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T I T L E

A N N U A L R E P O R T
2016-2017 ACADEMIC YEAR

Office of Institutional Equity


MAKE A DIFFERENCE.
CHANGE THE WORLD.

S PA RTA NS WI L L.

COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT
MSU ITS ON US CAMPAIGN MSU COMMITTEES
In spring 2016 MSUs Title IX Program joined forces S
 EXUAL VIOLENCE ADVISORY COMMITTEE (SVAC)
with key campus partners, including ASMSU and SVAC serves to provide community input and advice
to the Title IX Coordinator on matters pertaining to the
COGS, to launch Its On Us as MSUs official sexual
universitys compliance with Title IX and efforts to foster
violence prevention campaign. ASMSU had been a community of safety, caring, and respect. SVAC gathers
participating in the Its On Us national campaign for community input relating to the campus climate and
several years and through partnership with the Title IX shares this information with the President, Title IX
office, efforts have expanded to engage community Coordinator, and VFC. SVAC includes student, faculty,
and staff representatives serving two-year terms.
members to play an active role in building a culture
of care and respect at MSU. MSUs approach to the V
 IOLENCE FREE COMMUNITIES COMMITTEE (VFC)
VFC is comprised of representatives from campus units
Its On Us campaign leverages the strengths of a
engaged in efforts to support a campus culture free of
number of campus units and student organizations relationship violence and sexual misconduct. VFC acts
to plan and execute components of the campaign upon the campus climate information gathered by SVAC
and to provide funding support where needed. to develop recommendations for the Title IX Coordinator
and collaborates with the Title IX Coordinator to develop
Spring 2016 Events:
and execute action plans to address pressing campus
Keynote speaker: Don McPherson climate concerns.
ASMSU pledge drive R
 VSM POLICY WORK GROUP
Its On Us giveaways at The Rock Each year the Title IX Coordinator convenes a
multi-disciplinary work group to review MSUs RVSM
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Policy and identify improvements. The work group
Audrie and Daisy
includes faculty, staff, and student representatives
Therapy dogs at the library along with campus subject matter experts involved in
Inaugural Student Leadership Institute the day-to-day execution of the policy. It is through this
work that Michigan State University aims to continuously
For information on past or upcoming events, follow the improve our policy and the underlying procedures to
campaign on Facebook: facebook.com/ItsOnUsMSU/ ensure a process that is both timely and fair.
OFFICE OF I NSTITUTIONAL
MICH IGAN STATE U N IVE RSIT Y

EQUITY
 ounded in 2015, OIE is charged with responding to concerns
F 16 S
 TAFF (full-time/total)
related to MSUs Relationship Violence and Sexual Misconduct
Policy and MSUs Anti-Discrimination Policy. OIE educates the
9 I NVESTIGATORS
community on the policies and related topics through in-person 1D
 EDICATED
presentations to faculty, staff, and student groups. SPECIALIST
to assist with interim and
 or the 2016-2017
F ONLINE TRAINING: protective measures
academic year, (AY 2016-2017)

OIE STAFF Completed the


FACILITATED 140 9,117 MSU relationship FOCUS GROUPS
IN-PERSON 94% HELD: 12
EMPLOYEES violence
TRAINING and sexual
PROGRAMS on MSUs misconduct
TOWN HALL
Relationship Violence and
97% 52,195 MSU training during
Sexual Misconduct Policy STUDENTS the 2016-2017 FORUMS HELD:
for employee and student academic year. 3
groups on campus.

MSU TITLE IX PARTNERS IN SUMMARY


Sexual Assault Program
Founded in 1980, co-funded by MSU and the Victims of crisis line and advocacy services are offered to anyone in
Crime Act Grant, MSUs Sexual Assault Program works the greater Lansing community. In August 2017 the Sexual
with sexual assault survivors and all others who are Assault Program moved to a new location on the 2nd floor
impacted by sexual violence. SAP provides counseling of Student Services. The new space includes a group
and support groups to MSU students. SAPs 24-hour therapy room as well as a survivors lounge/waiting room.

