Please explore these resources to learn more about consent, what it means to be a responsible employee, off-campus resources, and more! Additional Information What is Consent? Consent to engage in sexual activity must be informed, knowing and voluntary; consent must exist from the beginning to end of each instance of sexual activity and for each form of sexual contact. Am I a Responsible Employee? All Bryn Mawr employees (except for Confidential Resources*) are designated as “Responsible Employees” and therefore required to share a report of sexual misconduct with the Title IX Coordinator. Off-Campus Organizations Access key contact information for regional and national organizations that provide help to sexual assault and misconduct survivors. Sexual Assault Awareness NSVRC provides research & tools to those working to end sexual harassment, assault, and abuse. Training & Education Bryn Mawr College provides training using both internal and external resources. Information provided on this web page will be updated as needed. Title IX Title IX, signed by President Richard Nixon on June 23, 1972, prohibits discrimination based on sex in any federally funded educational program or activity.