College Policies Related to Student Conduct

Below are the College Policies as referred to in Section 19.01 of the Student Code of Conduct.

Alcohol and Drug Use

Alcohol/Drug Intervention Policy

The College recognizes that education alone is not sufficient to address an individual’s actual or suspected use of alcohol or drugs. For that reason, in addition to participation in educational activities, the College may require as a condition of continued enrollment that a student participate in mandatory evaluation, counseling, complete testing, and/or appropriate medical treatment for alcohol or drug use if:

  • The student demonstrates inappropriate behavior linked to the use of alcohol or illegal drugs.
  • A pattern of behavior indicates a student may be abusing alcohol or drugs.
  • The College receives from persons who have direct contact with the student credible information that creates concern about alcohol or drug use by an individual student.

Fulfillment of any mandatory requirements in these instances is at the student’s expense when a cost is involved, except with respect to drug tests. When a student is required to complete a drug test, financial responsibility will be determined by the outcome of the test. If the test is positive for drug use, the student is financially responsible; if the test is negative for drug use, the College is financially responsible for the drug test. If a drug test is performed to demonstrate compliance with a student conduct sanction, then the cost of the drug test is the student’s responsibility. The Vice President for Student Affairs and Diversity Initiatives will provide the individual student additional information about procedures at the time the student is notified of required counseling, testing, or medical treatment.

NCAA

Students who are members of varsity athletic teams are required to fulfill NCAA requirements for drug testing, education, counseling and other appropriate treatment when alcohol or drug use is suspected or confirmed. In keeping with NCAA regulations, student varsity athletes found responsible for College violations, including violations of the Policy on Alcohol and Drugs, are subject to sanctions assigned by the Athletic Department Discipline Committee. These sanctions are in addition to the actions and sanctions assigned to students found responsible for college policy violations through the College Student Conduct Process.

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Bias-Related Misconduct

Bias-related misconduct occurs when it is motivated on the basis of race, color, national origin, ancestry, gender, religion, religious practice, old age, disability, or sexual orientation. Bias-related misconduct may also be considered a hate crime as specified by federal, state or local law.

Consistent with the values of St. John Fisher College and as a recipient of Federal financial assistance, the College has no tolerance for actions that use force or the threat of force to willfully injure, intimidate, or interfere with and individual’s (or a class of people’s) ability to exercise or enjoy certain federal rights including the benefits of any program or activity offered at the College.

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College Posting Policy

Posting of signs, bulletins, flyers or any advertisement or notice on College property is permitted within the following guidelines. Postings are only permitted:

  • On designated campus bulletin boards
  • On the marble wall (located across from the Security Desk in Haffey Hall)
  • Within dining halls, upon approval of Lackmann Culinary Services, by contacting the Lackmann Culinary Services Business Office.

Due to fire code regulations, safety hazards, and cleaning issues, postings are not permitted on non-bulletin board areas including:

  • Walls
  • Glass doors and windows
  • Stairwells or fire doors

On special occasions and during special events, posting on walls and other approved areas, indoors and/or outdoors, will be granted with the approval of the Office of Campus Life and must be done with the use of appropriate materials. If damage is caused to an area, and a student or organization is identified as the responsible party, the student or organization will be held financially responsible for needed repairs. Areas to consider include (but are not limited to): LeChase Commons, Campus Center and sidewalks (with the use of sidewalk chalk only).

Postings are permitted up for only one (1) week. The date of when the posting is put up should be written in the lower right hand corner. It is the responsibility of the organization and/or the individual who received authorization to remove old signage. Failure to do so may result in loss of posting privileges.

  • Postings need to be removed immediately after the event has occurred.
  • Duplicate posters should not occur on the same bulletin board.
  • Postings should be hung directly on the bulletin board and not on top of another posting.
  • The name of the sponsoring club, organization, or department needs to be on the item posted.
  • All posting must comply with campus policy.
  • Alcohol/drug logos or references thereto cannot be included in any sign, bulletin, flyer, or advertisement.
  • Signs, bulletins, and/or flyers may not be distributed under office, classroom, or Residence Hall room doors, in lounges, or on College property without authorization from the appropriate College official(s).
  • All postings for non-College related activities, events, organizations, etc., must be approved by the Office of Campus Life. Such postings are only permitted on the designated “general posting” bulletin boards. Questions may be directed to the Office of Campus Life, located on the 2nd floor of the Campus Center or email campuslife@sjfc.edu.
  • All postings in the Residence Halls must be approved by and distributed through the Office of Residential Life. The Office of Residential Life is located on the 2nd floor of the Campus Center or at email reslife@sjfc.edu.

