Creating a Campus Wide Community of Caring
Our King’s College community has collaborated to develop a comprehensive program to educate and provide support to our students throughout their undergraduate experience at the College.
Respect for the dignity of each person regardless of their background, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, ability, religious beliefs/practices, ethnic and racial backgrounds is core to the experience of the King’s College community.
Prior to arriving on campus all new first-year and transfer students must complete the first phase of the program focusing on issues regarding sexual assault and alcohol and drug use. The modules address risks and decision making on these issues.
Throughout the Holy Cross Experience Course (HCE 101) incoming students further their understanding of sexual misconduct and alcohol and drug usage. They gain an understanding of campus policies and the laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Students participate in bystander education training, which demonstrates when to intervene and how to do so safely in order to help other students and members of the community.
During the year we provide additional educational experiences including speakers, the showing of the documentary The Hunting Ground and other programs on these and other topics to help students develop as a person.
The College, on a biannual basis, conducts a Campus Climate Survey (utilizing materials from Skyfactor/EBI) evaluating the campus on issues related to diversity and sexual assault. These results are used to help improve our educational efforts, awareness and service for students.
United Educators Modules
All first-year and transfer students must complete three modules from United Educators. You should expect to spend a total of about two hours completing them.
Know Your Limit- Alcohol (30 minutes)
Impressions (45 minutes)
Healthy Relationships (40 minutes)
To begin the modules go to the link below (you may need to copy and paste the link into your Browser):
- Enter your first and last name (please do not use nick names)
- You will receive a link with a temporary password. Create your permanent password, something you can easily remember. Some students who are employed on campus or are science and education majors may be required to complete other modules on this site in the future.
- Complete the Know Your Limit, Impressions and Healthy Choices modules.
- Print out the certificate demonstrating you completed the modules.
- First-year students enrolled in the Holy Cross Experience (HCE 101) will turn the certificate into their instructor the first week of class in August.
- Transfer students will turn in the certificate to Mr. Sean Cryan, Director of Campus Activities and New Student Orientation by September 1.
- Alcohol and Drug Education and Prevention Brochure
- Alcohol and Drug Policy from the Student Handbook
- Sexual Misconduct Policy form the Student Handbook
- King’s College Statement of Non Discrimination: King’s College is committed to equal opportunity in: the admission of students, the administration of educational programs and activities for employees and applicants for employment, without discrimination based on race, national, or ethnic origin, religion, gender, marital status, sexual orientation, age, or disability, in accordance with applicable laws.
Reporting Sexual Misconduct and Other Behaviors
Confidential Reporting Site: Anyone may file an anonymous report of sexual assault or other inappropriate behavior on this site: https://www.kings.edu/life_at_kings/dean_of_students/confidential_reporting
Title IX Coordinators
- For complaints against employees or non-students: Associate Vice President for Human Resources/Title IX- EEO Coordinator: Ms. Kristin Fino, Office: 181 North Franklin Street, telephone number: (570) 208-5968, email address: email@example.com. The coordinator has ultimate oversight of the Sexual Misconduct Policy.
- For complaints against students: Title IX Coordinator: Associate Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students: Mr. Robert McGonigle, Office: John Lane C.S.C. House, 166 North Franklin Street, telephone number: (570) 208-5875, email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Information about Title IX requirements is available from the Department of Education, Office of Civil Rights at their website www2.ed.gov/ocr. The website has information on Title IX and how to file a complaint on-line. The regional office can be contacted at U.S. Department of Education, The Wanamaker Building, 100 Penn Square East, Suite 515, Philadelphia, PA 19107-3323. Telephone: (215) 656-8541. Facsimile: (215) 656-8605. Email: OCR.Philadelphia@ed.gov
College Resources and Reporting
Counseling Center- confidential reporter
Sixth Floor Administration Building, Room 620
Student Health Center- confidential reporter
Andre Hall, 72 W. North Street
Campus Ministry (pastoral counseling) - confidential reporter
Campus Ministry Center, corner of Jackson and North Franklin Streets
Victim’s Advocate- non confidential reporter/mandated reporter
Residence Life Office, First Floor, Room 100, Sheehy-Farmer Campus Center
Residence Life Staff (Associate Dean, Associate Director, Hall Directors, Resident Counselors and Resident Assistants) - non-confidential reporter/mandated reporter
First Floor, Room 100, Sheehy-Farmer Campus Center
Campus Safety and Security- non-confidential reporter/mandated reporter
Alumni Hall, Room 107-108
Faculty and Other Staff not mentioned above- non-confidential reporter/ mandated reporters
Off Campus Resources
Alcohol and Drug Counseling/Treatment