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Institutional Oversight

Lindsey Taylor
Vice President for Students Affairs and Dean of Students, Title IX Coordinator 
Hermann Hall Rm 205 
706.236.2207 
ltaylor@berry.edu

Confidential Resources

Members of the Berry Community who want confidential information or counseling about sexual misconduct should contact the Counseling Center, the Chaplain’s Office, or Health Services. 

Counseling Center 706.236.2259
Health and Wellness Center 706.236.2267
Chaplain’s Office 706.236.2214

Additional campus confidential resources

Ashley Demonbreun-Chapman
B.R.A.V.E Project Coordinator
Ladd Center
706.236.2209 

Michael McElveen
Assistant Dean of Student Wellness
Cage Center 214
706.368.5633 

Off-Campus Resources

Assaults occurring off campus should be reported to the Rome City/Floyd County police by calling 911. 

Those who have been sexually assaulted are also encouraged to call the Sexual Assault Center of Northwest Georgia (706-802-0580). The Center has individuals who will provide support and, if desired, will accompany victims of sexual assault to Floyd Medical Center or Redmond Regional Hospital and will stay with them while they receive medical treatment. 

Campus Mandatory Reporters

All Berry faculty and staff informed of an allegation of sexual misconduct involving a member of the Berry community are required to file a report.

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