Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 prohibits all forms of sex discrimination in any educational program or activity receiving federal financial assistance. Title IX protects you from sex discrimination in academics, activities, admissions, athletics, financial assistance, housing, recruitment and employment. It protects you both on and off campus.
SUNY Cobleskill has zero tolerance for illegal discrimination or harassment, sexual assault, dating
violence, domestic violence or stalking. Retaliation against anyone reporting a Title IX
violation is prohibited. Anyone who experiences, observes or hears about an incident
of sexual violence, harassment or sex discrimination must report it to the Title IX
or another campus official as soon as possible.
Sexual Violence, Harassment, and Discrimination: It’s NEVER Okay!
SUNY Cobleskill is committed to ensuring a community that is safe for all who study, live, work, and visit here.
For Emergency Assistance or to Report a Crime:
University Police, 518-255-5317 or 911
For Medical Attention or to Discuss Your Situation with a Counselor:
Beard Wellness Center, 518-255-5225, email@example.com
For Questions or Concerns Regarding Title IX or to File a Sexual Harassment or Discrimination
Complaint Against a Student, Staff/Faculty Member, or Vendor:
Lynn Berger, Director of Human Resources and
Affirmative Action/Title IX Coordinator,
518-255-5465, firstname.lastname@example.org, Knapp Hall 123
To Report Student Code of Conduct Violations Including Sexual Harassment or Discrimination:
Matt LaLonde, Interim Assistant Vice President for Student Development
518-255-5215, email@example.com, Bouck Hall Room 126
Visit the SUNY SAVR: Campus, Local, and NYS Title IX information and Advocate, Medical and Confidential Resources at response.suny.edu