Harvey Mudd does well navigating the legality of Title IX, but still needs more confidential student resources.
Harvey Mudd College mentors — older students who live in dorms with first years to support them and plan events — are now required to report to administrators any incidents of sexual assault and suicidal ideation about which they’re told, officials said.
Pomona College must pay $130,000 in attorney fees to a former student accused of sexual assault for denying him a “fair hearing,” a California appeals court ruled Oct. 3.
Claremont McKenna College’s Title IX office is investigating reported actions by members of the Claremont-Mudd-Scripps swim and dive team, a college spokesperson said Wednesday.
Scripps College will lose its Title IX coordinator at the start of the academic year.
Pomona released proposed updates to its student code policies, relating to alcohol policy, free speech and the Good Samaritan Policy.
Pomona College announced its new advocates for sexual assault survivors program will be more directly linked to Project Sister, a local survivor support group, and will have a more hierarchical structure.
Pomona College sponsors told TSL they frequently feel ill-prepared to assist students in crisis and are wary about recommending students to on-campus mental health resources.
A Pomona committee addressing sexual assault faced criticism from students for suspending the Advocates program at a forum Tuesday.
A California appeals court has revived a Claremont McKenna College student’s Title IX lawsuit against the college, ruling that the lack of cross examination resulted in an unfair hearing.