What You Need to Know
WPI employees (including faculty and staff) are obligated to report instances of sexual violence to the Title IX Coordinator Jonathan Stewart, Dean of Students Philip Clay, or to a deputy Title IX coordinator.
Confidential resources will provide support and discuss your reporting options. If you choose to file a report, they will refer you to the Dean of Students Office.
Student Development & Counseling Center
Student Health Services
Collegiate Religious Center
Pathways for Change Rape Crisis Center
Confidential Resource Advisors - see full list at www.wpi.edu/offices/title-ix.
Non-confidential resources are required to report incidences of sexual violence to the Title IX Coordinator. Reports will include your name and identifying information. Once a non-confidential resource is made aware of an incident, WPI is obligated to investigate and take steps to ensure the safety of the campus community.
Dean of Students Office
Additional non-confidential resources include Title IX Coordinator and Deputy Coordinators and coaches, faculty, staff, and project advisors.
Students Preventing Assault and Rape in our Community is a peer education program designed to prevent sexual assault, relationship violence, sexual harassment, and stalking.