Please search the following campus and community resources to find help.Ivy Tech Community College will thoroughly investigate all allegations of misconduct, make a determination based on facts and evidence, and take corrective action to correct the situation.Everyone has a duty to create a safe, supportive, and inclusive Ivy Tech community.
Most Ivy Tech employees are either required or encouraged to report incidents of sexual harassment, gender-based harassment or sexual violence when they become aware of those incidents.
There are other employees, "Confidential Employees," specifically trained to offer support to victims who may be consulted and who will keep information confidential, except in cases of immediate risk of harm to the community.
Understand that no matter how safe or unsafe you are, sexual violence is not your fault.
Taking these actions may increase your safety and the safety of others.
The Campus Sexual Violence Elimination Act (Campus Sa VE) The Campus Sexual Violence Elimination Act (Campus Sa VE) was enacted in March 2013, and amends the Jeanne Clery Act, creating additional protections for victims of dating violence, domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking, as well as creating more prescriptive requirements for prevention and awareness programs related to these offenses.