getting medical attention. The University Lang Health and Counseling offers urgent medical and counseling appointments to all students. You also have the right to go to the Emergency Room at OSF Medical Center or Swedish American Hospital to meet a Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) to both collect forensic evidence and provide medical care and support to you. Our campus can provide students with an escort to the hospital.
  • Preserve Evidence. Try to save a record of unwanted contact or communications. Avoid showering or cleaning before seeking medical treatment or contacting authorities in order to preserve physical evidence.
Other Actions Immediately After a Sexual Assault or Rape

If you or someone you know has recently been assaulted:

  • Go to a safe place as soon as you can.
  • Call the Campus Safety and Security Department.
  • Try to preserve all physical evidence.
  • Try not to wash your face or hands, bathe, brush your teeth, drink or eat, douche, or change clothes if you can avoid it. If you do change your clothes, put all clothing you were wearing at the time of the assault in individual paper bags (not plastic). It is important to preserve as much evidence as possible should you later decide to press criminal charges.
  • Seek medical attention. The (University Lang Health Center) offers urgent medical and counseling appointments to all students. You also have the right to go to the Emergency Room to meet a Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) to both collect forensic evidence and provide medical care and support to you.
  • When you feel ready, please contact the resources below for ongoing support.

File a Report with the Title IX Coordinator or Other Campus Official

The Title IX Coordinator is charged with investigating and responding to allegations of sexual misconduct. We understand the sensitivity surrounding your decision to report. Our goal is to empower you by making you aware of your rights, available support resources and options through the University reporting processes.  We will support you with compassion and equity while respecting your privacy.

Reporting Options: What is a Confidential Source?

Talk with a Confidential Resource

Rockford University understands that some survivors of harassment, discrimination, sexual misconduct or other violations of this policy may not be ready or willing to report through a channel that could result in university action. For such individuals, the following confidential resources are available:

  • University Counseling, Health and Wellness Center

All Lang Staff Members are Confidential Source

A student reporting to any of the above confidential resources may request complete confidentiality, meaning that the staff in question will not share reported information with University officials without the student’s consent. Please note that these resources may have obligations under University policies, state or federal laws that prevent them from maintaining absolute confidentiality.

  • Absolute Confidential Resource (Confidential Advisor-RSAC)

Rockford Sexual Assault Counseling

Maintain total confidentiality because of their rape counseling privilege and status in the state of Illinois. This means your information will never be shared with anyone unless you give written consent-not even in the court of law. And at that moment of your written consent you also give up the absolute privilege.  This can be explained further by the Title IX Coordinator or other confidential staff person.

Reporting Option: Anonymously

File an Anonymous Report

You may file an anonymous complaint directly to the Title IX Coordinator or via online anonymous reporting form. While all complaints will be reviewed, the University’s ability to investigate anonymous reports may be limited when the identity of the complainant is unknown.

This form will allow the reporter to give only the details they are comfortable sharing at the time of the report.

Reporting Options: Report to Campus Police or Local Police

File a Criminal Complaint with the Police

Community members impacted by sexual violence are strongly encouraged to report all allegations of Prohibited Offenses to Campus Safety and Security of local police as soon as possible, regardless of where the offense took place. Campus Safety and Security can:

  • escort the affected party to a local hospital;
  • provide full investigation of reports by specially trained officers;
  • offer information about criminal prosecution and University disciplinary alternatives;
  • accompany and provide transportation to all court sessions both on and off campus;
  • offer assistance in obtaining a Harassment Protection Order; No Contact Order; and/ or Restraining Order through the appropriate system.

Reporting a sexual assault to Campus Safety and Security does NOT commit the affected party to future legal action.

Please note that Campus Safety and Security will report incidences of sexual misconduct to the Title IX Coordinator so the University may investigate and respond. If the incident is a crime, Campus Safety and Security will include it in an annual security report without identifying the victim in accordance with the Clery Act.

Reporting Options: Responsible Employee

Report to Faculty or Staff

All faculty and staff are considered “responsible employees” and are required to report information to the Title IX Coordinator. Only those individuals who are statutorily prohibited from reporting, such as health professionals and counselors. As such, any reports of sexual misconduct made to faculty or staff will be directed to the Title IX Coordinator who will review and respond accordingly based on information received, the impacted parties and the university community.

Do I have the right to learn more about the Title IX process if I have not been the victim of an incident of assault or battery?

Yes. Please contact the Title IX Coordinator; parents, friends, community members, students, employees, contractors, vendors, and alumni are all welcomed to learn about the Title IX process and to know how we mange these concerns on campus.

What does reporting to the Title IX Coordinator do for students and employees?

Reporting to the Title IX Coordinator (titleixcoordinator@rockford.edu) in the Office of Compliance and Title IX will allow you to learn about safety measures, reporting options, investigative procedures and potential pathways for resolution. The Title IX Coordinator can also implement interim measures as necessary.