10.5 STAFF SERVED


Program Coordinator | 5 Therapists | Crisis Counselor | Program Advocate 486 clients
under VOCA Grant
Volunteer Coordinator | Office Manager | time Health Care Assistant (FY 10/1/16 6/30/17)

PROGRAMS: PROVIDED
Clinical Staff Groups Offered: MEDICAL
provided Trauma Forward Self Care Healing ADVOCACY
individual Informed
Yoga
Together Workshops
including: Yoga/
to 97 survivors.
counseling services to
Soul Pilates/Ear
233 students totaling Peer Led Speak Acupuncture PROVIDED CRISIS
1,494 therapy sessions Workshop launched in
summer 2016 INTERVENTION on
Seeking Safety launched in fall 2017
109 Hotline calls
VOLUNTEERS
Program Staff and Volunteers
94 Sexual Assault Crisis TRAINED 57 new provided ADVOCACY
Intervention (SACI) Volunteers SACI Volunteer Advocates
SERVICES to 138
clients
Sexual Assault and Relationship Violence Prevention Program (SARV)
Celebrating its 10-YEAR ANNIVERSARY,
the SARV Program promotes safety and improves 60 PEER
quality of life by EDUCATING students on sexual EDUCATORS
assault and relationship violence, ELIMINATING
violence on campus, EMPOWERING students to 2G
 RADUATE 1F
 ULL-TIME
become advocates for a non-violent community
ASSISTANTS STAFF
and positively EFFECTING social change. part-time

PROGRAMS:
SARV workshop attendance: LBGTQ STUDENT Workshop for GREEKS
6,418 FRESHMAN WORKSHOP: 113 INTERNATIONAL Take the Lead: 2,568
and TRANSFER students attended STUDENTS: 107 students participated in
 attended. the workshop (increase
STUDENTS (up from 87 last year).
(up from 6,121 last year). from 1,558 last year).

GOVERNORS CAMPUS SEXUAL ASSAULT GRANT PROGRAM


MSU received a $38,597.10 grant from the Governors Office for extending sexual violence
prevention efforts within the MSU campus community and outreach to local high schools. The grant
supports development of workshops for upper class MSU students and an awareness campaign for
deployment at MSU and area high schools as part of MSUs grant-funded Bystander Network.

MSU Police
Nationally recognized as one of the first departments to Special Victims Unit (SVU); sex crimes, relationship
develop a sexual assault victim rights and response violence, stalking, child abuse, vulnerable adult abuse,
guarantee, MSU Police has 10
SWORN OFFICERS and bias crimes. MSU Police assists area law enforcement
agencies in collaborative investigations and resource
AND SUPERVISORS sharing. MSU Police assists other universities in
establishing their own special victims units modeled
specially trained to respond to cases that fall under the
after MSUs SVU, which was established in 2014.

MSU Safe Place


Established in 1994, MSU Safe Place provides
3 full-time
 8
STAFF INTERNS
advocacy, shelter, long-term safety planning, and
counseling services to individuals experiencing 5
relationship violence and stalking. VOLUNTEERS
CLIENTS: PROGRAMS: 83
Temporary Emergency Staff/Professional
18,556 18 TRAININGS
SHELTER FOR 50
PARTICIPANTS
21 ADULTS
Resource General
29 CHILDREN 39 FAIRS 15 PRESENTATIONS

SUPPORT SERVICES SAFETY 10


for those not in shelter 105 Forum: 1 OTHER
TYPES OF SERVICES: court accompaniment, assisting clients to receive a wide range of services,
parenting guidance and support to victims who have minor children and to parents of MSU students victimized by
relationship violence or stalking, safety planning, crisis and long term counseling, assistance helping clients move,
scholarships for students victimized by relationship violence or stalking, advocacy assistance to help pay client
bills and services, temporary emergency shelter, transportation, child care and play therapy for young children.
Sexual Assault
Administrative 0.6

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0.4
Unknown
23 Sexual Harassment 101 30
OIE RVSM Investigations
0.2

