Center for Survivor Empowerment
Center for Survivor Empowerment
YOU have options. Heidelberg University is here to help you.

If you have been a victim of...

  • Sexual assault
  • Sexual harrassment
  • Dating violence/domestic violence
  • Stalking
  • Sex- and gender- based discrimination

... We are here to help.

Heidelberg University is very concerned about incidents of gender-based or sexual misconduct, and acknowledges that while each person experiences and response in differing ways, there are a variety of formal and informal options for support. Please review the information pertaining to your options for support, assistance, and reporting so that you can make an informed decision based on your personal needs. Your needs may change over time, so please also know that you may choose to utilize different forms of response at times.

If you have experienced any act of sexual misconduct, our first concern is for your safety and well-being. Heidelberg offers on-campus resources to assist students who may have been affected by sexual violence or sexual misconduct. Additional services are available off-campus through the local community. Individuals are encouraged to utilize any and all on-campus and community resources that may be of assistance to them.

On-Campus Resources

Title IX Coordinator, Margaret Rudolph

Students are urged to report any incidents of sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, stalking or sexual harassment to the Title IX Coordinator or Deputy Title IX Coordinator.

Survivors have the following reporting options:

  • Pursue campus disciplinary charges
  • Pursue criminal charges
  • Pursue both campus and criminal charges
  • Report the incident but choose not to pursue charges.

University Hall, Room 216
(419) 448-2111 or mrudolph@heidelberg.edu

Deputy Title IX Coordinator, Stacy Wheeler, Director of Advancement Services

University Hall, Room 210

(419) 448-2888 or swheeler@heidelberg.edu

Office of Campus Safety & Security

The Office of Campus Safety & Security provides a safe and secure environment for all members of the Heidelberg University community. The department is staffed 24 hours a day all year round.

(419) 448-2211

Stoner Health & Counseling Center (Confidential Resource)

The Director of Stoner Health & Counseling Services is a certified nurse-practitioner that can provide non-emergency medical treatment. The nurse practitioner can also provide a referral and coordinate care with a referral to off-campus agencies.

The Health & Counseling Center also has 3 licensed counselors and 2 counselor trainees to provide trauma informed care. The counseling services on campus are free to all full-time students

(419) 448-2041| counseling@heidelberg.edu

Paul Sittason Stark, Chaplain & Director of Religious Life & Civic Engagment (Confidential Resource)

Chaplain Stark is a confidential resource available for emotional and spiritual services.

(419) 448-2066

Off-Campus Resources

Emergency Dispatch 911

Tiffin Police Department

51 E. Market St, Tiffin
419-447-2323

Firelands Counseling & Recovery Services

76 Ashwood Drive, Tiffin
419-448-9440

Mery Tiffin Hospital

45 St Lawrence Drive, Tiffin
419-455-7000

First Call for Help

The main objective of First Call for Help is to guide people to the information and appropriate services and where they can find the help they need.

201 South Washington St, Tiffin
419-448-4357

Seneca County Victim's Assistance Program

79 South Washington Street, Tiffin
419-448-5070

Contact Information

Ronee Rice

Aigler Alumni Building
Tiffin, OH 44883

419-448-2175

Our Team

Ronee Rice
Project Coordinator for the DOJ's Office on Violence Against Women Grant
Aigler Alumni Building 2175
419-448-2175
Ronee Rice