All members of the Palmer College community should be free from sexual misconduct impacting the educational or workplace environment. The College seeks to foster a climate free from sexual misconduct through a coordinated education and prevention program, clear and effective policies, as well as investigative and complaint procedures that are prompt, equitable and accessible to all.
Sexual Misconduct Policies and Procedures
Policies and Procedures
- View Notice of Nondiscrimination
- View Institutional Policy: Equal Opportunity
- View Institutional Policy: Title IX Sexual Misconduct Policy & Procedures Handbook
- View Institutional Policy: Non-Title IX Sexual Misconduct Policy & Procedures Handbook
You may also refer to the glossaries in the TIX and Non-TIX Policy & Procedures Handbooks for other relevant terminology.
Sexual Misconduct Reporting Options
Any member of the College community may report or file a complaint of sexual misconduct through the Title IX Coordinator or deputies by telephone, email, or in person during regular office hours.
Accordingly, the College encourages impacted individuals to notify the TIX Coordinator. Campus Security may be contacted at any time to provide assistance in contacting local law enforcement
**Simply reporting Sexual Misconduct does not constitute a Formal Complaint**
The College encourages all members of the College community to contact Campus Security at any time to seek security assistance.
The College encourages members of each campus community to seek the support of community resources as needed. Individuals impacted by sexual misconduct are encouraged to seek appropriate help through available community resources, regardless of whether the individual chooses to formally report the misconduct or whether the incident occurred recently or in the past.
Report to Local Law Enforcement
The College encourages all impacted individuals with concerns about potential criminal conduct to seek assistance from law enforcement immediately.
Local law enforcement agencies do not typically notify the College of reports of criminal activity, so the College will not have notice of criminal incidents, behaviors, or conduct of a sexual nature unless a report is made to the TIX Coordinator.
Davenport Police: 563-326-7979
Port Orange Police: 386-566-4578