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Title IX (sexual assault, dating & domestic violence, stalking; sexual harassment; gender discrimination)

 

Immediate Assistance


If you or someone you know is the victim of sexual harassment, sexual violence/assault, or domestic violence/intimate partner violence, please reach out to one of the resources below for immediate assistance. IF THIS IS AN EMERGENCY CALL 911.

Title IX Coordinator

Gina Vance
Vice President of Student Affairs/Dean of Students
319 S. Market Street, New Wilmington PA 16172
McKelvey Campus Center, Suite 341
(724) 946-7114; vancegm@westminster.edu

Victim Advocacy

Victims of sexual, dating, domestic violence and stalking are urged to consult confidentially with a victim advocate at the Crisis Shelter of Lawrence County for an individualized risk assessment, safety planning and exploration of options. The advocate will help pursue any reporting options you choose, as safely as possible. They can further serve as an advocate through the College’s grievance proceedings.

Crisis Shelter of Lawrence County
1218 W. State Street, New Castle PA 16101
(724) 652-9036; info@crisisshelter.org

College Counselors at the Wellness Center

The Westminster College Counselors can also provide individualized risk assessment, safety planning, and exploration of reporting options.

Sarah Gellman & Melinda Wise
319 S. Market Street, New Wilmington PA 16172
Wellness Center
(724) 946-7927; gellmasm@westminster.edu or wisemj@westmisnter.edu

Public Safety

Westminster College Public Safety is dedicated to providing a safe environment for the Westminster community and can assist victims seeking immediate assistance.

319 S. Market Street, New Wilmington, PA 16172
McKelvey Campus Center, Second Floor
Emergencies: (724) 946-7777
Non-emergencies: (724) 946-6216; mbaerioc@westminster.edu

New Wilmington Police Department

134 High Street, New Wilmington, PA 16142
Emergencies: 911
Non-emergencies: (724) 946-8111; info@nwboro.com