EWU is dedicated to providing a campus community free from sexual harassment and sexual violence
Title IX is an Education Amendment (federal law) established in 1972 that requires any educational campus that receives financial assistance from the government to provide a campus free from gender discrimination. The following conduct is a form of gender discrimination and therefore covered under Title IX: sexual harassment or violence (including sexual assault, dating or domestic violence, gender-based harassment, and stalking). If you feel you have been subjected to the aforementioned conduct please report it.
You may or may not want to report the incident, and there are options for doing this. The decision is up to you. Either way, we encourage you to take advantage of services on or off campus.
Reporting options and Resources
If you are (or someone you are with is) in immediate danger or feel unsafe, call 9‑1‑1. We provide options to report and/or receive help from a variety of sources.
There are many resources available to you, both on campus and in the community. Learn about support from the university, law enforcement, and community agencies.