Why should you submit a report?

We strongly encourage you to submit a report if you have experienced a situation that violates Title IX or the Sexual Misconduct Policy. Doing so will allow us to connect you with support, assistance, and resources, and it will also help the College work to prevent similar situations from occurring in the future. It is important to note that filing a report does not automatically initiate an investigation. If you are unsure if you’d like to make a report, we encourage you to reach out to one of the confidential resources mentioned above to discuss your options.

All College employees who do not have legally protected confidentiality are considered Responsible Employees and are mandated to report potential violations to this policy.

Additional Reporting Methods

If you would prefer to make your report in person, via email, or via phone, you can reach the Title IX Coordinator in Skiff Hall or at titleix@champlain.edu or (802) 865-5765.

Please Note: Reports are reviewed during normal business hours and may not be immediately addressed. If you or someone you know is in immediate danger, please call Campus Public Safety at (802) 865-6465. They are available 24/7.


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    Confidential & Non-Confidential Resources

    Both confidential and non-confidential reporting and support resources are available on campus and in the greater Burlington community.

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    Reporting Process

    You’ve made a report by filling out this Sexual Misconduct and Title IX Report Form, but what happens next?

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    Title IX Team

    Champlain’s Title IX Team is comprised of a Title IX Coordinator and a team of Deputy Coordinators from various departments around the College. Learn more about this team’s role on campus and how they support complaints and investigations.

Title IX Office

Skiff Hall
163 S Willard St.
Burlington, VT 05401
8:00 AM–4:30 PM