Sexual Violence can happen to anyone of any race, age, sexual orientation, religion or gender. It can happen to couples who are married, living together or who are dating. It affects people of all socioeconomic backgrounds and education levels.
You can protect yourself by recognizing and avoiding abusive behavior such as:
Download Morton College's Sexual Misconduct Policy
A freely given agreement to the act of sexual penetration or sexual conduct in question.
Someone other than the victim who is present when an activity or situation is occurring in which a reasonable person feels as though some protective action is required to prevent. Bystanders, if active, can prevent harm or intervene before a situation gets worse.
Retaliation against anyone involved in an investigation is strictly prohibited. If you retaliate against anyone involved in an investigation, you will be subject to discipline. If you believe you have been mistreated or otherwise retaliated against because of your participation in an investigation, please inform the Coordinator immediately.
Director of Human Resources/Title IX CoordinatorRonald LulloBuilding B, Room 209(708) 656-8000Ext: #2298
Morton College Campus
Police DepartmentLeilani CappettaRoom 119 Building C
(708) 656-8000Ext. 2442 or 2200
Executive Director of OperationsFrank MarzulloRoom 101 Building D(708) 656-8000Ext. 2441
Counselor/Confidential AdvisorJennifer Iniquez
Building B, Room 106
Confidential AdvisorMarlene SotoBuilding B, Room 109(708) 656-8000Ext. 2249