Sexual Violence and Misconduct

Policy/Know Your Rights

St. Cloud State University's Title IX Coordinator

Chocoletta Simpson
Vice President for Equity and Inclusion & Title IX Coordinator
Office for Institutional Equity & Access, AS121

St. Cloud State University has a Sexual Violence, Relationship Violence and Stalking policy that outlines our commitment to eliminating violence in all forms and complies with Minnesota State System Board Policy 1B.3 and Title IX federal law.

The following links explain the policies and processes for filing on-campus complaints related to rape and sexual assault, dating and domestic violence, stalking and sexual harassment.

You have the right to have an advocate attend meetings with you and serve as an advisor for you. Additional rights detailed in the Crime Victim Rights.

If you have been accused of sexual violence or misconduct, learn about your rights and available resources.


Student Code of Community Standards

Understand how the Student Code of Community Standards relates to sexual violence incidents where only students are involved.



A Minnesota State policy which applies to all Minnesota State students and employees, Board of Trustees and to others, as appropriate, where incidents of sexual violence have been reported.

Title IX

A federal civil rights law that prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex against any person in education programs and activities receiving federal funding.

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