Where Do I Turn?
Roanoke College provides several avenues for faculty and staff to address issues and to obtain help. With that in mind, it can be difficult to determine the most appropriate resource(s) for a given situation. We hope that you will find the summary below helpful in locating the best resource for your need.
Please know that our office is available for private and confidential consultations to help guide you towards a resolution. Additionally, we can connect faculty and staff to other external resources when appropriate.
Sexual Misconduct and Title IX Coordinator(s)
You may report sexual misconduct to a Title IX officer of the college. For heightened confidentiality, you may also go to the Counseling Center, Health Services, and the Chaplain. If you are in an emergency situation, contact Campus Safety internally by dialing 2310 or externally by dialing at 375-2310. Our Campus Safety department is staffed 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Title IX Coordinator(s)
|Name||Title||Office Phone||Type of Misconduct|
|Mrs. Amy Perkins||Assistant Dean of Studentsfirstname.lastname@example.org||Any violation of this policy by or against students|
|Dr. Gail Steehler||Associate Dean of Academic Affairsemail@example.com||Any violation of this policy by or against faculty|
|Mrs. Kathy Martin||Director of Human Resourcesfirstname.lastname@example.org||Any violation of this policy by or against staff|
Unlawful Conduct, Discrimination, Harassment, & Retaliation
If you experience or observe conduct that you believe violates the College’s EEO Policy or the Prohibition of Unlawful Conduct, Discrimination, Harassment and Retaliation Policy, you should contact any of the following persons. It is recommended that you start within your immediate supervisory chain before contacting others, unless they are the ones violating policies.
- Your immediate supervisor
- Your Department or Division leader
- Kathy Martin, Director of Human Resources (email@example.com or 375-2262)
- Member of Cabinet
Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
The EAP is a free, confidential, short-term counseling, crisis intervention, referral and follow-up services through a professional Employee Assistance Program (EAP) for benefit-eligible employees and their eligible dependents.
Advantage Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
Employee Assistance Program Information
Health Advocate is a service provided by Roanoke College and the Virginia Private Colleges Benefits Consortium at no cost to you! Their experts make healthcare easier by supporting you and your eligible family members with a wide range of health and insurance-related issues, all through a single toll-free number!
Please contact the Office of Human Resources with questions and concerns. HR can connect faculty and staff to other external resources when appropriate.