The College will be closed to honor MLK Day on January 21st (1/21)
Onondaga Community College has programs and policies in place to protect all members of the Onondaga Community College community from sexual assault, sexual misconduct and sexual harassment, including programs for prevention and prosecution of these crimes that occur within the jurisdiction of Onondaga Community College and to assist others who have been victimized outside the jurisdiction of the College.
If you believe you have been a victim of a sexual offense or misconduct, you should seek immediate assistance and do the following:
315-468-3260 (individual counseling)
Where there is probable cause to believe the College's regulations prohibiting sexual misconduct have been violated, the College will pursue strong disciplinary action through its own channels. An individual charged with sexual misconduct may be subject to College disciplinary procedures whether or not prosecution under New York state criminal statutes is pending. The College will make every effort to be responsive and sensitive to the victims of these serious crimes. Protection of the victim and prevention of continued trauma is the College's priority. Assistance for any person or academic concerns will be reviewed and options provided.
The College is required by New York State to provide a link to the State Sexual Offenders Registry, http://www.criminaljustice.ny.gov/nsor/
Onondaga Community College
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