Faculty and Staff Guide to Title IX

Welcome to our source dedicated to Faculty/Staff and their Title IX rights

 

How does Title IX serve you?

  • protects and defends you against sex discrimination -- in conjunction with education programs, including athletic programs, or activities that receive federal funding
  • protects you from exclusion and being denied benifits on the basis of sex
  • serves as your support link if ever faced with sexual harassment, rape and sexual assault

 

Where do I go to if faced with any of these situations?

 

Adrienne Collier is your Title IX Coordinator

   Assistant to the President for Diversity & Equity/Director of Affirmative Action

   Doty Hall, Room 302 B

   585-245-5020

   collier@geneseo.edu

   Responsibilities: Monitoring and oversight of overall implementation of Title IX Compliance at the College, including coordination of training, education, communications, and administration of complaint procedures for faculty, staff, students and other members of the College community.

 

What additional resources do I have?

 

Employee Assistance Program

  • The NYS Employee Assistance Program is a peer assistance program jointly sponsored by labor and management. NYS EAP provides confidential information, assessment, and referral services to NYS employees, their family members, and retirees. It also provides orientations and training for all employees, managers, supervisors, and union representatives on benefits and use of EAP.

 

Training Tools

 

Sexual Harassment Prevention Training