How to Make A Confidential Report
In cases in which the complainant chooses to keep his/her name, the name of the accused person, and other information confidential or decides not to file a formal complaint of sexual harassment against a student, faculty member, staff member, or other third party, the complainant should initially and exclusively report the matter to one of the individuals listed below.
- Bill Brown, Director of Counseling Services, 757.455.5730, email@example.com
- Crista Glover, Victim and Survivor Support Specialist, 757.455.3131, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Marie Porter, The University Chaplain, 757.455.3400
- Student Health Center Personnel, 757.455.3108.
Virginia Wesleyan University strongly supports and encourages prompt reporting of sexual harassment and equitable resolution. Reporting provides resources to complainants and contributes to keeping the campus safe.
If the accused or respondent is a non-student or non-University employee, you may still report the incident to University officials or law enforcement. Complaints should be filed with Campus Security or the University’s Title IX Coordinator.