Brochures for Involved Parties

file-outline Complainant Brochure - Complainant Brochure Full.pdf (73.69 MB)

Resources for Complainants, or the person making a report.

file-outline Respondent Brochure - Respondent Brochure Full_0.pdf (73.42 MB)

Resources for Respondents, or the person responding to a report.

Resource Apps

Rave Guardian

Rave Guardian is the best way to improve your personal safety by leveraging those you trust to be your own private safety network. This app focuses primarily on resources available at Ithaca College.

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Reach Out

Reach Out is a free smartphone resource guide. You'll never be asked for any identifying information, so using Reach Out is completely anonymous. 

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Tech Safety

This app walks users through understanding how a particular technology could be misused, what they can do about it, and offers safety tips on how to increase their safety and privacy.

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If you are not ready to make a report and would like to further discuss your options. The Title IX Office has identified the following Confidential Resources.

Phone | 607-274-3136

Business Hours: Phone will be answered 8:30 a.m.– 5 p.m. Protocall will respond from 5 p.m. To 8:30 a.m. And on weekends.

Click here to visit the Counseling and Psychological Services website

Email |

Click here to visit the Center for Health Promotions website

Email | 

Direct Message | Facebook /iclgbtcenter Twitter @iclgbt Instagram @ic_lgbt

Click here to visit the Center for LGBT Education, Outreach & Services website

Phone | 607-274-3177

Email |

Business Hours: Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Students must call 607-274-3177 for an appointment before coming to the Health Center and will be directed how to proceed. In order to comply with social distancing recommendations and to reduce the spread of illness, no one will be allowed into the Health Center without talking to our staff on the phone first. There will be no web-booking available at this time.

Click here to visit the Hammond Health Center website

Email |

Phone | 607-288-2766 (call or text, 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.)

Direct Message | Facebook /SpiritualLifeIC | Instagram @ic_spiritual_life

Click here to visit the Office of Religious and Spiritual Life website

*Contact office directly to identify who in the department is a confidential resource and who is a responsible employee

Email | 

Direct Message | Facebook /CenterIDEAS | Instagram @centerforideas

Click here to visit the Center for IDEAS website

*Contact office directly to identify who in the department is a confidential resource and who is a responsible employee

Phone | 607-277-5000

This is a confidential resource.

For any questions or immediate assistance please contact our 24 hour hotline (607-277-5000) to speak with an advocate.

Click here to visit the Advocacy Center of Tompkins County Website

This is a confidential resource. 

Click here to visit the Cayuga Medical Center Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) webpage

S.H.A.R.E. Brochure

file-outline What Families Need to Know about Title IX - whatfamiliesneed.pdf (3.91 MB)

Private Resources

These resources will share information with the Title IX Office and ensure that all information is kept as private as possible.

Phone | 607-274-3333

E-mail |

Click here to visit the Office of Public Safety website

Phone | (607) 274-3375

E-mail |

Business Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m. (except at times when the College is officially closed)

Phone | 607-274-3141
E-mail |

Click here to visit the Residential Life website

Officials With Authority ("OWAs")*  
Office Positions/Titles
Title IX Office Title IX Coordinator, Deputy Title IX Coordinators
Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards All Staff
Office of Public Safety Director, Senior Officers, Patrol Officers, Security Officers, and SASP
Office of Residential Life All Staff
Office of Student Affairs and Campus Life Dean of Students, Director of Campus Center and Student Engagement
Ithaca College Senior Leadership: The President's Cabinet President, Vice Presidents

The Title IX Office can connect you with an advisor upon request

Non-Ithaca College Off Campus Resources

These independent off-campus services remain available to students and employees.

Hotline | 844-845-7269

The mission of the New York State Police Campus Sexual Assault Victims Unit is to reduce the incidence and facilitate the reporting of sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, and stalking on college and university campuses, through a prevention education campaign, a response training program, and by providing support and assistance to students, faculty and staff, university police, campus safety, local law enforcement, and victim advocates.

Click here to visit the NYS Police Campus Sexual Assault Victim's Unit


Phone | 607-277-5000

This is a confidential resource.

