四虎影视

Title IX Reporting鈥

四虎影视 of Art and Design (鈥淩ingling鈥 or 鈥渢he College鈥) is committed to creating and maintaining a community in which students, faculty, and staff can work together in an atmosphere free from all forms of discrimination.

Specifically, every member of the College community should be aware that 四虎影视 is opposed to discrimination on the basis of sex, gender, gender expression, gender identity, and sexual orientation, and that such behavior is prohibited by College policy. Such discrimination includes harassment on the basis of these traits, as well as sexual harassment, sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, and stalking.

Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972 (Title IX) is a Federal law which prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in education, programs or activities. It provides that no person shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of or be subjected to discrimination under any educational program or activity provided through the College.

This is not only the policy of the College, it is also the mandate under applicable federal and state laws and applies with regard to the College鈥檚 employment, admissions, academic programs, scholarship and loan programs, and other College administered programs.

Resources

Sexual Assault Prevention & Healthy Intimate Relationship Education

What is SAPHIRE?
四虎影视鈥檚 Sexual Assault Prevention & Healthy Intimate Relationship Education (SAPHIRE) program is based on a wellness prevention model of sexual assault and other gender based violence/discrimination.听

SAPHIRE helps to educate the 四虎影视 of Art and Design听campus community听about听resources for students who have been victims/survivors of sexual assault or other gender based discrimination, for bystanders and secondary survivors, and for any student or staff member听who wants to learn more about how to develop healthy intimate relationships. The program helps听to:

  1. Educate the RCAD community.
  2. Spread awareness about sexual assault.
  3. Empower the student body to be proactive bystanders.
  4. Create a campus climate that promotes healthy relationship behaviors and interpersonal effectiveness.

We are here to help
Whether you experienced a trauma in childhood, while in college, know someone who has been victimized, have experienced any gender based discrimination, or are having difficulty in your relationships, we are here to collaboratively support you through your recovery. It is incredibly common to experience self-blame, guilt, anxiety, depression, and feel isolated during and following these difficult experiences. We want you to know you are not alone in whatever way you are struggling.听The Peterson Counseling Center听is a听confidential听resource that is here to support you and can also be helpful in discussing your options. Talking with a counselor is not the same as filing an incident report with any other staff member and there will be no follow up investigation. You can view more information on our website or call us at 941-893-2855 to setup an appointment. For more information on filing a Title IX incident report please contact Student Life or the College鈥檚 Title IX Coordinator.听

Annual听Programming and Events

SAPHIRE sponsors several campus events each year听and programs throughout the year to provide education and to spread awareness.听

  • August:听Title IX Student Awareness Training during Orientation and online materials听
  • September 21st:听RAINN Day- Stand Up Against Rape, Abuse and Incest during a program designed for RCAD students to come together and support RAINN awareness. We will听provide information; and together as a community each year develop an art project that is displayed on campus.
  • October 10th:听Coming Out Day-Join us听as we听show RCAD pride in Scott Plaza in support of National Coming Out Day and the LGBTQIA community!!
  • November 5:听Be Informed Series:听A听lunch time meeting to learn about听the nature and impact听of sexual assault, prevention tools, and ways for victims and survivors to cope and recover. Most importantly,听this is an opportunity to discuss ways we can work together to create a campus environment which fosters prevention and awareness of Sexual Assault and Violence.
  • January 29th:听Be Informed Series: Surviving Trauma: Resilience and Recovery. Join us in the Selby Lecture Hall 11:30am-12:30pm for a brown bag lunch听time meeting to learn about and discuss factors that foster and improve resilience, ways to cope and recover following a traumatic event, and how to help a friend or loved one听.
  • February 9th:听Movie Night. Join us in the Student Smart Room from 6:30-8:00pm. We will be watching the Documentary Killing Us Softly 4; a powerful film which takes a critical look at modern American advertising and its relationship to sexism, eating disorders, gender violence, and contemporary politics. We invite you to screen the film and then join us for a group discussion afterward.
  • April 1:听Missing听Your Mate:听In a long distance relationship? Come join us at听7:00 pm in the Student Smart Room听for a program specifically designed for students who are in long distance relationships. We will have stations set up so you can put together a care package of fun goodies to send to the one you love! This also will be a great opportunity to share your struggles and success stories, and to learn some tips for managing a healthy long distance relationship!
  • April***:听Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) 2015 Schedule of Events:
    • April 13-17th:听The Clothesline Project
    • April 17th:听Lunch of Silence 11:30-12:30 in the Student Smart Room. Join us for a silent lunch to support those in the LGBTQIA community who have been victim to discrimination or harassment due to their sexual orientation and/ or gender identity.听 Lunch will be provided and eaten in silence. Posters will be available for everyone to write a message about why they are participating in this event. We will also have a discussion following the event to process reactions.听
    • Tuesdays in April: (April,7th, 14th, 21st ,28th):听Teal Tuesdays: Wear the color teal every Tuesday in April to show your support and promote awareness for Sexual Assault Awareness Month.听
    • April 22nd听: Be Informed Series:听Lunch and Learn: Sexual Assault Prevention on our Campus. Join Counselors and other Wellness Staff for Lunch in Hammond Commons for a discussion of Sexual Assault on our Campus and Future Directions of Prevention and Awareness.
    • April 29th:听Denim Day. We invite all Students, Faculty, and Staff to wear denim on this day in protest against the misconceptions that surround Sexual Assault.

