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Title IX

At Flagler College, our utmost priority is student, faculty and staff safety. Our mission — to educate and prepare students for productive careers and facilitate personal growth — is underpinned by an environment that nurtures and protects students during their Flagler journey. From launching sexual assault awareness campaigns and anti-violence initiatives to implementing non-discrimination policies and wellness programs, the college deeply cares about its campus community’s overall well-being.

Our policies and procedures support this. Under the federal law known as Title IX, discrimination on the basis of sex is strictly prohibited. Below is a list of resources that outline your rights, Flagler College’s policies and the steps to take should you need them.

Recognizing Sexual Misconduct

Sexual Misconduct is any unwelcome conduct of a sexual nature, including any conduct or act of a sexual nature perpetrated against an individual without consent. Sexual misconduct includes but is not limited to the following:

  • Dating Violence
  • Domestic Violence
  • Sexual Assault
  • Sexual Exploitation
  • Sexual Harassment
  • Sexual Intimidation
  • Stalking

Consent: “Consent” is clear and unambiguous agreement, expressed in mutually understandable words or actions, to engage in a particular activity. Consent can be withdrawn by either party at any point. Consent must be voluntarily given and may not be valid if a person is being subjected to actions or behaviors that elicit emotional or psychological pressure, intimidation, or fear.  Consent cannot be validly given by:

  • A person who is incapacitated
  • A child under the age of 16, even if the other participant did not know the child’s age
  • A child who is at least 16 years of age and less than 18 years of age, if the other participant is 24 years of age or older
  • Mentally disabled persons, if their disability was reasonably knowable to a person who is not disabled

Incapacitated means lacking the physical and/or mental ability to make informed, rational judgments and may include being asleep or unconscious, having consumed alcohol or taken drugs, or experiencing blackouts or flashbacks.

Flagler College Policy


Getting Help & Reporting
Training Resources


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Contact Information

Jessica Kobryn

Title IX Coordinator
Office Location: Library 317

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