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Ƶ SCF Visit
941-752-5000 Admissions@SCF.edu Mailing Address:
PO Box 1849
Bradenton, FL 34206

Title IX



Title IX Reporting at SCF

What is Title IX? 

Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 prohibits discrimination based on sex in any educational program or activity that receives financial support from the Federal government. Under Title IX, discrimination based on sex includes sexual harassment, sexual  assault, stalking, dating violence, domestic violence, sexual orientation and gender identity. Title IX also prohibits retaliation against individuals who make a complaint or participate in an investigation regarding an alleged Title IX violation.

How to report sexual harassment, sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, or stalking

Ƶ College of Florida, Manatee-Sarasota (SCF) strives to provide a community where safety, equality, respect and healthy relationships are valued. SCF fosters a campus environment that is free from intimidation, and one in which students may be educated to their fullest potential.  SCF will not tolerate sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, stalking, and any form of sexual harassment from students, faculty, staff, volunteers, visitors, or any persons whether online, or at any College campus, or sponsored event. SCF also encourages the college community to report incidences that relate to these offenses. 

Online Reporting

Online web form with anonymous option.

If you want to report:

  • sexual harassment
  • sexual assault
  • sexual violence
  • stalking
  • dating violence
  • domestic violence
  • harassment based on sexual orientation
  • harassment based on gender identity
  • retaliation

And the Respondent is: an SCF Student

Contact

  • Jaquelyn McNeil
    Title IX Coordinator / Dean of Students
    941-752-5267 (or ext. 65267)
    McNeilJ@SCF.edu
    Student Services, SCF Bradenton, Bldg. 1, Rm. 122
  • Susanne Walters
    Deputy Title IX Coordinator for Students
    for SCF Bradenton, SCF Lakewood Ranch and SCF Venice
    WalterS@SCF.edu
    941-752-5603

If you want to report:

  • sexual harassment
  • sexual assault
  • sexual violence
  • stalking
  • dating violence
  • domestic violence
  • harassment based on sexual orientation
  • harassment based on gender identity
  • retaliation

And the Respondent is: An SCF Employee, including Faculty and Staff

Contact

  • Jaquelyn McNeil
    Title IX Coordinator / Dean of Students
    941-752-5267 (or ext. 65267)
    McNeilJ@SCF.edu
    Student Services, SCF Bradenton, Bldg. 1, Rm. 122
  • Susanne Walters
    Deputy Title IX Coordinator for Students
    for SCF Bradenton, SCF Lakewood Ranch and SCF Venice
    WalterS@SCF.edu
    941-752-5603

If you want to report:

  • sexual harassment
  • sexual assault
  • sexual violence
  • stalking
  • domestic violence
  • dating violence
  • harassment based on sexual orientation
  • harassment based on gender identity
  • retaliation

And the Respondent is: A third party or campus visitor (neither a student nor an employee)

Contact

  • Jaquelyn McNeil
    Title IX Coordinator / Dean of Students
    941-752-5267 (or ext. 65267)
    McNeilJ@SCF.edu
    Student Services, SCF Bradenton, Bldg. 1, Rm. 122
  • Susanne Walters
    Deputy Title IX Coordinator for Students
    for SCF Bradenton, SCF Lakewood Ranch and SCF Venice
    WalterS@SCF.edu
    941-752-5603

Reporting Abuse
Victim is under 18

If you want to: report abuse of someone under the age of 18.

And the Alleged Offender is: Anyone

Call:1-800-96-ABUSE

or visit the

Filing Criminal Charges
Victim is 18 or older

If you want to: file a criminal charge or report abuse of someone over the age of 18

Contact

  • SCF Public Safety & Security Bradenton:
    941-752-5550
  • SCF Public Safety & Security Venice:
    941-408-1550
  • SCF Public Safety & Security Lakewood Ranch:
    941-363-7155

Title IX Resources

Accessing these confidential resources DOES NOT generate a Title IX report. To make a Title IX report please make a report online through the Silent Witness program at the SCF site:  If you use the Silent Witness program SCF will investigate based on the information provided.

