Title IX/Civil Rights

If you are a victim of sexual misconduct or discrimination, or need to report an issue of sexual misconduct or discrimination, please contact your Title IX Coordinator.

Why is it important to report to the Title IX Coordinator?

The College’s Title IX Coordinator provides information regarding resources, protective measures and next steps. Depending on the nature of the allegations, an investigation may be opened to determine if a violation to the College’s Policy on Sexual Misconduct has occurred.

The College has a duty to promptly respond to all complaints of sexual misconduct; whether on or off campus. The purpose is to prevent sexual misconduct on campus, promptly address reported incidents, limit its effects on the educational environment, and prevent its reoccurrence.

Title IX compliance involves having a clear reporting channel to the Title IX Coordinator and training the campus community about how to recognize sexual misconduct and how to report it.


Title IX Training


Consent is an affirmative decision to engage in mutually acceptable sexual activity expressed by clear actions and words.

Dating Violence is controlling, abusive, or aggressive behavior committed by a person who is, or has been, in a relationship of a romantic or intimate nature with the victim.

Domestic Violence is abuse committed by a member of a family or household against another.

Retaliation is prohibited against any individual, including the complainant and respondent, who participates in any discrimination or sexual misconduct investigation or proceeding. 

Sexual Assault is any sexual act(s) committed against a person, without his or her consent, through the use of force, intimidation, or coercion.

Sexual Harassment is any unwelcome sexual misconduct where submission to the act is made a term or condition of employment or an individual’s education; or the conduct is so severe, pervasive and objectively offensive to a reasonable person that it effectively denies his or her equal access to the College’s education or program activity, or to the workplace. 

Sexual Misconduct is any unwelcome conduct of a sexual nature committed against an individual without consent.

Stalking is a course of conduct directed at a specific person that would cause a reasonable person to fear for his or her safety or the safety of others, or suffer substantial emotional distress.

Your Title IX Coordinator
Elizabeth Groller

Elizabeth Groller, Esq.
Office of the President
100 Campus Drive
Dover, DE 19904
(302) 857-1903

The duty and responsibility of the Title IX Coordinator is to monitor and oversee the implementation of the College’s Sexual Misconduct and Non-Discrimination Policies which includes the management of complaints involving sexual misconduct and discrimination.

If you need immediate assistance
call or text 9-1-1