- TITLE IX at MHU
- Confidential & Non-confidential Reporters
Confidential & Non-confidential Reporters
NON-CONFIDENTIAL REPORTERS include all faculty and staff who are not listed as confidential reporters. Non-confidential reporters are required to report any and all Title IX related incidents to the Title IX Office. Resident Assistants are also non-confidential reporters and must report any and all Title IX related incidents to the Title IX Office.
CONFIDENTIAL REPORTERS are trained professionals who can provide confidential support. These individuals are not required by the University to report any information to the Title IX Coordinator without your permission, though they may have certain reporting requirements pursuant to their own professional licensure requirements or code of ethics. You may also speak to one of the confidential resources on campus:
- University Wellness Center, Renee
Sprinkle and Shelia Metcalf 828-689-1243
- Counseling Center, Phillip Brantley and Noreal Armstrong 828-689-1196; Judith Harris 828-1410; or firstname.lastname@example.org
- Pastoral Counseling, Stephanie McLeskey 828-689-1299 or 828-689-1664
IN THE EVENT OF AN EMERGENCY please contact Campus Security at 828-689-1230 or dial 911.
- University Wellness Center, Renee Sprinkle and Shelia Metcalf 828-689-1243
- Notifying the Title IX Office
Notifying the Title IX OfficePlease notify the Title IX Office as soon as possible of any Title IX related incident. You may notify the Title IX Office using the Anonymous Reporting option, or by emailing the Title IX Coordinator, Jennie Matthews, at email@example.com. The Title IX Office is located in the Nash Education Building, room 209. You are welcome to visit the office Monday-Friday from 8am - 5pm.
- MHU Policy
- Accessing SafeColleges Student Training
Accessing SafeColleges Student Training
This activity is required annually for all MHU students.
Students will receive an email from Vector Solutions (SafeColleges) with a link and login information prior to the start of the academic year (usually early August) for completion prior to reporting to campus.
NCAA regulations require ALL student-athletes to complete annual Title IX training.
To access training, please follow the link below - enter your MHU username (not your email address) - no password is required. Your homepage will tell you which course(s) you need to complete and when the deadline date for completion.
Any questions should be directed to Jennie Matthews, Title IX Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 828-689-1197.
- FYS 111 Student Resources
FYS 111 Student Resources
- FYS 111 Instructor Resources
FYS 111 Instructor Resources
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