Free and Confidential Resources

If you want to: Obtain free and confidential resources (as related to sexual harassment, sexual violence, stalking, domestic violence, dating violence, harassment based on sexual orientation or harassment based on gender identity), advocacy, and support services and/or to learn more about reporting options.

And the Respondent is a: Student or employee

Contact SCF Public Safety at 941-752-5550 for a referral. Students do not have to give their name and no questions will be asked.

Campus Ministry

  • 941-752-5607: SCF Bradenton/SCF Lakewood Ranch
  • 941-408-1523: SCF Venice

For SCF Employees: Employee Assistance Program

  • 1-800-272-7252

Counseling and Support

For Students

Confidential counseling information is available by contacting the Counseling and Support line at 941-752-5107.

For Employees

If an employee would like to speak with someone confidentially about an issue, they can contact the Employee Assistance Program at 1-800-624-5544.

For Everyone

Manatee County 24-Hour Crisis Lines

  • Centerstone – Sexual Assault 941-708-6059
  • Hope – Domestic Violence 941-755-6805

Sarasota County 24-Hour Crisis Lines

  • SPARCC- Sexual Assault & Domestic Violence 941-365-1976

Title IX Training – Employees

SCF Softball team with "It's on us" logo

Ƶ College of Florida, Manatee-Sarasota (SCF) strives to provide a community where safety, equality, respect, and healthy relationships are valued. SCF fosters a campus environment that is free from intimidation, and one in which students may be educated to their fullest potential. SCF will not tolerate sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, stalking, harassment based on sexual orientation, harassment based on gender identify, or any form of sexual harassment from students, faculty, staff, volunteers, visitors, or any persons whether online, or at any College campus, or sponsored event. SCF also encourages the college community to report incidences that relate to these offenses.

Title IX, in conjunction with the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) and the Clery Act, provide guidance on how institutions should address these issues, including guidance on how faculty and staff should receive information on their role in keeping campuses safe and assisting students when needed.

Title IX Training for Employees in Bridge

SCF is required by the 2020 Title IX regulations to publicly post all materials used for Title IX training. The information on this page, including pre- and post-quizzes and videos, is for informational purposes only. Completion of the quizzes and/or watching the videos through this venue does not satisfy individual employee requirements for Title IX training.

For information about employee required trainings, contact:

Andrea Inman
Manager, Human Resources Information Systems
InmanA@SCF.edu  
941-752-5297

Course Agenda

Completing this course will help you understand your obligations if a student comes to you and needs assistance in gaining access to resources.

  1. Watch the SCF “It’s on Us Video”
  2. Take the pre-course quiz
  3. Watch the educational videos
  4. Take the post-course  quiz
1 – Watch the SCF “It’s on Us” video
2 – Take the Pre-Course Quiz.

Don’t worry if you don’t know all of the answers to this quiz. The expectation is that you will gain the knowledge that you need from the course. The pre-course quiz is used to measure how much students are learning from the program. You have 5 minutes to answer the 10-question quiz.

3 – Watch the educational videos

These short videos provide an introduction to Title IX. The videos can be paused at any time so you can read the information on the screen and then restarted when you are ready!

Training Video – 2020 Title IX – Faculty and Staff Part 1

Training Video – 2020 Title IX – Faculty and Staff Part 2

Training Video – 2020 Title IX – Faculty and Staff Part 3

Training Video – 2020 Title IX – Nine things to know

Training Video – 2020 Title IX – Mandatory Reporters

4 – Take the Post Course Quiz.

You need to get 7 out of 10 questions correct to pass the quiz and you have 3 attempts. The system will keep your highest score.


Title IX Team Member Training

View the detailed regulations for the Association of Title IX Administrators (ATIXA) 2020 Regulations Requirement: Posting of Training Materials.

Contact

Jaquelyn McNeil
Title IX Coordinator
McNeilJ@SCF.edu
941-752-5267