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Cornell University Title IX

Promoting Gender Equity at Cornell

Procedures

The university has designated different types of prohibited conduct as well as procedures for resolution of reports under Policy 6.4 that correspond best with the university’s different constituencies: students, staff, and faculty.


Reports Against Students (Ithaca-bases locations & Cornell Tech campus)

Prohibited Conduct: Where the respondent is a student who is alleged to have committed dating violence, domestic violence, sexual assault, sexual exploitation, sexual- and gender-based harassment, stalking, aiding prohibited conduct, attempting to commit prohibited conduct, retaliation, or violating an interim order.

Applicable Procedure: “The Procedures for Resolution of Reports Against Students Under Cornell University Policy 6.4”, available as a printable PDF and on this website in mobile-friendly full text format.

Contact Information:
University Title IX Coordinator
150 Day Hall
Ithaca, NY 14853
(607) 255-2242
titleix@cornell.edu
biasconcerns.cornell.edu (online report form)


Reports Against Staff  (Ithaca-bases locations & Cornell Tech campus)

Prohibited Conduct: Where the respondent is a staff member who is alleged to have committed prohibited discrimination; sexual violence, including sexual assault; sexual and protected-status harassment; or retaliation.

Applicable Procedures: “Procedures for Resolution of Reports Against Staff Under Cornell University Policy 6.4,” available online here.

Contact Information:
Deputy Title IX Coordinator for Staff and Faculty and Director, Workforce Policy and Labor Relations
391 Pine Tree Road
Ithaca, NY 14850
607-255-4652
equalopportunity@cornell.edu
hr.cornell.edu/about-hr
biasconcerns.cornell.edu (online report form)


Reports Against Faculty (Ithaca-bases locations & Cornell Tech campus)

Prohibited Conduct: Where the respondent is a faculty member who is alleged to have committed prohibited discrimination; sexual violence, including sexual assault; sexual and protected-status harassment; or retaliation.

Applicable Procedures: “Procedures for Resolution of Reports Against Faculty Under Cornell University Policy 6.4,” available online here.

Contact Information:
Deputy Title IX Coordinator for Staff and Faculty and Director, Workforce Policy and Labor Relations
391 Pine Tree Road
Ithaca, NY 14850
607-255-4652
equalopportunity@cornell.edu
hr.cornell.edu/about-hr
biasconcerns.cornell.edu (online report form)


Weill Cornell Medical College

Weill Cornell Medicine administers Policy 6.4 under Weill Cornell Medicine procedures, available online at the Weill Cornell Medical College Sexual Misconduct website.


Discrimination in Intercollegiate Athletics Participation

For questions, concerns, or reports of discrimination in participation in intercollegiate athletics under Title IX (see Cornell University Policy 6.4, Appendix A), contact the Associate Director of Athletics/Senior Woman Administrator, at athletics@cornell.edu or (607) 255-8283

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