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Welcome to Clarke University! Together, we will cultivate new ways of delivering the Clarke experience supporting each other and our community. We stand as One Clarke, One Community.

Fall 2021 Return to Campus Information
COVID-19 Communication

Report the Incident

Please note that both options can be pursued simultaneously.

What to Expect if You Report to a Title IX Coordinator:
In Student Life: Kate Zanger – (563)588-6517
In Social Work: Mary Gitau – (563)588-6578

  • Referrals to university and community support resources (counseling, medical, etc.)
  • Information about the policy and processes
  • Information for reporting to the police, if interested
  • As needed, interim measures are implemented. These may include academic adjustments, room re-assignment, no contact orders, and counseling
  • An investigation including interviews and collection of relevant information/evidence will occur. The University will take into consideration the desire of the person making a report whether or not to open an investigation.
    • Responsibility and appropriate sanctions are determined. Sanctions may include: Warning, Probation, Suspension, or Expulsion. Additional educational sanctions and may be imposed as well.
    • Both parties have the right to appeal.

What to Expect if You Report to Local Police
Call the police non-emergency number at (563)589-4410

  • Initial interview is conducted
  • Information about community resources are provided
  • Investigation may include a forensic exam, witness statements, and evidence collection
  • Case may advance to county attorney for prosecution. Prosecution includes preliminary hearing, court dates, and verdict