There are a number of other protections to report for those who have experienced or witnessed sex discrimination, sexual harassment, sexual assault, domestic violence or other conduct that violates the Title IX policy.

LaShun McGhee, Compliance and Title IX Coordinator, lmcghee@rockford.edu, (815)226-2842

Resources. Contact any of the listed on- or off-campus resources to get information, support, counseling, medical treatment or legal advocacy.

DEPARTMENT INFORMATION

Office of Compliance and Title IX

LaShun McGhee
Compliance and Title IX Coordinator
815-226-2842
Burpee Center, Student Life Suite 5050 E. State Street Rockford, IL 61108

LMcGhee@rockford.edu

Hours:
Mon-Fri- 8:30am to 5:00pm

Training

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS- STUDENT TRAINING

Student Title IX Training FAQ

 Why have I been hearing about this new Title IX Office at RU?

The Compliance and Title IX Office is the first of its kind at Rockford University.  We are charged with identifying any systemic concerns campus-wide, ensuring a fair, thorough and timely process should you encounter an incident of sex-based or domestic violence, or discrimination or harassment in programs or activities. As our motto states, we offer: one process, one response, as one university- equitable.

 I would like to get involved to help with the new Title IX Office initiatives

Great. We are currently seeking students interested in participating to help organize a student leader group.  You would mainly help establish this peer-to-peer leader group, educate on the other elements of title ix, raise awareness of sexual and domestic violence, equity, community involvement, and other areas. Contact the Title IX Coordinator if you are interested in participating in this grassroots student initiative.

 Why is there all of this talk about domestic violence, stalking and sexual assault on college campuses?

There has been an increase of these types of concerns at the college and university level.  We are first and foremost concerned about your safety.   Our federal and state government officials also have a vested interested in assuring that we are providing you with a safe environment, but one that is equitable in service, activities, and programs.

  When is the next training/educational session for students?

We will have an open session for students, “Know Your Rights,” Thursday, April 18, 2017 . This session will give students the opportunity to ask any questions they have about title ix, they will learn about their rights if they are accused of an act of sexual violence or gender discrimination.  Students will have an open discussion with the Title IX Officer and identify what their rights are, response and process for these types of concerns.  See flyer about this session and other education and events in April.  See link for more information April Campus-wide Events Calendar 2017_11x17

 Where can I go to complete the required title IX training?

 Training is only provided in person at this time.  If you are new to the university you are required to complete the title IX training. If you have been here for a year or more, you also need to complete “ongoing” title IX training.

 Why do I have to take this training?

 All Rockford University students are required to participate in Title IX training. It is part of a system-wide effort to ensure that all students are provided an equitable and safe learning environment, in addition, make sure you are aware of your rights and responsibilities.

 This training is difficult for me due to a past experience of abuse. What options do I have?

 Please contact the Title IX Coordinator.

I took this training last year, do I have to complete it again?

 Yes, but not right now. If you took the training last year, you will only have to take a refresher course.

 What if I experienced an incident and it was off campus?

 These types of incidents may be brought to the University’s attention, we address on and off campus concerns. We can discuss options and provide resources as appropriate.

How can I learn more about title IX?

 See our Title IX Policy on the web page or contact the Title IX Coordinator.

What’s next for student training?  The campus is currently looking at training options for students. Our goal is to offer training on line and in person.  Watch the website and campus postings for additional information.

DEPARTMENT INFORMATION

Office of Compliance and Title IX

LaShun McGhee
Compliance and Title IX Coordinator
815-226-2842
Burpee Center, Student Life Suite 5050 E. State Street Rockford, IL 61108

LMcGhee@rockford.edu

Hours:
Mon-Fri- 8:30am to 5:00pm

Rights of Both Parties

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Reporting Form

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TITLE IX: SEXUAL MISCONDUCT, DATING AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE STALKING INCIDENTS

 

Title IX Reporting Form

This form is used to report incidents of sexual misconduct, dating or domestic violence, harassment, discrimination or retaliation. Please contact the Compliance and Title IX OFfice if you have any questions regarding this form.

A student, faculty, staff or third party (parent, friend, bystander, witness) may report known incidents occurring on or off campus.

DEPARTMENT INFORMATION

Office of Compliance and Title IX

LaShun McGhee
Compliance and Title IX Coordinator
815-226-2842
Burpee Center, Student Life Suite 5050 E. State Street Rockford, IL 61108

LMcGhee@rockford.edu

Hours:
Mon-Fri- 8:30am to 5:00pm

Resources

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RESOURCES AND TRAINING

Students–do you know your rights?

This page is designed for students to know where they can go for support and also to provide information about your rights surrounding sex and gender based concerns.  Know your rights sexual violence

 

 

DEPARTMENT INFORMATION

Office of Compliance and Title IX

LaShun McGhee
Compliance and Title IX Coordinator
815-226-2842
Burpee Center, Student Life Suite 5050 E. State Street Rockford, IL 61108

LMcGhee@rockford.edu

Hours:
Mon-Fri- 8:30am to 5:00pm