How does Title IX serve you?
Who do I go to if faced with any of these situations?
Melinda Dubois is your Deputy Title IX Coordinator
Administrator Director of Student Health and Counseling
Health & Counseling
Lauderdale Health Center 106C
Responsibilities: The Deputy Title IX Coordinator for Student Sexual Assault serves as an advocate for students who experience sexual assault. The Coordinator reviews options with victims, provides resources, and can accompany the student through the court or conduct process. The Deputy Coordinator also provides education, communication and training for the students, staff, and faculty.
Adrienne Collier is your Title IX Coordinator
Assistant to the President for Diversity & Equity/Director of Affirmative Action
Doty Hall, Room 302 B
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.
Michelle Walsh is your advocate for Equity in Athletics
Associate Athletic Director
Athletics & Recreation
Merritt Athletic Center 211
Responsibilities: Monitor and ensure compliance with Title IX regulations as they pertain to equity in intercollegiate athletics in two distinct areas: (1) participation opportunities; and (2) benefits, including the provision of equipment and supplies, scheduling, travel, tutoring, coaching, locker rooms, facilities, medical and training facilities and services, publicity, recruiting, and support services.
Dr. Leonard Sancilio is your resource for situations pertaining to discrimination
Dean of Students and Director of Center for Community
MacVittie College Union 354
The Dean of Students' office staff serves as intercessors for Geneseo students experiencing difficulties and assists them in arriving at productive solutions. The office is dedicated to creating and supporting a campus environment that encourages both intellectual and interpersonal growth. Visitors and inquiries are welcome.
What additional resources do I have?
University Police --(585) 245-5651