Title IX

SIT Graduate Institute is committed to creating and maintaining a community in which its members are free from all forms of harassment, exploitation, intimidation, and violence. SIT recognizes the long-lasting and detrimental effects of sexual misconduct and assault on the individual victim, on the entire community, and on SIT’s mission to prepare its students to lead productive, responsible, and creative lives. SIT is committed to providing its community with necessary support and resources to thoughtfully and thoroughly address all situations related to sexual misconduct.

SIT, in an effort to create an environment where all people can work and study without fear of discrimination, harassment, exploitation, or intimidation, is committed to the following: educating the community about harassment, sexual harassment, and sexual assault; implementing appropriate, consistent, and prompt procedures for protecting the rights and well- being of victims, the respondent, and the community-at-large; and assisting victims to secure needed services.

View our Sexual Harassment and Misconduct policy.

To speak to someone directly, please contact:

Trina Lawrence
Title IX Coordinator
Manager of Student Health, Safety and Well-Being
802 258-3275
[email protected]
Incidents related to students

Anne Brnger
Vice President, Human Resources
[email protected]
Incidents related to faculty or staff

Contact Us

SIT has a team of trained Student Health, Safety, & Wellbeing managers available 24 hours a day to respond to potential threats to student safety and manage emergency situations.

Call: + 1 802 258-3366

Title IX Resources & Trainings

Resources used by SIT for Staff Training

Additional Resources

Pathways to Safety International

US Department of State Help for U.S. Citizen Victims of Crime Overseas travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/international-travel/emergencies/crime.html