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What are ways that I can get involved?

Options for students

Consent Awareness Training Squad (CATS)

CATS is a program whose goals are to increase awareness about sexual assault and educate the campus community about what Linfield students can do to develop healthier relationships. Participation in CATS requires that you have a strong desire to work towards ending sexual violence and that you make informed choices about alcohol use. Students selected to participate are expected to be role models in and out of the classroom.

Find more information about CATS and how to get involved.

Options for faculty and staff

"Ask me about your options" stickerThere are a multitude of ways that faculty and staff can get involved in serving as support people for students and colleagues who may have experienced sexual misconduct or relationship violence.

Process navigators are support persons for students who are participating in an investigation and hearing process. A process navigator act as a knowledgeable support person for reporting and responding to parties throughout the investigation and hearing process.

"Ask me about your options:" learn how to answer basic questions about reporting options and options for confidential support on and off-campus for students who are seeking answers. Stickers and window decals are provided for staff and faculty who feel comfortable talking to students about their options.

For information about how you can get involved email Jeff Mackay the Title IX Deputy at

Find resources and helpful tips for faculty and staff on best ways to support a student who discloses sexual misconduct or relationship violence.

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