Title IX

Randolph College is committed to maintaining a community in which learning can be conducted in an environment of human dignity and respect. The College stands opposed to all forms of harassment, including sexual and gender-based harassment, and will work to prevent such behavior within the College community. Sexual misconduct is antithetical to the values and standards of the Randolph community, is incompatible with the safe, healthy environment that the community expects and deserves, and will not be tolerated.

What is Title IX?

Why does the federal law matter to Randolph and how does it apply, especially regarding sexual violence and discrimination?

A Culture of Respect

We are examining our current programming and working to improve campus culture on consent and respect.


Relevant policies for Randolph College students, faculty, and staff.

Report an Incident

Direct links to report sexual misconduct, discrimination, and violence.

Support Services

Directory of on-campus services to help foster a safe community.


Links to articles and information as well as local and national support organizations.