Reporting parties and respondents will have access to a member of the Campus Assault Resources and Education Team, a “CARE” Advisor, throughout the Title IX investigation and any subsequent student conduct proceeding. A CARE Advisor can provide information about the investigation procedure, help arrange reasonable accommodations, and provide general support. Consulting with a CARE Advisor is not mandatory – a CARE Advisor may be highly involved or only slightly involved depending on the wishes of the student.

For more information about the CARE Advisor Program, please contact Adam Thrasher, the Title IX Coordinator, or Bridget Buoniconti, Assistant Dean of Student Affairs/Title IX Deputy Coordinator.

Regis CARE Advisors