For any questions or immediate assistance please contact our 24 hour hotline (607-277-5000) to speak with an advocate.

Click here to visit the Advocacy Center of Tompkins County Website

Click here to visit the informational website created by New York State, in cooperation with the Advocacy Center of Ithaca.

The NSVRC’s mission is to provide leadership in preventing and responding to sexual violence through collaboration, sharing and creating resources, and promoting research.

Click here to visit the NSVRC website

National Sexual Assault Hotline | 800.656.4673

National Sexual Assault Online Hotline |

Click here to visit the RAINN website

Click here to view NYS and National Resources near you

LawNY® is a non-profit law firm that provides free legal assistance to people in 14 counties in western New York.

Click here to visit the LawNY website

The New York State Office of Victim Services (OVS) is here to help you in a number of ways as you, a family member, or friend cope with victimization from a crime.

Click here to visit the OVS website

Department of Defense (DoD) Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Office (SAPRO) represents the Secretary of Defense as the central authority charged with preventing sexual assault in the military and facilitating recovery for survivors. Their mission is to promote military readiness by reducing sexual assault through prevention, advocacy, and execution of SAPR Program policy, planning, and oversight across the DoD Community.

Members of the United States Military, including those enrolled in an ROTC program can find more information, resources, and reporting options at:

Safety and Security Options, Interventions, & Resources

The Office of Public Safety and the Title IX Office can provide information, guidance or assistance concerning protective safety and security options and other resources that may be available such as the following:

An order of protection is issued by the court to limit the behavior of someone who harms or threatens to harm another person. It is used to address various types of safety issues, including, but not limited to situations involving domestic violence. Family Courts and Criminal Courts can both issue orders of protection. An order of protection may direct the offending person not to injure, threaten or harass you, your family, or any other person(s) listed in the order. It may also include other restrictions as designated by the court. It is a crime to violate a temporary or final order of protection. The individual does not have to hit or harm you to violate the order. The Office of Public Safety and Emergency Management can respond to questions regarding protective options available to you, including Orders of Protection, and will provide guidance and assistance in securing an Order of Protection if/when the situation warrants. However, should an Order of Protection be obtained without the assistance of Campus Police, notification should be made to ensure the information is on file with the Office of Public Safety and Emergency Management. This will ensure that necessary information is readily available to Campus Police should the offender violate the Order.

The College, through the judicial process, can issue a restriction notice that limits certain forms of communication or contact between parties. Campus Police may issue a restriction notice at the onset or preliminary investigation of a criminal or judicial violation, to include facilitating other safety and security precautions, depending on the situation, and typically in collaboration with other campus offices or officials. However, the Office of Judicial Affairs determines when and how long a restriction notice remains in place, depending on the circumstances. Restriction notices may be administered along with other conditions, as determined by the College, with consideration for the safety and security of the victim, the offender, and the campus community, as a whole. Criminal charges are not necessary for a restriction notice to be administered or enforced by way of the College judicial process. The complete judicial process is outlined in the Ithaca College Policy Manual, Student Conduct Code.

Between the hours of 9:00 pm and 3:00 am, SASP walking patrols conduct on-campus walking escorts for the campus community.  Anyone desiring an escort can call the Office of Public Safety at (607) 274-3333 or contact a dispatcher on a blue-light phone. During all other hours, a public safety officer will assist

When immediate intervention is warranted, students have the option of working with the Office of Residential Life for temporary living arrangements, in the interest of safety and security. Students may work directly with the Office of Residential Life who may collaborate with other campus offices for temporary relocation, based on the circumstances. Academic accommodations can also be arranged, as needed.

If you are a pregnant or parenting student, Ithaca College has resources available.  You may visit Health Promotions, Student Accessibility Services, the Hammond Health Center.  If you feel are being discriminated as a result of being pregnant, you may make a report to the Title IX Office.


The Office of Student Affairs and Campus Life (SACL) can be a resource for other privacy considerations and options available to students, such as the removal of public access to directory information. Students are encouraged to contact SACL to learn more about privacy options.

Request a facilitated discussion between parties.

The Title IX Office can help facilitate connections with resources both on and off campus.