Title IX Compliance
Title IX Training Materials
In compliance with 34 CFR §106.45(b)(10)(i)(D) issued by the United States Department of Education under Title IX of the Educational Amendments Act of 1972, Porter and Chester Institute has made publicly available the training materials used to train Porter and Chester Institute's Title IX personnel.
Porter and Chester Institute's Director of Student Services attended the Title IX & Clery Act Annual Training virtual training program on December 21, 2021, which was hosted by DL Training Solutions, LLC. Porter and Chester Institute has made the Title IX & Clery Act Annual Training program materials publicly available here:
Title IX and Clery Act Annual Training (12/21/21)
Certificate of Class Completion
These materials are the exclusive property of DL Training Solutions, LLC. All rights reserved, ©2021.
Do you believe you may have been a victim of sexual harassment or sexual assault?
Please report any incidents of sexual harassment or sexual assault to our Title IX Coordinator:
1405 Williams Rd. York, PA 17402
Porter Chester Institute recognizes the definition of consent as the following:
Consent - A knowing and voluntary agreement to engage in specific sexual activity at the time of the activity communicated through clear actions and or words that are mutually understood.
In order to be valid, Consent must be active present and ongoing.
Consent is not present when it is the result of coercion, intimidation, force, or threat of harm.
Consent is not present when an individual is in capacitated due to alcohol, drugs, or sleep, or otherwise without capacity to provide Consent due to intellectual or other disability or other condition. Consent can be withdrawn at any time and consent to one form of sexual activity is not necessarily consent to other forms of sexual activity.
When alcohol is involved, incapacitation is a state beyond drunkenness or intoxication. When drug use is involved, incapacitation is a state beyond being under the influence of or impaired by the use of a drug. Alcohol and other drugs impact each individual differently. Determining whether an individual is incapacitated requires an individualized determination. When determining whether a person has the capacity to provide Consent, the Institution will consider whether a sober, reasonable person in the same position new or should have known that the other party could or could not consent to the sexual activity.
When determining whether Consent has been provided, all the circumstances of the relationship between the parties will be considered.