Title IX Notification
In accordance with Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, which prohibits a college from discrimination based on sex, Albright College does not discriminate on the basis of sex or gender in its educational programs and activities.
Inquiries concerning the application of Title IX may be referred to Title IX Coordinator or Deputy Coordinators:
Title IX Coordinator:
Dean of Students, Albright College
Reading, PA 19612
Director of Residential Life, Albright College
Residential Life Office
Reading, PA 19612
Director of Human Resources, Albright College
Reading PA 19612
The College has distinct policies and procedures specific to employees and to students, but if unsure how to report sexual misconduct, any member of the College community may contact the Title IX Coordinator.
Inquiries or complaints may also be directed to the Office for Civil Rights, Philadelphia Office, U.S. Department of Education, 100 Penn Square East, Suite 515, Philadelphia, PA 19107-3323, telephone number 215-656-8541, fax 215-656-8605, email address OCR.Philadelphia@ed.gov.
Policies and procedures for students
When behavior referenced in a Title IX complaint involves a student, the College will utilize the procedures for resolving charges of sexual misconduct outlined in the Code of Conduct and adjudicated through the Office of Community Standards as described in the student handbook, The Compass.
Polices and procedures for employees
When behavior referenced in a Title IX complaint involves a member of the faculty, administration or staff, the College will utilize the procedures for resolving charges of sexual misconduct outlined in Human Resources’ policies and procedures. For faculty the Faculty Handbook and for administration and staff the Employee Handbook.
There are three federal laws that establish responsibilities for employees of colleges to report certain types of crimes and incidents, especially sexual misconduct—Title IX, along with the Clery Act and Title VII. The responsibilities established by these laws give rise to the term “mandatory or mandated reporter.” The College has defined all employees, both faculty and professional staff, as mandated reporters and to that end these members of our community have access to training and information regarding the laws and guidance. If you have any questions about this please contact the Title IX coordinator.
Support and Reporting Options
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- View a text-based accessible listing of support and reporting options and additional resources