Campus Safety Sexual Harassment / Sexual Assault / Title IX

We’re All In This Together

Northern Vermont University adheres to the policies of the Vermont State Colleges (VSC) system, which state:

The VSC is committed to maintaining an educational and working environment free from all forms of discrimination and harassment including sexual harassment, sexual assault and misconduct, dating violence, and stalking. Such misconduct will not be tolerated.

All allegations will be investigated promptly and thoroughly, and both the accuser and the accused will be afforded equal rights during the investigatory and adjudicatory process.

Disciplinary sanctions for any member of the VSC community engaging in this conduct can include reprimands and educational sanctions, suspension or expulsion of students, the suspension or termination of employees as well as possible referral for criminal investigation and prosecution under Vermont law.

To learn more about system policies; reporting and/or responding to reports of abuse, rape, harassment, or assault; who to talk to on your campus if you are a survivor or want to support a survivor of sexual assault; and more, visit the Vermont State Colleges System’s RESOLVE website.


Policy 311: Non-discrimination and Prevention of Harassment and Related Unprofessional Conduct:

NVU Employee Coordinator – Johnson and Lyndon Campuses:

Roy Brock


Policy 311-A: Sexual Misconduct, Domestic Violence, Dating Violence, Sexual Assault and Stalking (Title IX):

Lyndon Campus:
Denise Moses
NVU Policy 311-A/Title IX Deputy Student Coordinator

Johnson Campus:
Michele Whitmore
NVU Policy 311-A/Title IX Student Coordinator


NVU Employee Coordinator – Johnson and Lyndon Campuses:
Roy Brock


VSC Policy 311 and 311-A Procedures