The College of the Holy Cross is a community of trust based in the Jesuit tradition whose existence depends on strict adherence to standards of conduct set by its members. Among these are standards regarding human sexuality, any expression of which must affirm the integrity and dignity of oneself and others. Sexual misconduct, in all forms, violates the sanctity of the human body and spirit and will not be tolerated within the College community. The College is committed to providing an environment of well-being, learning, and accountability for its members by preventing the occurrence of sexual misconduct and addressing its effects.
IMPORTANT NOTE: The College has revised its Sexual Misconduct Policy on August 14, 2020 and can be found here (PDF). These webpages are under revision.
"IMPORTANT NOTE: The College has revised its Sexual Misconduct Policy on August 14, 2020. These webpages are under revision."
- Overview of the College of the Holy Cross Sexual Misconduct Policy
- Definitions of Prohibited Conduct Under the College of the Holy Cross Sexual Misconduct Policy
- Process for Investigating and Resolving Complaints
- College Resources and Community Resources
- State Law Definitions
- Additional Considerations
- Prevention Education
- Office of the Director of Title IX Initiatives
- Title IX Coordinator, Deputy Coordinators & Other Campus Resources
- Training (PDF)
- Interim Equal Opportunity and Discriminatory Harassment Policy (PDF)
- Office of Title IX Initiatives - Annual Report - FY18 (PDF)
- Title IX Q&A - Campus Climate Website
- Information on Proposed Title IX Regulations