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
- Student Counseling Center
- Location: Shaw, Lower Level
- Phone: 801.832.2465
- Student Health Services
- Location: Shaw, Lower Level
- Phone: 801.832.2239
- 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.
- Victim advocate
- Schedule an appointment: email@example.com
**The victim advocate will only provide the nature, date, time, and location of the incident to the college. No identifying information will be released.
Director of Equal Opportunity and Title IX Coordinator, Mary Royal
Deputy Title IX Coordinator, Natalie Seely
- 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.
- 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.
Westminster's Title IX policy prohibits:
- Sexual assault
- Sexual harassment
- Gender-based harassment
- Gender-based discrimination
- Sexual exploitation
- Dating violence
- Domestic violence
- False reporting