Sexual Misconduct Resources and Education
If you need immediate and confidential help, please call:The Sexual Assault Crisis Center of Eastern Connecticut Hotline: (888) 999-5545or…The Safe Futures Hotline: (888) 774-2900If you fear for your safety, please call 911 right away for emergency service.
You have rights. You have choices. You have advocates.
These web pages are intended to provide all members of the Three Rivers Campus Community with resources to help better understand what sexual misconduct is, and what can be done if you or someone you know has suffered from any of its forms.
- Sexual Misconduct – What is it?
- Who is Here for You
- Report and Disclosure Process Flow Chart
- Materials for Faculty, Staff, and Students
- Non-discrimination Policy
Useful Materials and Resources
The Student Institute Training
The SUNY Student Conduct Institute trains staff at public and private institutions of higher education on how to fairly and equitably investigate and adjudicate conduct violations and disclosures. Our Title IX Deputy Coordinator has undergone this training. Visit Student Institute Training page to view the materials used in training.
Three Rivers Community College will not tolerate any form of sex-based discrimination or sexual misconduct, which includes, but is not limited to, sexual harassment, intimate partner violence (domestic violence, dating partner violence), stalking, and sexual assault.
Three Rivers strongly encourages the reporting of all sexual misconduct. The only way that action can be taken against an offender is through reporting.
The College shall provide those who report sexual misconduct with many supportive options, including referrals to agencies that provide medical attention, counseling, legal services, and advocacy. Furthermore, the College strictly prohibits any form of retaliation against individuals involved in a report.
Three Rivers shall take all reasonable steps to preserve the privacy of those involved in a report, though complete confidentiality cannot be guaranteed due to the College’s need to comply with relevant laws and to ensure the safety of the campus community. College employees are expected to make the limitations of reporters’ privacy clear before any details are disclosed.
For more information, please review the Board of Regents’ full policy on sexual misconduct and the Board of Regents’ Student Code of Conduct.
Because of the inherent imbalance of power and need for trust, faculty members, supervisory staff, and those with evaluative authority, the BOR has promulgated a policy regarding the relationships between employees and students. For more information, please review the Policy on Consensual Relationships.
Statement of Non-Discrimination
Three Rivers Community College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religious creed, age, sex, national origin, marital status, ancestry, present or past history of mental disorder, learning disability or physical disability, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, or genetic information in its programs and activities. In addition, the College does not discriminate in employment on the basis of veteran status or criminal record.
The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies: Leah Glende, Director of Diversity & Inclusion, CSCU System Office, 61 Woodland St, Hartford, CT 06105, (860) 723-0727, email@example.com