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Reporting

Any person who feels that they may have experienced discrimination based on sex, including sexual assault or sexual harrassment, is encouraged to report to any Responsible Employee (as defined below) or to the Title IX Coordinator:

The Rhode Island College’s Office of Affirmative Action
Title IX Coordinator – Margaret Lynch-Gadaleta, Director
Roberts Hall 301
Providence, Rhode Island 02908
mlynchgadaleta@ric.edu
401-456-8387
Fax: 401-456-8717

Reports may also be made to the following individuals:

Title IX Deputy Coordinator, Dr. Marissa Weiss, Interim Associate Dean of Students, mweiss@ric.edu or 401-456-8149​

Title IX Deputy Coordinator, Jo-Ann D’Alessandro, Associate Director of Athletics, Intercollegiate Athletics, Intramurals, and Recreation, jdalessandro@ric.edu or 401-456-9882

Complaint Form

Click here to download the form.

Confidential Reporting

Individuals may report confidentially to:

RIC Health Services: 401-456-8055

RIC Counseling Center: 401-456-8094

Dating Violence, Domestic Violence and Stalking

Any person who feels that they may have experienced discrimination based on sex, including sexual assault or sexual harassment, as well as dating violence, domestic violence or stalking, is encouraged to report to any Responsible Employee (as defined below) or to the Title IX Coordinator.

Responsible Employees

The following individuals shall be considered “Responsible Employees” at the College: (1) any employee who has the authority to take action to redress discrimination on the basis of sex; (2) any employee who has been given the duty to report discrimination on the basis of sex to the Title IX Coordinator or other appropriate school official; or (3) any individual who a student could reasonably believe has this authority or responsibility. All Responsible Employees are obligated to report discrimination on the basis of sex that they know, or in the exercise of reasonable care should have known about, to the Title IX Coordinator or designee. Mental health counselors, pastoral counselors, psychologists, health services staff or other employees with a professional license that requires confidentiality, and the individuals they supervise, are not Responsible Employees.​​

Page last updated: February 05, 2018