Reporting Concerns to the College

To report concerns about possible Title IX Prohibited Conduct or other gender-based misconduct, complainants may file a report with the College and/or with law enforcement. See below for an explanation of both options:

Complaints that any Babson community member (students, student groups, faculty, staff, third parties, visitors, etc.), engaged in gender-based misconduct can be made to the College’s Title IX Coordinator:

Betsy Rauch, Title IX Coordinator
Horn Library, Office #329
231 Forest Street
Babson Park, MA 02457-0310

Complaints against students and student groups, may also be reported to:

Caitlin Capozzi, Dean of Students and Deputy Title IX Coordinator
Reynolds Campus Center, Suite 211

Complaints against faculty and staff, may also be reported to:

Kate O’Leary, Deputy Title IX Coordinator for Human Resources
Nichols Hall

The College strongly encourages prompt reporting of safety concerns or potential crimes to law enforcement. Reporting is best done as soon as possible after an incident, but it may be done at any time.

An individual may report an incident to law enforcement by contacting Babson College Public Safety at 781-239-5555. Babson Public Safety has full police powers and jurisdiction for matters that occur on campus. If an incident occurred off-campus, Babson Public Safety can assist a complainant with identifying the appropriate local law enforcement agency and with the filing of a report with that agency.

Following is a list of other law enforcement reporting options:

Law enforcement agencies, including Babson College Public Safety, are generally required to investigate reports of a criminal nature to the extent they are able. However, filing a complaint with law enforcement does not require the complainant to participate in a criminal process if the complainant chooses not to do so.

Anonymous Reporting

Anyone who has a concern about gender-based misconduct which potentially impacts the Babson community can anonymously report that concern to Babson’s Title IX Coordinator, and can do so without disclosing their name, identifying the respondent, or requesting any action. However, depending on the level of information provided to the Title IX Coordinator about the incident or the individuals involved, the College’s ability to respond to an anonymous report may be limited. Anonymous disclosures can be submitted online, or by emailing from any email address that does not contain their own personally identifying information, or by calling 781-239-5501 from a blocked number and withholding their name.