Center for Survivor Empowerment
Center for Survivor Empowerment
Below are samples of statements faculty can use on their syllabi.

Sample 1:

Heidelberg University does not discriminate or tolerate discrimination on the basis of sex, gender, transgender status, gender identity, or gender expression in its educational, extracurricular, or athletic programs, or in any admission or employment decisions. Heidelberg is committed to promptly and equitably responding to all reports of sexual discrimination with the goal of eliminating the misconduct and/or harassment, preventing its recurrence, and addressing its effects on any individual or the community.

To report sexual misconduct (violence) or sexual harassment, students may contact the Title IX Coordinator, Margaret Rudolph, (419) 448-2111, mrudolph@heidelberg.edu or the Deputy Title IX Coordinator, Stacy Wheeler, (419) 448-2888, swheeler@heidelberg.edu.

To confidentially discuss sexual misconduct (violence) or sexual harassment, students may contact University Confidential Resources: Health & Counseling Center, (419) 448-2041; or Chaplain, (419) 448-2066. For more information, the University’s Sexual Discrimination Policy is available at https://www.heidelberg.edu/about/title-ix

Sample 2:

As a professor, one of my responsibilities is to help create a safe learning environment on our campus. I also have a mandatory reporting responsibility related to my role as a professor. It is my goal that you feel able to share information related to your life experiences in classroom discussions, in your written work, and in our one-on-one meetings. I will seek to keep information you share private to the greatest extent possible. However, I am required to share with the Title IX coordinator information regarding sexual misconduct or information about an incident that may have occurred while at Heidelberg University. Students may speak to someone confidentially by contacting our non-mandatory reporters: Campus Counselors and Campus Chaplain. Information on confidential resources can be found here: https://www.heidelberg.edu/about/title-ix.

Sample 3:

Heidelberg University seeks to provide an environment that is free of bias, discrimination, and harassment. If you have been the victim of harassment, discrimination or sexual misconduct, we encourage you to report this. If you inform me of an issue of harassment, discrimination, or sexual misconduct I will keep the information as private as I can, but I am required to bring it to the attention of the institution’s Title IX Coordinator. If you would like to talk to the Title IX Coordinator (Margaret Rudolph) directly, she can be reached in University Hall, Room 216, by phone at 419-448-2111 or mrudolph@heidelberg.edu. For more information, please refer to the Title IX webpage at https://www.heidelberg.edu/about/title-ix.

Contact Information

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419-448-2175

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