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Resources Available on and off Campus

  • Harassment, Discrimination, Retaliation Complaint, and Resource Information

    If you are a student or employee at Western New England University and have been the victim of sexual harassment, sexual violence or other gender-based harassment, it is important that you read the following information. Although not intended to be a comprehensive explanation of your options and rights, this information may be useful to you.

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  • Emergency Information and Resources

    There are a variety of emergency resources available if you or someone you know has experienced sexual assault or other forms of sexual discrimination at Western New England University.

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  • Counseling Services

    At the Office of Counseling Services, caring, licensed professionals provide confidential help to students with personal, social, and educational concerns.

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  • Department of Public Safety

    The Department of Public Safety is committed to providing the highest level of professional police and public safety services to foster a safe learning and working environment for all.

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  • Title IX: Know Your Rights

    Sexualized violence and misconduct are behaviors not tolerated at Western New England University. If you or someone you know has experienced any form of sexual discrimination at Western New England, you are encouraged to report the incident and seek assistance.

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  • Role of the Advisor

    It is important to understand the role advisors play in Title IX proceedings. Either the Complainant or Respondent in a Title IX proceeding may seek assistance from an advisor of the student's choice.

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  • Administrative Educational Review Process

    When the Title IX Coordinator is informed of a potential Title IX violation, the Title IX Coordinator will contact the Complainant and Respondent for an interview and statements about the alleged violation. There are three potential avenues for resolution.

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