Patricia A. Cody, Esq.,
Chief Diversity Officer,
Title IX Coordinator,
300 Jay Street
Namm Hall, Room N-325
Brooklyn, NY 11201
Certain employees have a duty to report any incident of sexual harassment to the Title IX Coordinator and/or Director of Public Safety and/or Chief Student Affairs Officer.
However, they will limit their report to only those individuals with a need to know.
If you request that your identity remain confidential, the Title IX Coordinator will try to honor that request if possible. Remember that this will limit the effectiveness of the investigation.
Federal law requires college campuses to track and report certain crime statistics.
Therefore, all reported incidents of sexual assault/violence, including unwanted touching, domestic/dating/intimate partner violence and stalking are reported to the Public Safety Dept. pursuant to this law.
Although the incident must be reported, your identity will not be reported.
Only certified or licensed mental health professionals acting in that capacity are exempt from this reporting requirement.
- The College encourages you to report the incident to one of the College's mental health counselors.
- These counselors can talk to you confidentially, with rare exceptions, and can help you make the best decision for you.
- Title IX Coordinator and staff
- Office of Public Safety Employees
- VP For Student Affairs and Dean of Students and all staff houses in those offices
- Residence Life staff, including Resident Assistances in CUNY owned or operated housing
- College President, Vice Presidents and Deans
- Athletic Staff
- Department Chairs
- Human Resources staff
- University Office of the General Counsel employees
- College/unit attorney and staff
- Faculty member when leading off-campus trips
- Faculty or staff advisors to student groups
- Employees who are managers
- SEEK/College Discovery staff