Sexual Misconduct, Sex-Based/Gender Discrimination, and Title IX

Unlawful Harassment and Sexual Conduct Policy

Dunwoody College of Technology Unlawful Harassment and Sexual Conduct Policy

Dunwoody College of Technology is committed to maintaining a learning and working environment free from discrimination and intimidation, including harassment and sexual misconduct. The College’s mission is best accomplished in an atmosphere of professionalism, which, in turn, is supported, by mutual respect and trust. Dunwoody expects all students and employees and others doing business with Dunwoody to work toward this goal.

Harassment or violence based on a person’s race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, marital status, veteran/military status, disability, age, sexual orientation, status in regard to public assistance, membership or activity in a local commission, genetic information, or any other protected class status is unlawful and is strictly prohibited. The College prohibits sexual misconduct of any kind.

This policy applies to all Dunwoody students, employees, volunteers, and all individuals and entities that do business with Dunwoody. Violation of this policy will lead to discipline, up to and including termination of employment for employees, expulsion or suspension from Dunwoody for students, or prohibition from doing business with Dunwoody and exclusion from Dunwoody’s campus for volunteers and third parties.

Reporting Harassment and Sexual Misconduct at Dunwoody

If at any time you observe harassment or feel you are being harassed, or if you observe sexual misconduct and feel you are the victim of sexual misconduct, you should immediately contact the appropriate resource:

For students, contact:
Dean of Student Affairs, Kelli Sattler
Office: Pinska Center

For employees, contact:
Vice President of Human Resources, Patricia Edman
Office: Human Resources

You also have the option of submitting an online report, either anonymously or on the record below. For non-Title-IX-related incidents, please use the Incident Report Form.

Title IX Report Form

Title IX Report Form

Title IX Report Form

Title IX Report Form

Title IX Anonymous Report Form

Title IX Anonymous Report Form

Title IX Anonymous Report Form

Title IX Training

Minnesota law requires that all students complete Title IX Training. Title IX states that: No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance.

This online training, which includes a quiz at the end, will take approximately 45 minutes to complete. After you receive a passing grade on the quiz, a message of completion will be sent to the Dean of Students.

For questions, contact Dean of Student Affairs Kelli Sattler at or 612.381.3437.

More Title IX Training Information*

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Off-Campus Resources

RAINN (Rape, Assault, and Incest National Network)
24-hour hotline; free and confidential

Sexual Offense Services – St. Paul

St. Paul, Minnesota
SOS Sexual Violence Services
24-hour hotline; free and confidential

Sexual Violence Center – Minneapolis

Minneapolis, Minnesota
24-hour hotline; free and confidential

Domestic Abuse Service Center
300 S. 6th Street
Rm. #A-0650 (lower level)
Minneapolis, MN 55487
Hennepin County District Court 
Hennepin County Government Center

The Domestic Abuse Service Center is available to help victims of domestic abuse (abuse by a family or household member) obtain orders for protection. In addition, harassment restraining orders are available for other types of harassment and assault. Victims do not have to report conduct to police to obtain a harassment restraining order. Dunwoody requires all students and employees whose conduct is subject to an order for protection or harassment restraining order to comply with such orders.

Minnesota Office of Justice, Crime Victims Programs

Office of Justice Programs
(Monday – Friday, 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM)
651.201.7300 or 888.622.8799, ext. 1 for financial help
800.247.0390, ext. 3 for information and referral
651.205.4827 TTY

Hennepin County Victim Services

(Legal information on a variety of sexual assault issues)

Walk-In Counseling Center – Minneapolis

(Free Mental Health Counseling)
2421 Chicago Avenue S
Minneapolis, MN 55404
Walk-In Counseling Center
612.870.0565, ext. 100