To talk about your options for reporting, support, and resources, contact the Title IX Office at 320-363-5943. Talking to the Title IX Office does not automatically activate a complaint process.
Use this online form to report sexual misconduct:
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Minnesota Criminal Law Definitions
Some of the conduct prohibited by the Title IX and Sexual Misconduct Policy of the College of Saint Benedict and Saint John’s University may be crimes. Links to relevant Minnesota criminal law definitions are provided below. The Minnesota criminal law citations are provided for informational purposes only.
See Minnesota Statutes Section 609.341et seq. for applicable criminal law definitions relating to sexual assault. Minnesota law prohibits criminal sexual conduct in the first through fifth degrees as set forth in Minnesota Statutes Sections 609.342-609.3451; criminal sexual conduct includes non-consensual sexual contact and non-consensual sexual penetration as those terms are defined in Minnesota Statutes Section 609.341.
See Minnesota Statutes Sections 518B.01; 2242for applicable criminal law definitions relating to dating violence. Minnesota law does not specifically define dating violence; however, Minnesota law prohibiting domestic abuse includes physical harm, bodily injury, or assault committed between persons involved in a significant romantic or sexual relationship.
See Minnesota Statutes Sections 518B.01; 2242for applicable criminal law definitions relating to domestic violence. Minnesota law prohibits domestic abuse committed against a family or household member by a family or householder member, as those terms are defined in Minnesota Statutes Section 518B.01.
See Minnesota Statutes Section 609.749for applicable criminal law definitions relating to stalking. Minnesota law prohibits stalking as defined in Minnesota Statutes Section 609.749.