Stay alert for sexual assault prevention听materials distributed as part of our Healthy Tea and Snacks program throughout the year, posters across campus, and stop by the health center anytime to pickup more information or ask questions.听For any questions or听more information on our events please contact Nancy Zlatkin:听nzlatkin@ringling.edu听or Melanie Stawkey:听mstawkey@ringling.edu

On-Campus Medical Services
四虎影视, in partnership with Sarasota Memorial Hospital (SMH), provides basic medical services to students in our on-campus Student Health Center. Services are available Monday-Friday, 8:30 am 鈥 4:30 pm during the academic year. No appointment is necessary, but students must bring their 四虎影视 ID and insurance card to each visit. Our medical services staff are equipped to diagnose and treat most common illnesses and conditions, including but not limited to:

  • Colds and Flu
  • Minor Skin Lacerations and Burns
  • Skin Rashes
  • Urinary Problems
  • Gynecological Problems, Routine Gynecological Exam and Pap Smear
  • On-site Laboratory Testing Including Urine Dip, Rapid Strep, Pregnancy and STI Testing
  • Emergency Contraception
  • Physicals

Medical Services at the Student Health Center:
2712 Bradenton Road, Sarasota, FL 34234
941-309-4000
medical@ringling.edu

After-Hours Medical Services
Ringling Students may also visit any of the off-campus (smhurgentcare.com) to meet with a physician free of charge. All off-campus SMH Urgent Care Centers are open 7 days a week from 8:00 am 鈥 8:00 pm. You must show your Ringling ID and insurance card upon arrival. Additional services provided may incur a cost which you can discuss with your provider before proceeding.

Sarasota Memorial Hospital Emergency Room
In an emergency, always call 911
1700 S. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota, FL 34239 (entrance off Waldemere St.)
For non-emergency information, call 941-917-8555


Peterson Counseling Center
The Peterson Counseling Center (PCC) provides free, confidential services for Ringling students and is available Monday- Friday, 8:30 am 鈥 4:30 pm. Services include short-term individual therapy, group therapy, workshops, support groups, psychiatry services, same-day and urgent mental health services.听 Staff can also provide information regarding off-campus referrals. Services may be offered in-person or via telehealth. In addition to therapy services, PCC also engages with the school community through outreach and programming on various topics.

The Peterson Counseling Center serves as a confidential resource for students. PCC staff are not considered mandated reporters under Title IX.

Peterson Counseling Center at the Student Health Center:
2712 Bradenton Road, Sarasota, FL 34234
941-893-2855
counseling@ringling.edu

After-Hours Services
For after-hours mental health emergencies, students should call 四虎影视 Public Safety at 941-359-7500, call 911 or visit a local emergency room.

Off-Campus Resources
Safe Place and Rape Crisis Center (SPARCC)
24-Hour Crisis Line, call or text 941-365-1976
2139 Main Street Sarasota, FL 34237

Sarasota County Victim鈥檚 Assistance Unit
941-861-4942

victimassistance@scgov.net

National Sexual Assault Hotline: Confidential 24/7 Support
800-656-HOPE (4673)
Chat online at online.rainn.org

Love is Respect
1.866.331.9474
Text LOVEIS to 22522

Sarasota County Sheriff鈥檚 Office Victim Assistance Unit

victimassistance@scgov.net
(941)-861-4942

Tammy Walsh, Ed.D., Vice President for听Student Life and Dean of Students, is Deputy Title IX Coordinator and Dr. Walsh or other staff in student life are the听primary contact for students:听twalsh@ringling.edu

Christine DeGeorge,听Vice President of Human and Organizational Development,听serves as听Title IX Coordinator and primary contact for faculty/staff concerns:听ccarnegi@ringling.edu


For more information please also听visit the college鈥檚 main website and review the student handbook.