Due to ongoing concerns posed by Coronavirus (COVID-19), the Title IX Office has moved its operations offsite until further notice. We will continue to provide services to the Clark community using telephonic and Zoom technology.
To speak with the Title IX Office please contact, either Elyana Kadish, Program Manager, or Lynn Levey, Title IX Coordinator, by email, at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com, respectively. Emails or voicemails left for the Title IX team will be returned at our earliest convenience.
For emergencies, please contact University Police at 508.793.7575.
Please email or call with any further questions.
Clark has specific policies for sexual offense as they apply to Clark community members. Clark’s policies, standards, and regulations are written below. Understanding the community standards will help you navigate your time here at Clark and provide guidance.
To review the current details of this policy, click on the appropriate file that represents your role here at Clark:
Please note: The party making an allegation of a sexual offense is considered a complainant and the party being accused is called a respondent. Allegations of a violation of a Clark University Sexual Offense Policy will be governed by whether the respondent is faculty, staff, or a student.
Additionally Prohibited Conduct
Aiding or Facilitating a Sexual Offense
Aiding or facilitating a sexual offense means promoting or encouraging the commission of any behavior prohibited under this policy. Members of the Clark community are prohibited both from personally engaging in sexual offenses, and also from engaging in conduct which assists or encourages another person to engage in such misconduct.
In most circumstances, Clark University will treat attempts to commit any of the violations listed in this policy as if those attempts had been completed.
Clark University will not tolerate intentional false reporting of incidents. It is a violation of the Student Code of Conduct to make an intentionally false report of any policy violation, and it may also violate state criminal statutes and civil defamation laws.