Prescott College Title IX

Title IX is a federal law born of the Education Amendments Act of 1972. Title IX policies apply to behaviors that prevent students from receiving equal access to education. These behaviors include sex/gender-based harassment, discrimination and sexual misconduct.

Nondiscrimination Policy

The College is committed to equal opportunity for students and applicants for admission, without discrimination on the basis of race, color, creed, national or ethnic origin, sex or sexual orientation, age, disability, marital or parental status, status with respect to public assistance, or veteran’s status. This policy applies to the administration of the College’s educational policies, financial aid program, or any other programs generally accorded or made available to students. The Human Resources office and Office of Student Affairs is available to discuss and investigate matters

What does Title IX cover?

Sexual/ Gender Discrimination- Sexual Violence Sexual Harassment- Intimate Partner Violence Stalking

What to Report?

All allegations of discrimination, harassment, or retaliation based on sex, gender or sexual orientation, which are made against staff, faculty, students or applicants.

Where to Report

Accessibility or Title IX-related grievances at Prescott College can be filed via our grievance reporting form, or you may contact the following Title IX representatives:

Kristine Preziosi
Associate Dean of Student Affairs
220 Grove Avenue
Prescott, Arizona 86305

Megan Letchworth
Director of Residence Life
220 Grove Avenue
Prescott, Arizona 86305

Confidential Reporting

Penny Collins, On-Campus licensed professional counselor: (715) 486-6007

Additional Information

For more detailed information regarding the Prescott College Title IX policy and process please refer to the all College Catalog.