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Know your options

Linfield University is committed to ongoing efforts to address sexual misconduct and relationship violence on its campus. To ensure a safe environment that fosters learning for its students, Linfield is continuously working to enhance its collaborative campus approach to respond to and prevent incidents of sexual misconduct and relationship violence.

If you or someone you know has been impacted by sexual misconduct or relationship violence, please access the resources listed here as a first step in caring for yourself and the Linfield community.

It's never too late to find out more about your options.

Make a formal report   Confidential options   Help a friend   Respond to a notice

Meet your support team

Want to talk to someone about your options? Reach out to any person on Linfield University's Sexual Misconduct and Relationship Violence Support Team. Each person can help answer your questions, assist in making a report, or connect you with confidential support services on or off campus. You can also review further our supportive measures.

Portrait of Jess Irvine.
Jess Irvine
Title IX Coordinator

Grand River Solutions

Portrait of Jeff Mackay.
Jeff Mackay
Title IX Deputy

Vice President for Student Affairs, Dean of Students

Title IX Information

Linfield University strives for compliance with federal Title IX mandates as well as state-based Oregon law regarding sexual harassment and other forms of sex-based discrimination.

Linfield's commitment to responding to sexual harassment and other types of interpersonal violence goes beyond federal and state mandates but aims to integrate trauma-informed best practices and equitable and fair processes.

Title IX policy and compliance information Faculty and staff resources