If you believe you have encountered a situation where you have been a victim or observed someone being a victim of gender-based discrimination, sex harassment, relationship or sexual violence, there are various supports in place you can pursue.
If you want to talk to someone confidentially:
WSC Counseling Center, 402-375-7321
Wayne State College Counselors provide students free, confidential services and work hard to support you on your academic and personal journey. The office creates a safe environment for students to freely express their concerns and/or issues. Please note that talking to a counselor does NOT constitute filing a complaint or giving notice to the College on any Title IX related issue.
If you want to get in touch with law enforcement about a possible crime:
Local Law Enforcement
If you believe a Title IX related concern may be a crime and wish to talk to the police directly, you can contact the Wayne Police Department at 402-375-2626
If you want to discuss your options with the campus and consider filing a report with the College:
Title IX Coordinator
If you believe you are dealing with a Title IX issue and wish to discuss your options with a trained professional, you can contact the college's Title IX coordinator.
To contact the Title IX office, you can do the following:
By email: firstname.lastname@example.org
For any Title IX related concern, contact David McMahan (Title IX Coordinator), Assistant Dean of Students, Student Center 201D, 402-375-7213. The option to talk to a female Title IX professional is available by request.