Sexual Misconduct & Title IX Resources

Both confidential and non-confidential reporting and support resources are available on campus and in the greater Burlington community for anyone affected by sex discrimination, sexual harassment, or sexual misconduct. Champlain College also partners with stakeholders across campus and in the community to provide educational programming and to raise awareness.

Reporting and Support: Confidential Resources

Confidential resources are people who are not required to disclose the information shared with them. However, if the information shared involves the abuse of a minor or vulnerable adult, or an immediate threat to someone's life, then they are required to share the information with the appropriate authorities.


On-campus confidential resources:

  • The Student Health Center is open Monday-Friday and can be reached at (802) 860-2711.

    The Student Health Center has expanded its services to include medical forensic exams from a certified Forensic Nurse Examiner (FNE). These services began in January 2023. Champlain has been facilitating access to these exams in partnership with the UVM Medical Center and will continue to do so on an as-needed basis.

Off-campus confidential resources:

  • HOPE Works in Burlington has a 24/7 hotline for survivors of sexual violence, which can be reached at (802) 863-1236. Visit their website at for more information.
  • UVM Medical Center in Burlington offers specialized care for sexual assault victims 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
  • Pride Center of Vermont in Burlington offers a SafeSpace anti-violence program, which provides comprehensive services to support LGBTQ+ survivors of hate, bias, harassment, discrimination, abuse, intimate partner violence, stalking, trafficking, sexual assault, and other systemic and community harms.
  • Steps to End Domestic Violence in Burlington assists in the transition to a safe, independent life for all those who have been affected physically, sexually, emotionally, or economically by domestic abuse.


Reporting and Support: Non-confidential Resources

All other College employees are required to report information regarding sex discrimination, sexual harassment, and sexual misconduct to the Title IX Coordinator. Student employees in work-related roles are also required to report this information.

On-campus non-confidential resources:

Off-campus non-confidential resource:

  • The Burlington Police Department is located at 1 North Avenue in Burlington and can be reached at (802) 658-2704. The College can provide assistance in contacting them or you may choose to contact them independently.

Please note that whichever resource you choose, your information will be kept private. Non-confidential resources will only share the information with people who need to know, in accordance with Title IX federal regulations and College policy.

What happens when your information is reported to a non-confidential source?

Learn more about the steps that follow in the reporting process


How to Submit a Report

Use this Sexual Misconduct and Title IX Report Form to report sexual or gender-based discrimination, harassment, and misconduct, including sexual assault, non-consensual sexual contact, sexual exploitation, intimate partner violence, and stalking to the Title IX Coordinator. This form may be submitted anonymously.

Please note: Reports are reviewed during normal business hours and may not be immediately addressed.

If you would prefer to make your report in person, via email, or via phone, you can reach Cory Davis, Senior Director of Community Standards and Interim Title IX Coordinator, in Skiff Hall or at or (802) 865-6428.

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.

If you or someone you know is in immediate danger, please call Public Safety at (802) 865-6465. They are available 24/7.

Submit a report

Title IX Resources for Pregnant/Parenting Students

Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 prohibits discrimination based on sex in education programs or activities. This includes discrimination against pregnant and parenting students.

Students can request an adjustment through the Title IX Office for pregnancy or parenting-related needs. Students may also request academic accommodations on a condition related to pregnancy through the Office of Accessibility.

Types of Adjustments:

  • Seating arrangement
  • Breaks throughout class on an as-needed basis
  • Rescheduling of quizzes, tests, or exams
  • Excused absences for pregnant students or for parenting students who need to care for a sick child or take their child to the doctor
  • Submitting late work
  • Providing an alternative to missed work

To request adjustments, please contact the Title IX Coordinator or the Deputy Coordinators.