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Title IX Resources

The college encourages individuals who believe they are being or have been subjected to inappropriate conduct, and others with knowledge of such conduct, to report the conduct through the procedures described below, and to seek the support of the college and/or external resources identified in the Policy.

On Campus Resources

To make a confidential report, or to learn more about your options and resources before making an official complaint, contact:

Coordinator for Campus Prevention, Intervention, and Advocacy, who serves as our Survivor Advocate

  • Available by appointment or by chance in Gander/World Studies Program building, office 2.
  • Contact Megan Grove via email or phone (mgrove@marlboro.edu, 802-258-9227 or x227).
  • Services provided include:
    • First responder support
    • Victim/survivor advocacy
    • Academic support or accommodations
    • Changes to living, working, or course schedules
    • Transportation-related accommodations
    • Safety planning

Total Health Center Counseling Office

  • Open Monday-Friday from 9:00 am - 4:00 pm, by appointment or chance.
  • Please call 802-258-9335 (from outside the college), or x335 (from a campus phone) to make an appointment.

Title IX Coordinator

  • To make an official complaint and/or to obtain more detailed Policy information, contact Title IX Coordinator, Jean Kiewel at jkiewel@marlboro.edu or by pager at: 1-802-742-4705.

Off Campus Resources

The Women’s Freedom Center

  • Provides resources via a 24-hour hotline (802-254-6954) and in person support to any victims of sexual or domestic crimes including rape, fondling, incest, statutory rape, domestic or dating violence, stalking.
  • The Women’s Freedom Center works with folks of any gender identity and exercises radical confidentiality.

Note that all faculty members and College employees (including RAs and identified student leaders) are Responsible Employees under Title IX Federal legislation. If you discuss an incident with any member of our faculty or staff, they are required to report it to our Title IX coordinator. When the Title IX coordinator learns of a crime, they will do everything possible to protect the complainant’s privacy and preferences about confidentiality, while also ensuring the safety of our broader campus community.

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