Title IX: Sexual Misconduct, Harassment & Discrimination

What is Title IX?

Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 is a federal gender equity law that prohibits sex discrimination on the basis of sex in education programs or activities that receive federal funding. Sexual discrimination, which includes sexual harassment and all forms of relationship violence and nonconsensual sexual misconduct, are prohibited under this law.

“No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving federal financial assistance.”

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Title IX at Roberts Wesleyan College

The mission of Roberts Wesleyan College is to prepare thoughtful, spiritually mature, service-oriented people who will help transform society. In order to fulfill its mission, Roberts is committed to providing a learning, living, and working environment free from sexual discrimination.

Who to Contact if You Need to Report Sexual Misconduct:

Ruth Logan
Vice President for Student & Organizational Development
Rinker Center, Room 107
585-594-6532
loganr@roberts.edu
Monika Robertson
Title IX Coordinator
Rinker Center, Room 122
585-594-6222
Robertson_Monika@roberts.edu​
Campus Safety, available 24/7
585-594-7777
Voller Athletic Center, Room 270

Amy Porpilia
Executive Director of Human Resources and Deputy Title IX Coordinator
Rinker Center, Room 114D
585-594-6381
porpiliaa@roberts.edu

Becky Bonner
Athletics Senior Woman Administrator and Deputy Title IX Coordinator
Voller Athletic Center, Room 241
585-594-6149
bonner_becky@roberts.edu
 

Health Center
upper Voller Athletic Center, Suite 231
585-594-6360

Confidential reporting site that can assist you with initial assessment after an incident of sexual violence.

Jennifer Aube
Deputy Title IX Coordinator
Carpenter Hall, Room 408
585-594-6483
aube_jennifer@roberts.edu

Mike Broberg
Dean of Students
Rinker Center, Room 134
585-594-6765
brobergm@roberts.edu
 

Local Law Enforcement
Call 911 or New York State Police's 24/7 hotline: 1-844-845-7269

Law enforcement officers are specially trained in investigating sexual offenses and supporting victims with reporting a sexual offense. 

Counseling Center
upper Voller Athletic Center
585-594-6882

Confidential reporting site that can inform you of common emotional reactions and discussing coping methods that may assist you immediately following the assault and later

Jon Bratt
Chaplain
upper Voller Athletic Center
585-594-6530
bratt_jonathan@roberts.edu

Confidential reporting site

 

Monroe County Sheriff's Office Victims Assistance
2330 South Union Street
Spencerport, NY
585-753-4455

The Monroe County Sheriff’s Office employs experienced and professional victim counselors.