Kenyon has posted and is publicly sharing 2018 crime statistics and safety-related policies and procedures as required by the federal Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act.
Posted in Title IX
In a email to the campus community on Sept. 16, Civil Rights/Title IX Coordinator Samantha Hughes provided an overview of 2018-19 activity related to the Office for Civil Rights and provided information about their work going forward.
Kenyon's Civil Rights/Title IX Coordinator Samantha Hughes responds to the Department of Education's new guidance on campus sexual misconduct.
This is the second in a series of regular community updates about Title IX work at Kenyon, including specific advancements on the recommendations arising from the recent comprehensive audit of Kenyon’s Title IX/Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) policy, procedures and outcomes.
In October 2016, Kenyon faculty and staff members were invited to participate in an anonymous survey regarding the campus climate and sexual assault. Of the 767 employees invited to participate, 359 completed the survey for a 46.8 percent response rate. The intention of the survey was to better understand faculty and staff perceptions of Kenyon’s climate concerning unwanted sexual contact and sexual misconduct, how Kenyon addresses and responds to sexual assault, and whether and how often employees have experienced sexual misconduct and relationship violence while working.