Title IX Information
Onondaga Community College is committed to fostering a campus community where individuals are treated with dignity and where allegations of sexual violence, domestic or dating violence, sexual harassment, and stalking are treated seriously and timely resolved. The College offers options, resource referral, support, and assistance to community members targeted by these acts so that they may continue to participate in campus programs and activities. The College also offers assistance with referral to public law enforcement and campus conduct processes.
Consistent with Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Onondaga Community College does not discriminate on the basis of sex in its education programs and activities. Any questions concerning Title IX may be referred to the College’s Title IX Coordinator:
Vice President, Administration and Compliance
Civil Rights Compliance Officer
Onondaga Community College
Whitney Applied Technology Center, Room 207B
4585 W. Seneca Turnpike
Syracuse, NY 13215
or to the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Civil Rights.
Pregnant or Parenting Student Questions
Questions related to pregnant or parenting students should be directed to Nancy Carr at [email protected], (315) 498-2834 or Coulter Hall 104, C104, 4585 West Seneca Tpke. Syracuse, NY 13215.
The College publishes procedures for reporting incidents of sexual violence and other violations of College policy. See:
Campus Safety and Security, student conduct, and employee conduct reporting procedures specifically apply to all allegations falling within Title IX. Retaliation against any person who makes or declines to make a report of sexual violence is strictly prohibited.
Members of the College community may contact the Title IX Coordinator at any time for assistance in accessing campus processes or resources, to discuss and obtain interim measures that may help targeted individual(s) to resume their usual activities at the College; and/or to file a grievance concerning the application of College policies or procedures to a Title IX concern. Any Title IX grievance must be:
- Submitted in writing;
- Provide the name, address, and contact information of the person submitting the grievance;
- Describe the facts alleged to have occurred;
- State the College policies or procedures alleged to have been misapplied; and,
- Identify any additional facts or circumstances relevant to the matter, including contact information, if known, for any other involved parties.
The Title IX Coordinator will consult as necessary with the involved offices or individuals; apply a “preponderance of the evidence” (more likely than not) standard to determine the appropriate resolution of the grievance; and, inform the involved parties of the outcome reached and any follow up actions to be taken.
The College maintains inclusive restrooms on the first, second, and third floors of Mawhinney Hall and in the Otis Suite, SRC Arena and Events Center.