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If you have experienced sexual discrimination or violence, you should notify a Northwestern College employee (immediately in the case of sexual assault).
You can tell any faculty or staff member—including your RD—and she or he will then notify the college's Title IX coordinator or an investigator that an incident has been reported.
With emergency phones and a multitude of security cameras throughout housing, parking lots, the student center and each building, we are able to keep an eye on the entire campus and respond quickly.
Title IX / Violence Against Women's Act (VAWA) covers a great deal regarding gender discrimination, sexual harassment, sexual assault, dating and domestic violence, stalking, and other gender-related crimes.
Sex discrimination is contrary to the standards of our college community as it violates an individual’s rights and dignity as a person made in the image of God.
Northwestern College takes reports of sexual discrimination or assault very seriously and will work with all parties to ensure their safety and to investigate and adjudicate the situation.
It’s best if you don’t change your clothes, but if you do, the clothes you were wearing should be brought to the ER in a paper bag (not plastic).
If you suspect you have been drugged, either refrain from urinating or urinate in a clean container and bring it with you to the ER.
The investigator will also listen to your recollection of the incident and help you determine if law enforcement should be involved and if there are any protective measures—such as no contact or restraining orders—that need to be taken during the investigation.
The investigative team is your resource; their actions and investigation will be pursued in consult with you.
Also upon request, the campus authorities may notify and seek assistance from local law enforcement.