Title IX: Student Experiences
This survey is about survivors of sexual misconduct and their experiences. This topic is triggering and bring back a lot of traumatic events for some. Please take care of yourself and answer only what you're comfortable sharing. All answers will be kept anonymous. With your permission, responses will be compiled and used as evidence when advocating for systemic Title IX improvements. This is an anecdotal student survey, and will not be published as a study. Again, please only share what you are comfortable sharing. If you would like to speak about your experiences in more detail, please feel free to reach out confidentially to Syd Ovitt at 802-391-9893. This is a Google Voice phone number, so any information you disclose will stay separate and confidential.
We are louder when we speak out together — thank you for doing so.

National Sexual Assault Hotline: 1-800-656-4673

National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 800-273-8255
What is your current academic standing?
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What was your academic standing at the time of the incident?
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What is your gender identity? Choose all that apply.
Please specify your ethnicity
What is your sexual orientation? Choose all that apply.
If you would like to indicate your university or the state your university is located in, please do so here. Again, this is both optional and will remain anonymous.
Around when did your incident occur? Just the month is okay, but be as specific as you'd like.
At the time of the incident, which of these reporting options were you aware of, if any?
At the time of the incident, did you know where you could find access to supports such as a student health center, student counseling, victim's advocate, etc.?
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Did you use any of these supports? Feel free to indicate which supports you used.
Was there any specific reasoning behind why you ended up reporting? Please feel free to elaborate.
What kind of behavior did you report to your Title IX office?
When you first reported, did the Title IX office, or any other organizations/people, tell you your various options? If so, whom?
Did your investigation take more or less than the allotted 60 days?
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How long did the investigation last?
Did your investigator/the Title IX office keep you updated on the status of your case?
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If you indicated "somewhat" in the previous question, please elaborate.
Do you feel that the Title IX office did a sufficient job investigating your case? Please explain, if you're comfortable doing so.
When you received the results of your investigation, what would have helped you process the outcome? (Supports, a survey from the Title IX office, etc.)
What would you like to see changed about the Title IX reporting process?
What would have made you feel more comfortable or safe when reporting? What do you think could be done to encourage other survivors to feel comfortable reporting to Title IX?
What do you think can be done to help prevent these incidents from occurring in the first place?
What do you think is the best way for students to access information about Title IX, before, during or after an incident has occurred (Google, specific website, etc.)?
Please share any additional details or testimony you would like to be known.
Once again, this information will be kept completely anonymous. The data collected from this survey will be compiled into two documents about what changes need to be made to Title IX to benefit survivors, one being in more detail and the other being more general. Do we have your permission to include your answers? If you select no, your responses will be scrapped and no one will see them. *
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