Options for support are available for anyone harmed or impacted by sexual harassment or sexual violence, dating or domestic violence, or stalking, regardless of whether the person harmed or impacted also chooses options for accountability.
Any member of the University of Redlands community can contact the Director of Equity & Title IX Coordinator to ask questions, learn more about options and resources, request supportive measures, make a complaint, or choose which steps are right for you.
Supportive measures are available regardless of whether someone chooses to make a formal complaint. Supportive measures may include options such as short or long-term changes to work, academic, or activity schedules or housing; no contact directives; counseling; and other measures for safety and well-being.
You can email, call, stop by, or write the Director of Equity & Title IX Coordinator, Corinne Vorenkamp:
If you’d like to speak with someone confidentially, these options do not report what you share to the Title IX Coordinator or others, with exceptions for crimes against anyone under eighteen or in situations involving imminent risk of harm: