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          Sexual Misconduct - Title IX

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          The University Title IX Co-Coordinators will be informed of, and oversee, all complaints of discrimination. Questions or concerns regarding the University’s procedures and Title IX may be directed to either one of the co-coordinators listed:


          Additional Title IX Investigators include:

          • Shehla Arif - Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering 
          • Bryan Boatright – Assistant Vice President for Academic Affairs-Academic Systems and University Registrar 
          • Andrew Boothe - Manager of Payroll and Compensation Analytics 
          • Laura Good - Assistant Director of Human Resources and Benefits Systems Manager 
          • Marci Muckleroy - Assistant Director of the Center for Student Success 
          • Matt Parnell - Director of Recreation and Wellness Services 
          • Sara Sherer - Director of Residence Life 
          • Sonia Wehrlin - Director and Assistant Professor of Athletic Training 

           
          Inquiries may be made externally to:

          Office of Civil Rights (OCR)
          U.S. Department of Education
          400 Maryland Avenue, SW
          Washington DC 20202-1100
          Customer Service Hotline: (800) 421-3481
          Fax: (202) 453-6012
          TDD: (877) 521-2172
          Email: OCR@ed.gov


          The University will make a good faith effort to successfully complete the grievance process for complaints of sex discrimination over a period of 60 days or less. The complaining party will receive periodic status updates on the progress of the complaint and any subsequent appeals.

          During the investigation and/or grievance process for complaints of sex discrimination, the University may take a number of interim actions in order to ensure the preservation of the educational experience and the overall environment of the party bringing the complaint. These actions may include but are not limited to imposing a no-contact order on the responding party; residence hall room change for one or more involved parties; changes in academic schedules or assignments for one or both parties, and interim suspension for the responding party.

          For more information with regard to University of Mount Union’s non-discrimination statement, policies pertaining to acts of intolerance, harassment and sexual misconduct, procedures for filing a grievance, as well as the Student Code of Conduct, and the university’s conduct process, and the university's civil rights equity process, you may refer to the Student Handbook. The civil rights equity process can be found here.

          Additionally, it is important for members of our campus community to understand that sexual misconduct occurs on a continuum. If permission has not been given or the individual does not want to engage in the sexual activity or is tricked, coerced or pressured into the behavior, it is sexual misconduct. It is also sexual misconduct when the sexual behavior occurs when a person is unable to give consent due to being under the influence of alcohol or other drugs.

          Finally, when a situation involving sexual misconduct has occurred, there are many decisions a person must make both immediately following and during her/his recovery from such a personal violation. The University of Mount Union provides services that can assist the student with this process; the Sexual Misconduct Responder Program is designed for this purpose. More information or a list of current responders, visit the Sexual Misconduct Responder Program page.

          Additionally, for study abroad students, please remember, laws may vary from country to country (and Title IX is a US law), so legal options available may vary as well. However, the Title IX Coordinator is always available to you whether here or abroad to provide you with assistance and resources should you need them. 

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