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If you or someone you know experiences intimate partner violence, sexual assault or harassment, or stalking, you can contact confidential resources. This can be very helpful if you want to talk about the incident in detail but you are not sure you are ready to report to the College or to law enforcement.

Victim-survivors are encouraged to report any incident of intimate partner violence, sexual assault or harassment, or stalking by contacting the College's Vice President for Student Affairs office or Interim Title IX Coordinator, Elizabeth Canning at 617-979-3516 or

The decision about whether to report to Curry College, law enforcement, both, or neither is a personal choice and is up to each individual to decide.

Curry College encourages reporting of sexual misconduct and seeks to remove any barriers to reporting.  A student who reports sexual misconduct, either as a Complainant or a third party witness, will not be subject to student conduct charges for being under the influence of alcohol or other drugs at the time of the alleged incident of sexual misconduct, so long as that student's actions did not place the health or safety of another person at risk. For more information, review the Curry College Student Handbook. 

The College recognizes that any student who reports a violation may desire confidentiality and/or may request that the College not investigate or pursue resolution of a report. In such cases, the Complainant is asked to put their request in writing, and the College will balance this request with its responsibility and legal obligation to provide a safe and non-discriminatory environment for all members of the College community. The College will seek to respect the request of the Complainant, and where it cannot do so, it will consult with the Complainant and keep the Complainant informed about the chosen course of action. A student who initially requests confidentiality and who requests that the College not investigate or pursue resolution may later request that the College investigate and pursue resolution. For more information, review the Curry College Student Handbook.  

  • No names or other information that could reveal the identity of the individuals involved will be made public in the Public Safety log.
  • Students may contact the anonymous tip line at 617-333-2159 to report sexual misconduct.
  • Students should be aware that College administrators (with the exception of the Counseling Center and Health Services Staff) must fulfill reporting requirements as a matter of law. Specifically, most Curry College administrators and faculty must report information related to sexual assault, harassment, intimate partner violence, and stalking to the Title IX Coordinator.
  • All personally identifiable information shall be kept confidential, for the purposes of providing statistical information to Public Safety. In accordance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (the "Clery Act"), statistical information regarding the type of sexual misconduct incident and other types of criminal incidents, and the general locations of those incidents, must be provided to Public Safety for publication in the College's annual safety and security report.

Read more from the Curry College Annual Security Report.

For more information on privacy when reporting to the College, visit the Curry College Student Handbook.