Safety and Respect for ALL - Faculty, Staff & Students

Champlain College cares about the wellbeing of all students, faculty, and staff.  We are committed to creating and maintaining a safe and healthy environment where all members of the community are treated with respect and dignity.

Therefore, the college does not tolerate harassment, discrimination and sexual misconduct in any form. These acts are not only a violation against an individual; they are also acts that affects the entire college community. Acts of sexual harassment, sex offenses, stalking, dating violence, and domestic violence are inconsistent with Champlain's educational mission and our values. 

Champlain College provides a variety of resources and educational programs designed to prevent harassment, discrimination, and sexual misconduct within our community.  These resources provide information on awareness prevention and support in response in the event an incident has occurred. 

Please join Champlain in creating a campus culture that is safe for all of us by becoming aware of policies, support programs and your role in being a responsible member of our community. 

Campus Contacts and Resources

Faculty and Staff Training,

What is...?See Something, Say Something, Do Something

Title IX

Clery Act

Violence Against Women Act (VAWA)

Campus SaVE (The Campus Sexual Violence Elimination) Act

Dear Colleague Letter

Champlain College Policies

Sexual Misconduct

Discrimination and Harassment Prevention and Complaint Procedure

Dangerous or Disruptive Behavior

Standard of Conduct

Important Information for Faculty and Staff

All Faculty and Staff are "Responsible Employees"

Who can I send students to as Confidential Resources for Students?

Who is the College's Title IX Coordinator?

What is the Student Care & Response Team? Who should be Referred and what happens after I submit a Referral?


How to report Discrimination and Harassment

How to report a Bias Incident or Hate Crime

How to report Sexual Misconduct

State of Vermont Definitions of:



Sexual Harassment

Sexual Misconduct

Sexual Assault

Domestic Violence

Dating Violence


Student Climate Survey

See, Say, Do Campaign

Report a Concern

Report Emergencies

  • If you feel threatened or know of someone who is in extreme distress, call 911.
  • Campus Public Safety is another resource: (802) 865-6465.
  • The Student Care & Response Team does NOT respond directly to emergencies.