Peter A. Testori, EdD
Dean of Academic Resources & Coordinator, Title IX
The University is committed to treating all individuals with dignity, care respect. Any individual affected by sexual misconduct, whether as a Complainant, a Respondent, or a third party, will have equal access to support and counseling services through the University. The University recognizes that any individual involved in an incident of sexual misconduct may have questions and we encourage Bay Path community members to seek the support of campus and community resources. The University can provide guidance in making decisions, obtaining information about available resources, and assisting either party in the event that a report and/or resolution is pursued. Individuals are encouraged to use all available resources, regardless of whether the incident occurred recently or in the past.
Complainants, Respondents and third parties can expect:
The University encourages all Bay Path community members to report an incident of sexual misconduct. The University recognizes, however, that there are many barriers to reporting, both individual and societal, and not every individual will choose to make a formal report with the University or with local law enforcement. For those individuals who are not prepared to make a report, there are several confidential resources available for students, staff, faculty.
The following resources are confidential: