Members of the college community are urged to report criminal activities or other emergencies on campus. Public Safety wants to help you protect yourself and your property. Public Safety can be reached at 651-631-5310 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
University of Northwestern’s students and employees have a right to an academic and employment environment which is free of all forms of sexual misconduct. Northwestern will not tolerate sexual misconduct, sex discrimination, sexual harassment, sexual assault and/or violence, domestic violence, dating violence, or stalking in any form. When such incidents occur, the personhood of the individual is dishonored, the University community is negatively impacted, and potentially state and Federal laws are violated. When such incidents occur and are reported, appropriate action will be taken.
University of Northwestern has adopted policies to maintain this standard (see Sexual Misconduct Policy). The University distributes this policy to every student, faculty and staff member annually. Students may obtain copies of this policy from the Office of Student Life during normal business hours. Employees may obtain copies of this policy by contacting the Office of Human Resources.
Any student or employee who believes that he or she has experienced sexual misconduct, or who has knowledge of sexual misconduct directed against another person, is strongly encouraged to make a report (see Sexual Misconduct Policy: Reporting Options, page 10 and Complaint Process, page 13).
If UNW becomes aware of sex discrimination, sexual harassment, or sexual violence, we will take:
Persons reporting sexual misconduct will be offered care, support, and discretion. Support, assistance, and counseling are available (see People Who Can Help). Counseling Services and Health Services provide confidential support and can be contacted during normal business hours. Survivors are encouraged to seek help by contacting any of the people listed in People Who Can Help.
Inquiries concerning sexual misconduct should be made to:
Title IX Coordinator
Human Resources Generalist
Riley Hall: R1605
651-631-5480 | TitleIX@unwsp.edu
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