Chadron State College
Chadron State College

Title IX

Dear Students,

Even though many of you are moving off-campus, and the college has transitioned to remote delivery, please know that Chadron State College remains committed to providing an environment free from unlawful discrimination, harassment, or violence, and our Title IX policies remain in effect. 

The health and safety of our campus community remains a priority. Students, whether living on or off-campus, are encouraged to report any incidents of sexual violence and sex harassment to Title IX Coordinator Ted Tewahade by emailing titleixcoordinator@csc.edu or calling 308-430-0980. Ted will meet with you to discuss your concerns via telephone or video conferencing, depending upon your individual circumstances, and assist you with connecting to campus or community resources.  

The following community resources are also available:

 

 

If you believe yourself or someone else has been subjected to sexual harassment or sex-based discrimination on the Chadron State College campus, you may report the misconduct to Title IX Coordinator Ted Tewahade at 308-430-0980 or by emailing titleixcoordinator@csc.edu. If there is an immediate threat, contact 911 (or dial 9-911 on campus phones).

Chadron State College and the Board of Trustees of the Nebraska State Colleges are committed to providing an environment in which all students who participate in College programs and activities can work together in an atmosphere free from unlawful discrimination, harassment, or violence.

Sexual violence and sex harassment are prohibited by law and by Board policy and Chadron State College will not tolerate sexual violence or sex harassment in any form, including, but not limited to, sexual assault; stalking; dating violence; domestic violence; acquaintance, date or stranger rape; non-consensual sexual intercourse; sexual cyber harassment or sexual bullying.

Chadron State College will take appropriate action to prevent, correct, and discipline harassing or violent behavior that is found to violate Board policies and principles of equal opportunity and access.