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College Search Policy

The College reserves the right to inspect the contents of student rooms, vehicles, packages, handbags, backpacks or the like, when violations of College policy, State or Federal laws are suspected. The purpose of this policy is to establish procedures for a search to which St. John Fisher College students may be subject. The primary consideration is balancing a student’s right to privacy with the College’s need to enforce College policy and ensure campus safety.

Any area or property located on College premises and under the control or custody of a student is subject to search including, but not limited to:

  • college-owned buildings and residences;
  • student-owned, operated and/or controlled motor vehicles located on College premises;
  • and any personal property located or contained in the aforementioned structures or vehicles, including student packages, handbags or backpacks.

A search may occur as part of an investigation when Safety and Security Officer has established a reasonable belief that a violation of College policy or federal, state, or local law is occurring, or has occurred, and there is evidence to be confiscated relating to that violation.

Additionally, a search may occur under the following circumstances:

  • In response to a fire, or fire alarm; to ensure the room is vacant during fire drills
  • When emergency conditions apply such as someone’s health or safety is in immediate danger
  • When contraband is observed in plain view
  • When consent to search is obtained from at least one student in the assigned area
  • When authorization to search is granted by the Assistant Dean of Student and Residential Life (or in her absence the Vice President for Student Affairs & Diversity Initiatives)

The above policy does not apply to facilities services personnel as maintenance requests are considered as permission to enter.

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Confiscation Policy

When prohibited items are encountered or discovered by college officials, are subject to confiscation. College personnel, including Safety and Security Officers and Residence Life professional staff members, have the authority to confiscate prohibited items.

Items confiscated for health, fire, or safety reasons may be returned to the owner at the end of the term (or earlier by arrangement with the Residence Director or Department of Safety and Security) provided that the item is removed from campus immediately and not returned to the premises. Illegal items (such as controlled substances, drug paraphernalia, and weapons) will not be returned. In addition, any alcohol or alcohol paraphernalia confiscated will be disposed of at the time of the incident.

Any confiscated item not claimed by the owner by the end of the academic year in which the item was seized will be disposed of without notification. When possible and appropriate, unclaimed items will be donated to a local charity.

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Disruptive Behavior Intervention and Response Policy

When, in the judgment of the College, an individual’s behavior is disruptive to the educational and living environment that the College seeks to maintain, that student may be required to undergo psychological and/or medical evaluation and/or a hearing for mandatory withdrawal from the College.

Mandatory psychological and/or medical evaluation and withdrawal will be considered in cases where a student’s behavior creates a threat of danger to self, others, or property, or disruption of the educational process and mission of the College. In such situations, the Assistant Dean of Student and Residential Life will meet with the student whose behavior is the cause for concern to discuss the concern and determine if additional assessment by qualified professionals is appropriate. The Assistant Dean will rely on available information and evidence in assessing an individual student’s situation, and will consult with appropriate professional staff at the College in making such determinations. The College will make every effort to work with the student involved, but reserves the right to contact the student’s parents/legal guardians, spouse, partner, and/or emergency contact person on record.

When, in the judgment of the Assistant Dean or the Assistant Dean’s designee, a direct or imminent threat of harm exists based on statements made or behaviors exhibited by the student, the Assistant Dean or the Assistant Dean’s designee may take an interim action prior to meeting with the student. The College may remove a student from the Residence Halls or from attending classes or from the campus on a temporary basis, pending the outcome of an evaluation and/or hearing for a mandatory withdrawal if the student presents a risk to self, others, or property. If there is an interim suspension, the student involved will receive notification in writing of the hearing procedures, within five calendar days of the suspension. This notification will include the timeframe within which the psychological and/or medical evaluation and/or hearing will occur.

If a student engages in suicidal behavior, the College will arrange emergency transportation for the student to an appropriate medical facility, and the Assistant Dean or the Assistant Dean’s designee will place the student on a leave of absence from the College, effective immediately, pending the outcome of an evaluation by a licensed mental health professional.

