If you are the victim of sexual or gender-based misconduct, or are a witness to or have information about sexual or gender-based misconduct, Dickinson strongly encourages you to make a report with the Title IX coordinator. You may choose to make a report with law enforcement, including on-campus and/or local police. If you would like support in notifying authorities, we will assist you in doing so. You also have the option to decline notifying law enforcement. 



Report to Dickinson College

If you are the victim of sexual or gender-based misconduct, or are a witness to or have information about sexual or gender-based misconduct, Dickinson strongly encourages you to make a report to the Title IX coordinator. You may make an online report or directly contact the Title IX coordinator.

If you are a mandated staff or faculty member, you are obligated to report the information you are aware of to the Title IX Coordinator.

File an Online Report

Seek assistance for incidents involving sexual misconduct, intimate partner violence or stalking.

Kat Matic

Katharina Matic

Title IX Coordinator

matick@dickinson.edu
titleix@dickinson.edu
Phone: 717-254-8316
Address: Old West

The Title IX coordinator is responsible for coordinating Dickinson's efforts to comply with and carry out our responsibilities under Title IX, including promptly, thoroughly and equitably resolving reports of prohibited conduct to eliminate sexual or gender-based issues, prevent recurrence and remedy effects.

Reports or complaints of sexual or gender-based misconduct, or questions about Dickinson’s policies, procedures, resources or programs, may be directed to the Title IX coordinator.


Law Enforcement

You may choose to make a report with law enforcement, including on-campus and/or local police. If you would like support in notifying authorities, we will assist you in doing so. You also have the option to decline notifying law enforcement. 


On Campus

Department of Public Safety

Phone: 717-245-1111

Address: 400 W. North Street, Carlisle, PA 17013

Off Campus

Carlisle Police Department

Phone: 717-243-4121 or 911

Address: 240 Lincoln Street, Carlisle, PA 17013


How do I submit an anonymous report?

The anonymous tips page should not be used for emergency or crisis situations needing an immediate Public Safety, law enforcement or medical emergency response. While DPS regularly follows up on all information or messages sent through the anonymous tips site, this site is not monitored 24 hours a day. In the event of an emergency, individuals are advised to call 911.

Depending on the amount of information detailing the alleged incidents or identifying the alleged individual(s) responsible, the college’s ability to respond may be limited.

Any person may submit an anonymous report through our online reporting form. If you wish to remain anonymous, do not include your name or contact information in the form. 


What Happens After I File A Report?

After you file a report with the college, the Title IX coordinator will review the information to determine if there is any need for immediate actions to support the safety and well-being of individuals and the campus community.  

Typically, the Title IX coordinator or other staff member will contact the complainant and invite the complainant to meet and explore resolution options and review accommodations and/or support services. 

For more detailed information, please review Dickinson's sexual harassment and misconduct policy, or you may contact the Title IX coordinator.


Privacy

Dickinson protects the privacy of complainants and other necessary parties. All reports of sexual harassment, sexual violence, intimate partner violence and stalking will be handled as privately as possible. Interim measures and accommodations will be kept private to the extent that maintaining privacy would not impair the ability of the college to provide the interim measures and/or accommodations.

Anonymity

Any person may submit an anonymous report through our online reporting form. If you wish to remain anonymous, do not include your name or contact information in the form.

Depending on the amount of information detailing the alleged incidents or identifying the alleged individual(s) responsible, the college’s ability to respond may be limited.