Stalking
0.0

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50
On Campus
218 461
RVSM INCIDENTS
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No Jurisdiction
1012016-2017
AY AY 2015-2016 AY 2014-2015
AY: 2015-2016
Off Campus
AY: 2016-2017
15

0 718 461 201 142


10 132
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5 177** VIO
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72*
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TIME to
Pending
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Average
COMPLETE
19
3/22/16 8/15/16 78 days**
STUDENT CONDUCT Not Total Investigated
* 8/16/15 3/21/16 104 days
718 INVESTIGATIONS
Investigated 74
PROCESS: 625
8/16/14 8/15/15 153 days
48 days
8/16/16 8/15/17
80 days (8/16/16 8/15/17)
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BY BY 8/15/16 57 days Relationship
Common reasons for extension of investigation timeline: Law enforcement delays, additional
INCIDENTS
INCIDENTS
REPORTED
REPORTED
8/16/15 Relationship
Violence
Violence
witnesses, newSexualSexual
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evidence, Assault
witness SexualSexual
Harassment
participation, delayed participation by Harassment
parties, academic break
LOCATION
LOCATION 72 72 *Includes cases177 177 132 132
8/16/14 8/16/15 88 days
where timeline was extended for good cause.
**Academic year data split to reflect change in OIE model.
TotalTotal
461 461
SANCTIONS FOR RVSM VIOLATIONS (CLOSED CASES)*
7 7 4 4 2 2 67 67
Retaliation
Retaliation Multiple
Multiple
Violations
Violations Sexual
Sexual
Exploitation
Exploitation Stalking
Stalking
CHARGES STUDENT EMPLOYEE OTHER**

UNIVERSITY
DISMISSAL PROBATION SUSPENSION DISCIPLINE DISMISSAL OTHER*** PROBATION SUSPENSION TERMINATION OTHER CONTACT
RESTRICTION

Dating Violence 1 1
Multiple 2 1
RVSM Retaliation 2 1 1
Sexual Assault 5 1 6
Sexual Contact 3 1
Sexual Exploitation 2
Sexual Harassment 2 1 1 2 1 5 1 1
Stalking 3
TOTALS 5 11 4 3 1 10 1 1 6 1 1 44
*Excludes cases where disciplinary proceedings are in-progress. Number of sanctions may be higher than number of completed investigations due to cases with multiple respondents.
**Not affiliated with MSU. ***Respondent was terminated, resigned, or retired before investigation was completed
RVSM Incidents Reported to OIE by Location (Sexual Harassment, Sexual Exploitation, Sexual Assault, Stalking, Relationship Violence, and Retaliation)
On Campus
REASON RVSM INCIDENTS INCIDENTS REPORTED Online
FORMAL RVSM
NVESTIGATION OUTCOMES
NOT INVESTIGATED
1 3 Administrative
BY LOCATION 7
Dating Violence 43
Closure*
Mayo Campbell 12 Unknown Domestic30Violence 16
Does Not Meet 136 False Complaint 2
6 Standard** On 25
3 6
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Non- Total Retaliation 9
NO VIOLATION 2 2 0 8 13 3 =28 3
Total 27
718 Campus
363
VIOLATION 0 2 1 19 311 45 =38
Williams
Gilchrist
289
Landon
378
MSU
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50
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212
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Sexual
Sexual Contact 18
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7 5 Main
Library
Olds Hall
2 1 13
Total 363
Jenison
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Bailey Emmons 1 Giltner
Phillips
17 Snyder

No Total Formal
1
Administration
Investigation Investigation
1 Building
378 461 66
6 1 IM Sports
Spartan
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Stadium
2
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1855 Breslin Ice Arena
2 3
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4
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2 4 2
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3 2 7 11
177 132
University Village Apartments West

Total 4
International Center
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Owen
Owen
McDonel
Holmes
West
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East

1
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461
Incident Type by Location Case Parking
Ramp 1 5 4 Akers
4
North
Dating
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2
Sexual Exploitation
Sexual Exploitation (SE)
Stalking
67
4 1
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West
2 East

