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Title IX FAQs
Q. WHAT IF I WAS SEXUALLY ASSAULTED LAST YEAR?
A. There is no time limit for reporting incidents of sexual assault, and there is certainly no time limit to reach out to someone for assistance in dealing with an assault. Its normal for victims to not want to come forward at first, so don’t feel as though if you haven’t come forward to talk about it that you can’t. You can openly discuss your rights and options with a Title IX Education Specialist, and if you would like to report the incident, you can report it to Title IX at any time.
Q. I HAVE SUGGESTIONS OR CONCERNS, WHO DO I CONTACT?
Please free to contact the Title IX Coordinator at WVU Potomac State College, Kara Anderson at 3 04-788-6910, or at KaAnderson@mail.wvu.edu, OR WVU Main/Morgantown Campus' Title IX Coordinator, James Goins, Jr. at 304-293-5600 or email@example.com .
If you would like to speak to someone anonymously, please contact the Title IX On-Call line at (304) 906-9930. Someone is available to take your call twenty-four hours a day.
Q. HOW DO I GET INVOLVED?
A.If you are interested in getting involved in shifting the culture on campus or educating other students about sexual assault, or if you are interested in being a part of WVU’s It's On Us campaign, contact:
Title IX Education Specialist
Office - (304) 293-5600
Q. WHO DO I CONTACT IF I HAVE QUESTIONS OR CONCERNS RELATED TO SEXUAL ASSAULT RESPONSE ON CAMPUS?
A. For questions or concerns related to the sexual assault response on campus, contact either the Title IX Coordinator, James Goins, Jr., at firstname.lastname@example.org, or one of the Title IX Education Specialists:
Title IX Coordinator / Morgantown Campus
James Goins, Jr. 304-293-5600 | email@example.com
Title IX Coordinator / Potomac State College Campus
Kara Anderson 304-788-6910 |