Responding Party Accommodations

Safety Measures
  • No Contact Directives
    • This letter outlines a variety of expectations, including: communication will cease between involved parties, common area space is managed, campus activities and resources can be managed, and retaliation in any form is prohibited and will have separate consequences.
  •  Housing Solutions
    • For students who live on-campus (Residence Halls, Mines’ owned Greek Housing, and the Mines Park Apartments), Residence Life can offer space that is removed from other parties involved.
    • For students who live off-campus, the Title IX Office can provide resources and guidance for each individual situation.
  • Police Escorts
    •  Mines Police are available to walk students to and from parking lots, classrooms, and other spaces on campus.
Academic Accommodations
  • Classroom Accommodations
    • The Title IX Office can work with the Registrar’s Office to change class sections.
    • Expectations can also be developed that allow for a safer classroom environment.
  • Testing Accommodations
    • The Title IX Office can work with Disability Support Services to coordinate Testing in the Testing Center. This will provide an environment that is quieter. The Title IX Office cannot coordinate additional time on tests. Requests for this accommodation need to go through the Disability Support Services request process.
  • Other Academic Accommodations
    • The Title IX Office can work with CASA or Academic Departments to ensure students have access to tutoring.
    • The Title IX Office can work with individual professors to ensure students can be successful in their classes
    • The Title IX Office can assist with changing your advisor.
    • The Title IX Office can work with your academic department to determine an alternate program path.
Health and Wellness Accommodations
  • Referral to confidential therapy/counseling (on and off-campus) can be coordinated.