Title IX - Confidentiality and Anonymity
The College does not reveal information about complaints of discrimination except as necessary to fulfill its legal obligations.
Potential complainants are sometimes reluctant to pursue a complaint if their names will be revealed. The inability to reveal the name of a complainant or facts that are likely to reveal the identity of the complainant can severely limit the ability of the College to respond.
If a complainant insists that his or her name not be revealed, the responsible officer should take all reasonable steps to investigate while maintaining the complainant’s confidentiality and respond to the complaint consistent with the complainant’s request as long as doing so does not jeopardize the rights of other students or employees.