Violation(s) of the College’s Code of Conduct will be referred through the College’s Student Conduct System.

Procedures For Mandatory Evaluation

A student who is required to undergo evaluation by a licensed mental health counselor, psychologist, psychiatrist, or physician will be notified in writing by the Assistant Dean of Student and Residential Life either by personal delivery or certified letter. This letter may confirm a verbal directive previously given to the student by the Assistant Dean. A licensed, independent evaluator must conduct the evaluation. Within 48 hours of the receipt of this letter, the student must inform the Assistant Dean, in writing, of the name and address of the evaluator. The Assistant Dean will provide the evaluator with information regarding precipitating events and issues that need to be addressed through the evaluation. The student must undergo the evaluation as soon as possible, and no later than ten calendar days from the date of the letter informing the student of the mandatory evaluation. The evaluator must forward to the Coordinator of Mental Health Services a completed report, which the student may review with the Coordinator of Mental Health Services or the Director of the Wellness Center, as appropriate.

The student must sign appropriate releases authorizing the evaluator and staff of the Wellness Center to discuss and share appropriate information from the evaluation. In addition, the student must provide appropriate authorization for the staff of the Wellness Center to share relevant information with those College staff involved in making decisions about the student’s status at the College.

If a student refuses to undergo a mandatory evaluation or fails to provide the appropriate authorizations for sharing of information needed to make decisions about the student’s status at the College, the Assistant Dean may automatically withdraw the student from the College without a hearing.

The Assistant Dean will notify a student, in writing, if he/she is required to undergo a mandatory withdrawal hearing after completing an evaluation. The hearing will take place within seven calendar days of the date of this letter of notification. This letter will describe the procedure that the College will follow in conducting the hearing. The hearing is informal and non-student conduct in nature.

If a student fails to attend the hearing for any reason, the hearing will take place in the student’s absence.

A student may appeal in writing to the Vice President for Student Affairs and Diversity Initiatives any decisions made by the Assistant Dean with respect to disruptive behavior as described in this policy. The appeal must be submitted within five calendar days of the decision; the appeal may be submitted via SJFC email account. The student must state the basis for the appeal in the appeal letter. The student must file his/her appeal; other persons or organizations may not file appeals on behalf of the student.

If the Vice President judges the appeal to have merit, the Vice President may, at his discretion, meet with the student and/or the persons involved in the decision-making process, as part of the appeal process. The Vice President’s decision is final.

The information provided to the College under this policy will be treated as confidential by the medical and mental health staff of the College. Specific information will be shared by that staff with other members of the College staff when appropriate to assist in making decisions related to the student’s status at the College.

Reasonable deviations from these procedures will not invalidate a decision or proceeding unless significant prejudice to a student results.

At any point in the process, the student may voluntarily withdraw from the College and/or the Residence Halls.

When a student voluntarily withdraws or is involuntarily withdrawn from the College through this policy, the College will follow published deadlines related to academic and financial withdrawal from the College. Students may file written appeals with the Academic Standing Committee and/or the special Refund Committee to request exceptions to the published deadlines for academic and financial withdrawal from the College.

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Discrimination & Discriminatory Harassment

Physical, psychological, or verbal harassment and discrimination, based on all legally protected characteristics, including race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, marital status, military status, or any other characteristics protected by the law is prohibited at St. John Fisher College. All St. John Fisher College students, faculty, staff, visitors and guests are expected to comply with federal, state, or local laws. St. John Fisher College is committed to an educational environment which is free from physical, psychological, or verbal harassment or discrimination.

Prohibited, unlawful harassment and discrimination includes conduct based on one or more of the above categories which has the purpose or effect of creating an intimidating, hostile, or abusive educational environment, or which unreasonably interferes with or adversely affects an individual's educational performance. Such harassment and discrimination can take many forms, including slurs, epithets, threats, derogatory comments, teasing, jokes, or demeaning written or graphic material (posters, pictures, etc.).

Process for Addressing Allegations of Discrimination and Discriminatory Harassment

The goal of this process is to address any incidents of discrimination and/or discriminatory harassment through the process which is appropriate to the status of the alleged perpetrator.

