Filing A Report:
As a member of the TCNJ community, you have the right to file an official complaint through the College process, through the criminal process, or through both. If you wish to file a report or learn more about how each of these resolution processes work, please see this page with more information about filing a report on the Title IX website: https://titleix.tcnj.edu/file-a-report/.
**If you were under the influence of alcohol or other drugs at the time of the incident, even if you are not 21 years old, you will NOT be charged with an alcohol or drug offence by TCNJ or Campus Police.
If you would like to discuss Title IX reporting options within a confidential setting, you can do this with AVI clinicians. To schedule an appointment, click here: https://oavi.tcnj.edu/get-help-2/victims-survivors/schedule-a-meeting/
In all cases, the college will take appropriate steps designed to mitigate the effects of the alleged prohibited conduct, prevent its recurrence, and make accommodations for the student(s) involved. Even if you are not interested in participating in the college or criminal process these supportive measures can be applied. Such supportive measures may include, but are not limited to:
- Moving a student’s campus residence
- Adjusting a work schedule for employment
- Changing a student or faculty’s academic schedule
- Changing a student, faculty, or staff’s transportation arrangements
- Allowing a student to withdraw from or retake a class without penalty
- Providing access to tutoring or other academic support
- Issuing a ban letter from campus
- Issuing a No Contact Directive (see below for more information on these directives)