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Anyone who has experienced sexual misconduct or is aware of someone who may have experienced sexual misconduct is strongly encouraged to report such misconduct to WPI.

Whether or not you decide to pursue an official complaint under the Sexual Misconduct Policy or the Title IX Policy (as applicable), the Title IX Office can assist you in providing interim supportive measures, such as a no-contact order, academic support, and housing accommodations.  Please contact the Title IX Coordinator to discuss.

Reporting Options at WPI

In an Emergency: Call Campus Police at 508-831-5555, or 5555 from a campus phone, or use a blue light phone on campus.  Call 911 if you are off campus.

Reporting to the Title IX Coordinator or Deputy Title IX Coordinator: Reach out to the Title IX Coordinator or one of the Deputy Title IX Coordinators at any time in-person*, by mail, by telephone, or by e-mail.

Due to COVID-19, you will be required to make an appointment with the Title IX Coordinator or a Deputy Title IX Coordinator in advance.

Title IX Coordinator

Jonathan Stewart
100 Institute Road
Worcester, Massachusetts 01609
Office: Rm 234 Campus Center
508-831-6514
jstewartTitleIX@wpi.edu

 

 

Meet the Title IX Team

Reporting to a WPI Employee:  All WPI employees and supervisors who learn of a violation of the Sexual Misconduct Policy or the Title IX Policy should immediately report such information to the Title IX Coordinator or a Deputy Title IX Coordinator, except for Confidential Resource Advisors (CRAs) and other confidential resources at WPI.  Reports should be made as early as possible.

Reporting Anonymously: Report anonymously by using the form here.  WPI’s response to any anonymous report may be limited unless you include your contact information.  If you do not provide your contact information, WPI will not be able to contact you and you will remain anonymous.

Confidential Resources:  The following confidential resources are available to provide support and discuss your reporting options.  Confidential resources will not make reports to the Title IX Coordinator.

​​Reporting to Law Enforcement: You are not required to file a criminal complaint, but you may choose to do so in addition to reporting the sexual misconduct to WPI.  Criminal complaints are governed by applicable criminal statutes.  Please contact Campus Police if you are interested in filing a criminal complaint (508-831-5555 for emergencies; 508-831-5433 for non-emergencies) (508-831-5555 for emergencies; 508-831-5433 for non-emergencies).  In addition, there are many community resources that can also support you in the process of filing a criminal complaint. Pathways for Change and YWCA Daybreak both offer free services, including court advocacy.