Campus Assault and Relationship Education (CARE)
A Guide for the Fordham University Community
This section of the student handbook website contains the content of the CARE brochure in a format for easy viewing from your computer or browser as well as a pdf version you can view and print. Click on the links to the left to visit the sections of the CARE brochure.
To download a PDF of the care brochure, please click here
Fordham University Policy on Sexual Offenses
Fordham University is committed to the development and support of its primary educational mission. The University will not tolerate sexual offenses such as rape, sexual abuse, sexual harassment, or other forms of non-consensual activity, including stalking, and/or domestic or dating violence. Fordham will take prompt and effective steps reasonably calculated to end the sexual violence, eliminate the hostile environment, prevent recurrence and, as appropriate, remedy its effects.
Fordham University supports this policy through educational prevention, counseling, and medical support services. Educational programs include, but are not limited to, campuswide distribution of the CARE brochure; online training for new students; new student orientation programs related to sexual violence; CARE core program for new students; peer education workshops on topics that include the nature of sexual offenses and dating violence, keys to prevention, and coping with the aftermath of an assault; public safety presentations; residential life presentations; rape awareness programs; individual and group counseling; and other support services.
Fordham University responds to all sexual offense, stalking, and/or domestic or dating violence incidents with a trained response team that includes public safety, the dean of students, the Title IX coordinator, residential life, health services, counseling services, and off-campus resources as needed.
Fordham University will enforce this policy on sexual offenses through internal student conduct procedures that are fair, prompt, and impartial. Student conduct cases will be handled by the respective dean of students on each campus who receives annual Title IX and sexual misconduct training.