Title IX
Contact Information

Dan Ditullio, Title IX Coordinator

508-767-7172


Location

La Maison - Room 016

Assumption College is committed to addressing sexual assault by educating the College community on matters regarding sexual misconduct, providing assault survivors with support, and continuously reviewing our response to incidents.

Prevention Through Education

The College is committed to addressing sexual assault by educating the College community on matters regarding sexual misconduct, providing assault survivors with the support they need and continuously reviewing our response to incidents so that we can respond to future incidents appropriately and provide support for victims. Assumption's complete sexual misconduct policy can be found here.

This website is a central location for students to obtain the information they need and will continue to evolve as more information becomes available, requirements change, and processes are modified. We encourage you to review this site, share it with others, and send us your suggestions about how we can improve it, provide more information, or improve our response.

Through the College's campus advocate, Marie Vazquez, students are provided empowerment counseling, non-judgmental support, information about options, medical, legal, academic, and counseling advocacy. This position is employed by Pathways for Change Inc. but housed on campus.

Confidential Help

Marie Vazquez, Campus Advocate
  508-767-7641
Student Counseling Center
  508-767-7409
Student Health Services
  508-767-7329
Campus Ministry
  508-767-7057

File a Report

A word on confidentiality - Conversations with the Title IX Coordinator and associates are kept as confidential as possible, but information about incidents of sexual misconduct must be shared with relevant administrators and others if the College needs to take action for reasons of community safety. In all cases, the wishes of the person initiating the conversation are given full consideration.

Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 is a federal civil rights law that prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in education programs. The Title IX Coordinator oversees and provides leadership for the College’s Title IX deputies, the administrators who carry out investigations, compliance-related responsibilities and reporting. They also oversee education and training campus-wide regarding sex discrimination and sexual misconduct. ‘Know Your IX’ is a great resource that explains Title IX as it specifically related to sexual misconduct on college campuses and the types of options that are available to survivors.


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