Nondiscrimination and Title IX
Barnard College is committed to providing an environment free from discrimination, harassment, and retaliation. The Nondiscrimination and Title IX Office endeavors to work collaboratively across campus to further the goal that faculty, staff, and students be able to work and study in a campus community free from discrimination and harassment. As such, the Office provides outreach, education, supportive consultation, and response services to all members of the Barnard community. Dr. Elizabeth Scott-Francis, Executive Director for CARES Outreach and Response, serves as the Title IX Coordinator for the College.
We are operating in-person on the First Floor of Elliott Hall
Monday through Friday (closed on holidays) from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Phone: 212-854-3362 (CARES Response Line; indicate you're calling to speak with the Title IX Coordinator)
How can we help you?
If you are ready to talk to us about a concern, you have the option to connect with us privately or anonymously, in person or in a virtual setting, to get support and learn more about your options, which may include filing a formal complaint. We encourage you to choose the pathway that feels most comfortable for you.
Learn about grievance procedures, policies, and definitions and obtain news and updates about the Nondiscrimination and Title IX Office here.
These dedicated staff members are bound by privacy and are committed to helping Barnard students, employees, visitors, and guests navigate rights, responsibilities, options, and support related to the College's Policy Against Discrimination and Harassment.
- Dr. Elizabeth Scott-Francis, Executive Director, CARES Outreach and Response and Title IX Coordinator
- Danielle-Hope Hayden, Associate Director of Compliance and Investigations
- Deputy Compliance Coordinators