Domestic Violence (DV) Sexual Harassment (SH) Wonders 4 Case 1 1 Akers 13


False Complaint (FC) Single IncidentMultiple 5 Case South
Engineering
Biomedical and Wharton 5 Hubbard North
3
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Retaliation (RET) Allegations (SI/MA) 1 1 Hubbard


6
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Wonders
South
Wilson East
1 1
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Unknown (U) 1 Natural


Resources
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> Multiple Incidents/Types at Location (detail below)
2 3 5 Infrastructure
Planning &

Holden Holden
Facilities
1
West Holden East
Parking Lot 92

2
Spartan Village
13 Clinical
Center

1855 Place 6 Butterfield Hall 4 Holden Hall 3 Jenison Field House 5 Owen Hall 4 University Village 4
DV-5, SH-1 DaV-3, ST-1 DaV-1, SH-2 SA-1, SC-2, SH-2 SC-1, SH-3 DV-1, SA-3
Abbot Hall 3 Campbell Hall 3 Holden Hall East 5 Kellogg Center 5 Owen Hall East 2 Unknown 85
SE-1, SH-1, U-1 M-1, SH-1, ST-1 DaV-1, SA-1, SH-1, ST-1, U-1 M-1, SH-1 DaV-1, SC-1 DaV-5, DV-1, M-5, RET-4,
Akers Hall 2 Case Hall 4 Holmes Hall 7 Landon Hall 6 Rather Hall 3 SA-9, SC-5, SE-4, SH-34, 1 Engineering
Research

R-1, SA-1 SA-1, SH-2, ST-1 M-1, SA-2, SH-2, ST-1, U-1 DaV-3, SE-1, ST-2 SC-1, SH-1, ST-1 ST-16, U-2
Akers Hall East 4 Case Hall North 4 Holmes Hall East 11 Library (main) 5 Shaw Hall 3 Williams Hall 6
S-1, U-3 DaV-1, SA-1, SE-1, ST-1 DaV-1, DV-1, SA-1, ST-7, U-1 SE-1, SH-2, ST-1, U-1 R-1, SH-2 DaV-2, SA-1, SE-1, SH-1, U-1
Akers Hall West 5 Case Hall South 4 Holmes Hall West 2 Mason Hall 4 Shaw Hall East 2 Wilson Hall East 3 Other Campus Locations
M-1, SA-1, SH-1, ST-2 SA-1, SH-3 SH-1, ST-1 DaV-3, SA-1 M-1, SA-1 SH-2, ST-1 Academic/Administration 1 (SH)
Armstrong Hall 3 Clinical Center 13 Hubbard Hall 5 McDonel Hall East 2 Shaw Hall West 2 Wonders Hall 4 Building unknown
DaV-1, ST-2 SA-12, SC-1 FC-1, SA-1, SH-3 SH-1, ST-1 SE-1, ST-1 DaV-1, M-1, SH-1, ST-1
McDonel Hall West 8 Wonders Hall South 5 On Campus unknown 85
Bailey Hall 7 College of Music 2 Hubbard Hall North 13 Snyder Hall 13
DaV-2, SA-2, SH-2, ST-1 RET-1, ST-1 DaV-4, SA-2, SH-5, ST-1, U-1 DV-1, SA-1, SC-2, SH-1, ST-3 DaV-3, DV-1, SA-2, SC-1, DaV-1, DV-1, SE-1, SH-1, ST-1 REHS Facility 1 (DV)
Brody Complex 5 Emmons Hall 5 Hubbard Hall South 6 MSU Union 3 SH-4, ST-1, U-1 Yakeley Hall 3
SA-2, SH-2, U-1 DaV-1, SH-3, ST-1 DaV-3, SE-2, ST-1 SC-1, SH-2 Spartan Village 2 DaV-1, SH-1, ST-1
Bryan Hall 3 Gilchrest 3 International Center 3 Music 2 SE-1, ST-1
SA-1, SH-1, ST-1 DaV-1, DV-1, SH-1 R-1, SA-1, SH-1 SC-1, SH-1