Changes Implemented in 2010-11 Academic Year
Following a year-long review of Carleton’s student sexual misconduct complaint process, the College implemented some substantial changes during the 2010-11 school year. Here are the highlights:
go.carleton.edu/sexual_misconduct: A new informational website.
Sexual Misconduct Support Team: A clear and well trained set of people who can answer questions and offer support.
Community Concern forms: A way to report concerning behavior without filing a complaint. *This is also the form that faculty, staff, and peer leaders (with advisory roles) will use for required reporting of sexual misconduct.
Complaint Process Coordinator: Starts and facilitates the complaint process.
Sexual Misconduct Support (SMS) Advisers: Support students through the entire complaint process.
Community Board on Sexual Misconduct (CBSM): A well trained board to hold hearings and adjudicate complaints of student-to-student sexual misconduct.
Trainings and education: Expanded efforts to inform community members about Carleton’s response and resources, as well as to encourage healthy relationships.
Healthy Communities and Relationships: You can contribute to our community by attending events that inform you about issues related to sexual misconduct and promoting consensual and healthy relationships.