Complaints of Discrimination or Discriminatory Harassment Involving a College Employee as the Alleged Perpetrator

If the alleged perpetrator is a College employee, and the alleged victim is a College employee, the victim should report the behavior to the Office of Human Resources (585-385-8048, Kearney Hall 211), the Office of Safety and Security (585-385-8111, Haffey Hall Lobby) or the Monroe County Sheriff's Office (911).

If the alleged perpetrator is a College employee, and the alleged victim is a student, the victim should report the behavior to the Office of Safety and Security (585-385-8111 Haffey Hall Lobby), the Office of Student Conduct (585-385-8007, Campus Center 206) or the Monroe County Sheriff's Office (911).

When reported to a College official, complaints will be addressed through the process which is appropriate to the status of the alleged perpetrator. When reported to the Monroe County Sheriff's Office, the sheriff's office will follow their procedures.

Complaints of Discrimination or Discriminatory Harassment Involving a Student as the Alleged Perpetrator

If the alleged perpetrator is a student, and the alleged victim is a student or College employee, the victim should report the behavior the Office of Safety and Security (585-385-8111, Haffey Hall Lobby), the Office of Student Conduct (585-385-8007, Campus Center 206) or the Monroe County Sheriff's Office (911).

When reported to a College official, complaints will be addressed through the Student Conduct process. When reported to the Monroe County Sheriff's Office, the sheriff's office will follow their procedures.

Compliance

The Chief Title IX Officer responsible for insuring compliance with Title IX regulations is Dr. Rick DeJesús-Rueff, Vice President for Student Affairs & Diversity Initiatives. Dr. DeJesús-Rueff can be reached at (585) 385-8229 or by email at rdejesus-rueff@sjfc.edu and his office is located in the Campus Center, Suite 210.

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Hazing

The College believes that any group or organization (composed of students, faculty, staff, and/or visitors) has the responsibility to create an environment within which all activities are pursued in a respectful and productive manner.

All St. John Fisher College students, faculty, staff, visitors and guests are expected to comply with federal, state, or local laws. New York State Penal Law defines hazing as follows: “A person is guilty of hazing in the first degree when, in the course of another person’s initiation into or affiliation with any organization, he or she intentionally or recklessly engages in conduct which creates a substantial risk of physical injury to such other person or a third person and thereby causes such injury” (New York Penal Law, 120.16). A conviction of this offense carries a potential fine of up to $1,000, one year in jail, or both. Hazing in the first degree is a Class A misdemeanor. Hazing in the second degree (a violation) incorporates the same definition as above with the exception that no actual injury to any person needs to be proven (New York Penal Law, 120.17).

The College defines hazing as any action or situation which, in the judgment of the College:

  • is an activity expected of someone as a method of initiation or pre-initiation into a student organization or group;
  • coerces, explicitly or implicitly, behavior that demeans, embarrasses, threatens, invites ridicule, or draws inappropriate or negative attention to a member, affiliate and/or group; or
  • implies one member/affiliate is superior to another.

This definition includes actions which result in the impairment of academic performance, or which cause failure to properly fulfill obligations to college-sponsored groups or organizations.

In compliance with New York State’s anti-hazing legislation, Chapter 676 of the Laws of 1980, the following regulations are in effect:

  1. Students, faculty, and staff, as well as visitors and other licensees and invitees on St. John Fisher College property, are prohibited from any action or situation that recklessly or intentionally endangers mental or physical health, or involves the forced consumption of any substance including, food, liquids, alcohol or drugs for the purpose of initiation into, or affiliation with, any organization.
  2. These regulations shall be deemed to be a part of the bylaws of all organizations operating on the campus, which shall review annually such bylaws with individuals affiliated with such organizations.
  3. Violation of these regulations will result in, sanctions as appropriate to the individual’s status on campus and, in the case of an organization that authorizes such conduct, rescission of permission for that organization to operate on campus property.
  4. Individuals or organizations in violation of these regulations may be subject to any applicable provision of the Penal Law, or any other chapter to which a violator or organization may be subject, in addition to any College student conduct proceedings. Any faculty or staff member of the College who becomes aware of hazing activity must report that information promptly to the Vice President for Student Affairs and Diversity Initiatives or the Department of Safety and Security. Failure to do so will result in appropriate student administrative action against the faculty or staff member by the College.

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Missing Persons

When students or other persons are believed to be missing, it should be reported without delay to the Department of Safety and Security.

