Title IX Information

Policy on Sexual Misconduct, Sexual Harassment, Sexual Exploitation, Stalking, Dating Violence, and Domestic Violence

Welcome! Manor College cares about our students and our community as evidenced by our core values. The College is committed to promoting a campus environment the encourages timely reporting and provides support for those who have been sexually assaulted or subjected to sexual harassment, rape, relationship violence or stalking, and is committed to providing resources and processes for prevention, education, reporting, adjudication, protection from retaliation and sanctions.

Any member of the community who is a victim of sexual violence is encouraged to seek support and assistance and to report the incident to any member of the Title IX team (see list below), immediately.

Here you will be able to find Manor’s most up to date Title IX policy, who’s who in Title IX, the training material used to train Title IX committee members, additional resources for victims along with an incident report form and the official formal complaint form.

Manor’s Title IX Team 

  • Tina Colella, Deputy Title IX Coordinator
  • John Dempster, Deputy Title IX Coordinator
  • Shamika Ford, Deputy Title IX Coordinator
  • Chris Hartman, Deputy Title IX Coordinator
  • Allison Mootz, Deputy Title IX Coordinator (Appeals Officer)