Supportive measures are options and steps that ArtCenter can provide on a temporary or ongoing basis to support the personal, academic, and/or professional success of an individual who may have been impacted by alleged sexual misconduct and/or a grievance process. Such measures are designed to restore or preserve access to ArtCenter’s employment or educational program or related activity, protect the safety of all parties or the College environment, and/or deter harassment, discrimination, and/or retaliation without unreasonably burdening another involved party. Supportive measures are available outside of any formal complaint or grievance process.
The Title IX Coordinator is responsible for both equitably offering supportive measures to both complainants and respondents and ensuring the effective implementation of such measures. Complainants, respondents, and witnesses may make requests for supportive measures to the Title IX Coordinator or designee working with them to address a reported concern. The College provides supportive measures as reasonably available.
Supportive measures may be requested by contacting ArtCenter’s Title IX Coordinator:
Director of Title IX Compliance and Programs
All ArtCenter students, faculty, and staff have access to confidential support if they have experienced sexual misconduct or are involved in a grievance process. Confidential resources are individuals who do not have an obligation to report information to the Title IX Coordinator. Students are welcome to make an appointment with a counselor in the Student Mental Health Counseling Services out of the Center for the Student Experience, as these individuals have a professional requirement to maintain confidentiality. The licensed counselors working in Counseling Services are the only employees at ArtCenter who are not required to report sexual misconduct that is disclosed to them in the course of their work. Employees are offered confidential support resources and referrals through the Managed Health Network (“MHN”). Any students and employees who may have experienced sexual misconduct may also access confidential support through Peace Over Violence. Each of the below resources are available free of charge.
To contact a counselor or make an appointment for counseling services, students should contact:
ArtCenter Student Mental Health Counseling Services
Center for the Student Experience
Hillside – Room 200B
To make an appointment, contact:
Walk-in appointments available
Employees interested in confidential support services are welcome to contact the following off-campus resource:
Employee Assistance Program: Managed Health Network (“MHN”)
Confidential 24-Hour Help Line for Employees: 800 227-1060
TTY users call 711
The following off-campus resources may also offer additional support and other advocacy services.
Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Advocacy Services:
Peace Over Violence
892 N. Fair Oaks Ave
Pasadena, CA 91103
Emergency Hotline: 626 793-3385
Confidential, non-judgmental support for emergency, advocacy, and referrals
Sexual Assault National Crisis Hotline: RAINN – 24/7 hotline
Los Angeles LGBT Center – resources on mental health and intimate partner violence