Upon receiving a report of a missing person the Department of Safety and Security will conduct a thorough and timely investigation to determine the whereabouts of the person. A person will be considered missing if the person has not been seen by a roommate, classmate or faculty/staff member in a reasonable amount of time, as to suggest that the absence is cause for concern. If any community member is determined to be missing, the officer will contact and coordinate the investigation with local law enforcement.

Students are encouraged to register a confidential person who will be contacted in the event they are reported missing. Additionally, if the student is under 18 years of age, the parents/guardians of the student will be notified. Confidential contact persons can be registered on Fish 'R' Net under the student menu.

As part of the investigation into a missing person, parent(s), guardian(s), and other known persons may be contacted.

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Persona Non Grata

Persons whose behavior violates the policies or standards of the College may be declared persona non grata (PNG) and may be prohibited from accessing designated areas of the campus at the discretion of the appropriate College administrator or administrative body. A student can be declared PNG on an interim basis pending a student conduct, academic, or other administrative hearing or PNG status may be applied for a designated time period as a student conduct sanction as the result of a Student Conduct Hearing.

When a person is declared persona non grata, he/she will receive written notification from the College informing them of their PNG status. In addition, if the person is or has been a student, the Registrar’s Office may place a discipline-related “hold flag” on the records of students who have been declared PNG and prohibited from campus as appropriate.

Generally, the Vice President for Student Affairs and Diversity Initiatives, or his designee, will assign PNG status to students. The Director of Safety and Security can declare non-members of the campus community PNG, at his or her discretion. The Provost may assign PNG status to faculty or staff of the College at his or her discretion.

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Public Order on Campus

As members of the College community, Fisher students are free, individually and collectively, to express their views on issues of College policy and on matters of general interest to the student body. Expression of personal beliefs and supporting causes may not disrupt or interfere with the regular and essential operation of the College. In the development of policies that will govern St. John Fisher College, the College will promote means that encourage the civil presentation and consideration of views by students, faculty, administration, alumni, parents of students, and interested friends in the Greater Rochester Area.

If members of the College community engage in behavior, individually or collectively, that disrupts the educational process and denies others the intellectual environment that the College seeks to provide, the responsible officers of the College are charged with taking action to restore order and calm.

Members of the College community and all persons present on College premises shall at all times conduct themselves in a manner which does not disrupt the community, infringe upon the rights of others, or prejudice the maintenance of public order.

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Sexual Misconduct

Sexual Misconduct

Sexual misconduct in any setting is prohibited at St. John Fisher College. For the purposes of this policy, sexual misconduct includes sexual harassment, sexual assault and sexual exploitation.

Alleged violations of College policy will be subject to the Student Conduct process for situations involving students or the process and procedures applicable to College employees for situations involving College employees. All St. John Fisher College students, faculty, staff, visitors and guests are expected to comply with federal, state, or local laws.

The College recognizes its responsibility to develop and implement educational programs to help its students and employees to recognize and address sexual misconduct and is committed to the prevention of sexual misconduct.

Definitions:

Sexual Harassment:

Sexual harassment, by law, is defined as unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, or other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature when:

  1. Submission to such conduct is made an explicit or implicit term or condition of academic decisions and/or co-curricular opportunities,
  2. Submission to or rejection of such conduct is used as a basis for academic decisions and/or co-curricular opportunities, or
  3. Such conduct has the purpose or effect of unreasonably interfering with an individual's educational experience or creates an intimidating, hostile, or abusive educational environment.

Sexually harassing conduct may include, but is not limited to, sexually charged or sexually suggestive comments or jokes, sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, sexually suggestive pictures, drawings, or emails, or similar conduct of a sexual nature.

Sexual harassment can involve persons in positions of authority over the victim or persons in equal positions: i.e., College employee-student, student-student, College employee-College employee. This behavior is a violation of College policy and sexual harassment is a form of sex discrimination prohibited under Title IX.

