Title IX at Franklin College

Title IX Policy

Student Guide to Responding to Sexual Assault and Harassment (PDF)

Sexual Assault Resources for Support (PDF)


Pursuant to Title IX, Franklin College prohibits gender discrimination in all programs and activities of the college and requires that the college be proactive in preventing discrimination and in responding to concerns or allegations of discrimination. Title IX applies to all programs and activities available to students at Franklin College. These include but are not limited to athletic programs, academic programs, admission procedures, financial aid, career services, counseling and health services. Although Franklin College’s policies and procedures relating to Title IX are founded on the laws of the United States and the state of Indiana, they are also guided by the mission and values of the college.

The goal of Title IX is to ensure equal opportunity and gender equity for all members of the campus community. The Title IX Officer is responsible for the Colleges compliance with Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972. The Title IX Officer will monitor and oversee implementation of Title IX Compliance at the College, including coordination of training, education, communications, and administration of reporting procedures for faculty and staff.


Non-Discrimination Policy (PDF)
Policy on Prohibited Discrimination, Harassment and Related Misconduct (PDF)

Who We Are

Title IX at Franklin College

Steve LeonardDirector of Security, Title IX Coordinator317.738.8316sleonard@FranklinCollege.edu

Emily MartenProject Manager and Facilities Office Supervisor, Deputy Title IX Coordinator317.738.8078emarten@FranklinCollege.edu