Mount Carmel College of Nursing is committed to maintaining a healthy and safe learning, living, educational, and working environment that is free from gender discrimination and harassment and to creating an environment that promotes responsibility, dignity, and respect in matters of sexual conduct. Title IX prohibits Discrimination, Harassment, and Retaliation of any kind on the basis of sex. Title IX also prohibits Violence Against Women Act offenses (“Sexual and Interpersonal Offenses”) such as sexual assault, sexual misconduct, sexual violence, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking. Any person, regardless of gender, can be a victim/survivor of a Title IX violation. This Policy applies to both on-campus and off-campus conduct, academic, educational, co-curricular, and other MCCN programs. Any Title IX violation is strictly prohibited and will not be tolerated.
By providing resources for prevention, education, support, investigation, and a fair disciplinary process, MCCN seeks to eliminate Title IX violations. MCCN is dedicated to preventing these violations by providing:
- Education and prevention programming informing the community about the risks and myths that contribute to violence.
- Assistance and support including interim support measures.
- Processes for reliable and impartial investigation and adjudication that includes appropriate disciplinary sanctions for those who commit Title IX violations including suspension and dismissal. When a violation does occur, MCCN will take appropriate steps to prevent its recurrence and remedy the discriminatory effect on the reporter (and victim/survivor if different from the reporter) and others, as appropriate.
MCCN’s Policy is designed to comply with applicable state and federal laws. MCCN reserves the right to modify or deviate from this Policy when, in the sole judgment of MCCN, circumstances warrant, in order to protect the rights of the involved parties, or to comply with the law.
This Policy describes how MCCN typically responds to reports of Title IX violations. It also:
- Provides guidance for those who have been the victim/survivor of such a violation.
- Outlines MCCN’s student disciplinary response to alleged violations.
- Identifies the relevant places within MCCN responsible for the Policy and programs associated with it.
The MCCN Title IX Director of Compliance is also MCCN’s Title IX Coordinator and handles matters related to Title IX violations. The Director of Compliance may be reached at 614-234-2341, 127 S. Davis Ave, Columbus, Ohio 43222. The Director of Compliance will help students or employees:
- Access medical and mental health treatment.
- Report the Sexual or Interpersonal Offense to the police.
- Access support resources.
- Assist the victim/survivor in obtaining a MCCN no-contact order, a court-issued restraining order, or other lawful order of protection.
MCCN encourages students and employees who have been the victim/survivor of Sexual or Interpersonal Offenses to pursue criminal charges against the person or persons they believe to have committed the crime. A criminal charge and a MCCN investigation or disciplinary complaint may be pursued at the same time. Students or employees may file a disciplinary complaint with or without pursuing criminal charges. Victim/survivor support and resources are available regardless of criminal charges, or MCCN disciplinary action.
For a complete copy of the Mount Carmel Title IX Policy, click here. Inquiries concerning the application of Title IX and its regulations may be referred to the Mount Carmel Title IX Coordinator (614-234-2341) or the Deputy Title IX Office (614-234-5828).127 S. Davis Ave, Columbus, Ohio 43222.