If you (or someone you know) may have experienced a sexual assault or unwanted sexual contact of any kind, tell someone what happened. Help and support are available.
Hamilton prohibits harassment and discrimination on the basis of race, gender, sexuality, ethnicity, age, veteran status, or any other characteristics protected by law, in its programs and activities.
Every student enrolled at Hamilton College has certain obligations and responsibilities as a member of the Hamilton College community.
Catherine Berryman serves as the College’s Title IX Coordinator and oversees the College's Code of Student Conduct. Catherine coordinates the activities of the Harassment and Sexual Misconduct Board and the Judicial Board.
Dayna Campbell is responsible for developing and implementing Hamilton’s sexual assault prevention and education curriculum. She is also responsible for coordinating student, faculty and staff engagement in our ongoing prevention and education programs. Dayna also oversees the administrative functions of the College’s Student Code of Conduct and the Judicial Board.
Judie serves as the Campus Investigator and Compliance Officer. Her primary responsibility is to investigate reports of harassment and sexual misconduct for the College and to provide investigative reports to the Office of Community Standards. In addition, Judie will ensure that the College meets the proper compliance requirements regarding Title IX complaints.