Sexual violence on campus is a pressing problem across the county and in our local community. CONTACT’s Campus Advocate serves Marshall University (Huntington and Mid-Ohio Valley Center), Mountwest Community and Technical College, and any other institution of higher learning in Cabell, Wayne, Lincoln and Mason counties, working closely with faculty, staff and students to spread awareness and help ensure a learning environment free from sexual violence and stalking in accord with Federal Title IX legislation.
In addition to a variety of class presentations, CONTACT staff regularly collaborate with campus organizations on programs such as new student orientation, Take Back the Night, Walk A Mile In Her Shoes and RAINN Day; national month-long awareness campaigns focusing on Campus Safety (September), Domestic Violence (October), Stalking (January), Dating Violence (February) and Sexual Assault (April); plus job, health and resource fairs. For more information, contact our Campus Advocate directly, 304-523-3447, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Students who have been sexually assaulted have four reporting options:
Regardless of your decision to report, you are eligible for CONTACT’s free and confidential services and you may obtain medical care including a forensic medical examination.
Mountwest Community and Technical College Information
Counseling and Psychological Services 304-710-3361
Director of Public Safety, Paul Roach 304 710 3499
Mountwest Community and Technical College Sexual Violence Related Policies
Federal Title IX requirements and/or obligations [PDF download]
Mountwest’s student code of conduct [PDF download]
MCTC Catalogue with Student Code of Conduct [PDF download]
MCTC Sexual Misconduct and Domestic Violence Fact Sheet [PDF download]
Marshall University Information
Debra Hart, Director of Equity Services (Title IX Coordinator), office located in Old Main, 1st floor, 304 696 2597, email@example.com
Counseling Center, office located in Prichard Hall, 1st floor, 304 696 3111
James Terry, Director of Public Safety/MUPD, office located in the Public Safety building at 1801 5th Avenue, 304 696 4357, firstname.lastname@example.org
Marshall University Sexual Misconduct Policy [PDF Download]
Marshall University Student Handbook [PDF Download]
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CONTACT Rape Crisis Center does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, disability and age in the delivery of services.
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