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Mandated Reporting

Randolph College requires that all employees (with the exceptions noted below) report information related to potential violations of the Sexual Misconduct Policy to the Title IX Coordinator. It is important to note that Resident Assistants, Head Residents, and Davenport Leaders are mandated reporters. 

Sharon Saunders, Title IX Coordinator
Human Resources Suite, Main Hall
Monday-Friday 8:30 AM-5:00 PM

Exceptions to Mandated Reporting
The staff of these offices are not required to share information about sexual misconduct with the College, and will keep your information private or confidential.

  1. The Counseling Center
  2. The Health Center
  3. The College Chaplain
  4. Faculty and Staff Campus Advocates. Gianna DeMarco, Gary Dop, Ken Parks, and Janna Russell are exempt from mandated reporting if a student comes to them directly and requests that they serve as their Campus Advocate. They remain a mandated reporter in all other situations

Sample Language for Faculty Syllabi
According to federal and state education laws, all College faculty are mandated reporters. In the event that you choose to write or speak about having survived sexualized violence, including rape, sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, or stalking and specify that this violence occurred while you were a Randolph student, I must inform the College’s Title IX Coordinator, Sharon Saunders. We do this to make sure you are able to get all the information and support you need.  If you do not want details of what occurred reported or are not interested in making a complaint at this time, you have the right to maintain your privacy.  I will only report what you confide in me.


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