Title IX Resources


Safety and Medical Resources

  • Salt Lake Police: 911 or 801.799.3000
  • Campus Patrol: 801.832.2525
  • Emergency Room: ERs will contact a sexual assault nurse examiner (SANE) to conduct a rape kit if you wish, and you will be provided an advocate.
  • Family Justice Center (YWCA)

*SANE nurse will conduct rape kit on-site.

If you are sexually assaulted

  • Seek medical care as soon as possible.
  • Do your best to preserve all physical evidence, even if you don’t know if you want to report the assault or press charges.
  • Do not shower, bathe, eat, brush your teeth, or wash your hands.
  • Make sure a rape kit is done within 5 days of the assault.

Confidential and Private Resources

Confidential Resources*

  • Student Counseling Center
  • Student Health Services
  • Rape Recovery Center
    • Location: 2035 South 1300 East
    • 24-hour crisis line*: 801.467.7273
  • National Sexual Assault Hotline: 800.656.4673
  • Statewide Crisis Line: 888.421.1100

*Confidential resources will not share information with others at the college without express permission unless required by law.

Private Resources**

**The victim advocate will only provide the nature, date, time, and location of the incident to the college. No identifying information will be released.

Reporting*

Director of Equal Opportunity and Title IX Coordinator, Mary Royal

Deputy Title IX Coordinator, Natalie Seely

Online

  • Report a Title IX incident
  • A report may be made anonymously. However, if a potential victim or respondent is named, the report will no longer be considered anonymous and will be acted upon accordingly.
  • The Title IX coordinator will ensure that you feel safe and know about resources, supportive measures, and your options. Note: there is no time limit for making a report or requesting an investigation.

*Making a report does not necessarily result in an investigation.

Supportive Measures*

  • Housing relocation
  • No-contact orders
  • Safety planning
  • Rescheduling an exam or extending assignment deadlines
  • Academic schedule changes
  • No-trespass orders
  • Changing work schedules, job assignment, or work locations
  • Limiting access to facilities, activities, or programs
  • Arranging for incompletes or withdrawal from a course or from campus without penalty
  • Alternate course-completion options
  • Leaves of absence
  • Referrals to community and national organizations and resources
  • Access to academic supports such as tutoring
  • Preserving eligibility for academic, athletic, or other scholarships; financial aid; internships; study abroad; or foreign-study visas

*Make a request for supportive measures to the Title IX coordinator for assistance with safety, your living situation, academics, or employment.

Prohibited Conduct

Westminster’s Title IX policy prohibits:

  • Sexual assault
  • Sexual harassment
  • Gender-based harassment
  • Gender-based discrimination
  • Sexual exploitation
  • Dating violence
  • Domestic violence
  • Stalking
  • Retaliation
  • Complicity
  • False reporting

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