Sexual Assault:

Sexual assault for the purposes of this policy is engaging in an unwanted sexual act through force or coercion involving:

  • Intentional sexual contact of sexual or intimate parts without consent*
  • Sexual intercourse without consent*

Sexual Exploitation:

Sexual exploitation includes behaviors that do not otherwise constitute a violation of sexual misconduct policies. For the purposes of this policy, sexual exploitation includes but is not limited to:

  • Taking pictures or video or audio recordings of any person in a sexual act without his/her consent*
  • Voyeurism
  • Knowingly transmitting an STD or HIV to any person

*Consent is unable to be given when any of the following conditions exist:

  • Any person verbally or physically expresses his/her intention not to engage in sexual contact and/or intercourse
  • Any person is unable to provide consent due to physical or mental incapacitation
  • Any person is unable to provide consent due to intoxication or being under the influence of other drugs
  • Any person is under the age of seventeen (17)

The College will offer appropriate medical and mental health support to persons who inform the College they have been a victim of sexual misconduct and those who have been accused of sexual misconduct. Support may also include changes in academic, work, and/or living situations if reasonable alternatives exist, following a report of an alleged incident. Additionally, the College will assist the alleged victim in reporting the incident to outside law enforcement officials if he/she chooses to pursue a criminal complaint.

St. John Fisher College fully supports all local, state, and federal laws prohibiting rape and sexual assault and will cooperate with law enforcement officials who investigate such allegations to the fullest extent allowed under the law. Students and College employees should be aware that sexual assault must also be reported to and investigated by law enforcement agencies as required by State law. This may lead to the determination that the conduct represents a violation of state or federal law subject to criminal prosecution.

In keeping with New York State Law, incidents involving violent felony offenses reported to the College are automatically reported to local law enforcement authorities by those College employees designated as “Campus Security Authorities” under the Clery Act.

Process for Addressing Allegations of Sexual Misconduct

The goal of this process is to address any incidents of sexual misconduct through the process which is appropriate to the status of the alleged perpetrator.

Complaints of Sexual Misconduct Involving a College Employee as the Alleged Perpetrator

If the alleged perpetrator is a College employee, and the alleged victim is a College employee, the alleged victim should report the behavior to the Office of Human Resources (585-385-8048, Kearney Hall 211), the Office of Safety and Security (585-385-8111, Haffey Hall Lobby) or the Monroe County Sheriff's Office (911).

If the alleged perpetrator is a College employee, and the alleged victim is a student, the alleged victim should report the behavior to the Office of Safety and Security (585-385-8111, Haffey Hall Lobby), the Office of Student Conduct (585-385-8007, Campus Center 206) or the Monroe County Sheriff's Office (911).

When reported to a College official, complaints will be addressed through the process which is appropriate to the status of the alleged perpetrator. When reported to the Monroe County Sheriff's Office, the sheriff's office will follow their procedures.

Complaints of Sexual Misconduct Involving a Student as the Alleged Perpetrator

If the alleged perpetrator is a student, and the alleged victim is a student or College employee, the alleged victim should report the behavior the Office of Safety and Security (585-385-8111, Haffey Hall Lobby), the Office of Student Conduct (585-385-8007, Campus Center 206) or the Monroe County Sheriff's Office (911).

When reported to a College official, complaints will be addressed through the Student Conduct process. When reported to the Monroe County Sheriff's Office, the sheriff's office will follow their procedures.

Complaints of Sexual Misconduct Involving Non-Members of the Campus Community

If the alleged perpetrator is not a member of the campus community and the alleged victim is a student or College employee, the alleged victim should report the behavior to the Office of Safety and Security (585-385-8111, Haffey Hall Lobby) or the Monroe County Sheriff's Office (911).

If the alleged victim is not a member of the campus community, and the alleged perpetrator is a student or College employee, the alleged victim should report the behavior to the Office of Safety and Security (585-385-8111, Haffey Hall Lobby) or the Monroe County Sheriff's Office (911).

Compliance

The Chief Title IX Officer responsible for insuring compliance with Title IX regulations is Dr. Rick DeJesús-Rueff, Vice President for Student Affairs & Diversity Initiatives. Dr. DeJesús-Rueff can be reached at (585) 385-8229 or by email at rdejesus-rueff@sjfc.edu and his office is located in the Campus Center, Suite 210.

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Weapons

In accordance with state law, firearms, ammunition, and weapons are prohibited on the St. John Fisher College campus. Firearms of any type (including B-B, paintball, and pellet guns), switchblades, gravity knives, bows, crossbows, swords and the like are not permitted on campus at any time. Any items that may be mistaken for actual weapons are prohibited. These weapons, if found on campus, may be confiscated and turned over to local law enforcement authorities.

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