Tompkins Cortland Community College


Title IX: How to Report

What to do if this is an Emergency

To contact Campus Police, dial 607-844-6511, or Ext.6511 from any campus phone.


For emergencies, dial 911 and the 911 Center will immediately dispatch campus police along with other needed agencies to help with the emergency.

Reporting to a Title IX Coordinator

Conversations are kept as confidential as possible, but limited information about incidents of sexual misconduct must be shared with relevant administrators and a Title IX Coordinator so that the College can take action if necessary for reasons of safety.  In planning any response, the wishes of the person are given full consideration.

You may always report directly to the Title IX Coordinators via email: – only the four Title IX Coordinators have access to this email account. To file a complaint, the Discrimination/Harassment complaint form is available.

  • Sharon Clark, Human Resources, Senior Title IX Coordinator, room 219, 844.8222, ext. 4440
  • Seth Thompson, Diversity Education and Support Services, room 187, 844.8222, ext. 4358
  • Carolyn Boone, Access and Equity Services, room 130, 844.8222, ext. 4283
  • Darese Doskal, Residence Life and Judicial Affairs, Tioga Hall, 844.8222, ext. 6591

Confidential Reporting

Licensed counselors will not report any information to the College without the student’s consent. Currently our licensed counselors are: Alison Beach, Alicia Maroney, and Travis Winter. Counseling, Career and Transfer Services, room 216. Registered nurses in the Health Center must also maintain strictest confidentiality. They are Shari Shapleigh, and Sarah Arsenault. Health Center, room 118A. You can talk to any of the above staff members and then decide whether you want them to help you report the incident through one of the options below.

Confidential reporting can also be done off campus. Locally we have:

  • The Advocacy Center, 607 277-3203 or 607 277-5000 for the hotline or
  • Aid to Victims of Violence, 607 756-6363 or 800 336-9622
  • For many additional national and statewide websites and hotlines, see the SUNY policy statement.

Anonymous Reporting

Anyone can also report an incident anonymously via a web form.