• Seek counseling, health, mental health, victim advocacy, legal assistance and other services available on and off campus. Sexual harassment or sexual violence can also be reported to the college’s or to a Responsible Employee.A college representative from the Office of Campus Police and Security Department or the Counseling Services Department will guide the victim through the available options and support the victim in his or her decision.These responsibilities include coordinating any investigations of complaints received pursuant to Title IX and the implementing regulations.• for students: Director of Counseling Services, Wayne Learning Center, Room 183, [email protected], 919-739-67105, and • for employees: Director of Human Resources, Dogwood Building, Room 144, [email protected], 919-739-7015.Counseling options are available from the college’s Counseling Services Department.Counseling and support services outside the College system can be obtained through the Wayne Uplift Resource Center (919-736-1313) and other organizations listed below.College disciplinary proceedings are detailed in the Student Handbook.
Any who engages in any form of unlawful harassment will be disciplined.The Goldsboro Police Department or the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office will be notified as well as a representative from the Counseling Services Department. • Contact a Campus Security Authority • Director of Counseling Services: 919-739-6710, WLC-183 • Associate Vice-President for Academics and Student Services: 919-739- 6825, WLC-107 • Director of Human Resources: 919-739-7015, DOG-144 • Student Activities Coordinator: 919-739-6740, WLC-145 • Coordinator, SJAFB Programs: 919-739-6765, SJAFB Education Center • Basic Skills Director: 919-739-6903, WAL-228 • Basic Skills Admissions/Assessment Coordinator: 919-739-6917, WAL-207 • Wayne Early Middle College High School Principal: 919-739-7073, HOC- 232A • Wayne Early Middle College High School Counselor: 919-739-7072, HOC- 231.• Make a student Code of Conduct charge to a College Disciplinary Review Committee.Clery Act Wayne Community College complies with the provisions of the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act.Crimes committed on the College’s campus or facilities controlled by the College are reported to the Campus Police and Security Department and Campus Security Authorities.These crimes should be reported directly to a Campus Police and Security Officer, any Campus Security Authority and/or to a College Counselor.Filing a police report with a Campus Police Officer will not obligate the victim to prosecute, nor will it subject the victim to scrutiny or judgmental opinions from officers.Wayne Community College complies with the Higher Education Opportunity Act requirement that it disclose campus crime statistics and security information. Department of Education and are published for the campus community.That information is collected, classified, and counted and is available for public inspection in the WCC Campus Police and Security Department. The latest Campus Safety and Security Report is distributed to current students and employees, is made available to potential students and empleoyees, and is posted on the college website.Student victims may request to change their academic situation after an alleged sexual assault, if such changes are reasonably available.● Accuser and accused have the same opportunity to have others/an advisor of their choice present during disciplinary hearings and any related meetings.