As a member of the Wellesley College Community you have the right:
- To be treated with respect and dignity.
- To be free from violence, force, threats, and abuse.
- To be free of any action that unduly interferes with your rights and learning environment.
- To be made aware of all medical, legal, and support options available.
- To have access to confidential support.
- To a prompt and fair resolution process.
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Director of Nondiscrimination Initiatives and Title IX Coordinator/504 Coordinator
Location: Schneider Center 214
The Director of Nondiscrimination Initiatives and Title IX Coordinator/504 Coordinator is available to provide information to students regarding the College’s Title IX program, including policies, investigation process, and interim and other remedies, and works with other on-campus resources as appropriate. The Title IX Coordinator is also available to work with off-campus resources and offices at other institutions of higher education. The Title IX Coordinator takes primary responsibility for assessment of effectiveness of the College’s Title IX program
Relationship with Students Policy
Faculty and staff are prohibited from engaging in sexual or romantic relationships with students. For questions, contact the Title IX Coordinator.
- Police and the Title IX Coordinator are non-confidential resources and will treat the information you give them with extreme sensitivity. In some cases, they may need to use the information to address a threat or maintain safety.
- If you report criminal activity on campus a specially trained Campus Police officer will respond and investigate and share the information with the Town of Wellesley Police because the College is within the jurisdiction of the Town.
- If you report criminal activity that occurred outside of Wellesley College, Campus Police will take a preliminary report documenting the basic facts and will be available to assist in working with the law enforcement department with jurisdiction.
Wellesley takes seriously its commitment to empowering students to end sexual misconduct. All students are encouraged to complete Not Anymore, an online education program that will provide you with information about sexual misconduct on college campuses and how to be an active bystander, as well as opportunities for personal reflection.
Title IX Hearings
Title IX hearing training provided by Grand River Solutions
Prevent Sexual Violence Together teaches employees how to recognize and report student sexual misconduct.
- Review the policy under Related Policies.
- Visit the EduRisk Learning Portal.
- If you have accessed this training before, log in. If not, click "Register" and complete the registration form.
- You will receive a welcome email with your username and a temporary password.
- Follow the link in the email to sign on.
- You will be prompted to create a new password.
- Once you are logged in, complete:
- Mosaic: Prevent Discrimination and Harassment Together (choose the Supervisor version if applicable); and
- Mosaic: Prevent Sexual Violence Together.
- Note: Pop-up blocker must be disabled for ue.blackboard.com. For technical difficulties, visit portalhelp.ue.org.
- A history of your completed courses is available in “My Completions.” You will also receive an email containing a link to your completion certificate, upon successful completion of the course.