Equity and Title IX Information for Wheaton College

Title IX and Equity

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Title IX Coordinators/Equity Officers

Wheaton College’s Title IX Coordinators/Equity Officers are responsible for implementing and monitoring Title IX Compliance on behalf of the College. This includes coordination of training, education, communications, and administration of the Complaint Resolution Procedures for the handling of suspected or alleged violations of the Policies.

The Title IX Coordinators and their contact information are as follows:

Director of Equity and Title IX Coordinator - Beth Maas

Deputy Title IX Coordinator & Equity Officer for Students - Carrie Williams

Deputy Title IX Coordinator & Equity Officer for Employees - Karen Tucker


January is National Stalking Awareness Month

Stalking: Know it. Name it. Stop it.

Wheaton is committed to establishing and maintaining a safe and healthy environment for all members of the community. An important part of this commitment is the provision of comprehensive sexual assault response and prevention resources.

Wheaton Stalking Awareness Statement 2023

Stalking: Know it. Name it. Stop it. 

January is National Stalking Awareness Month (NSAM). At Wheaton College, we take all forms of harassment very seriously and we are here to help if you are experiencing stalking or any other forms of harassment. Of the millions of men and women who are stalked every year in the United States, over half are under the age of 25, in fact, young people ages 18-24 experience the highest rates of stalking among adults.  Still, this crime is often misunderstood, minimized and/or ignored. 

Stalking is a pattern of behaviors directed at a specific person that causes fear. Many stalking victims experience being followed, approached and/or threatened – including through technology. Stalking may be terrifying and psychologically harmful; it can also be predictor of potentially lethal violence: 1 in 5 stalkers use weapons to threaten or harm victims, and stalking increased the risk of intimate partner homicide by three times.

While stalking is a serious issue that affects many people everywhere, it’s important to remember that no problem is too big to tackle with help. If you feel unsafe or unable to follow your normal daily activities (e.g., attend classes, etc.) because you are experiencing stalking behavior by another person, we invite you to file a report through the Title IX website.  The College can also provide you with confidential support regardless of whether you file a report with our office: the Wheaton Counseling Center, 630-752-5321 (for emotional support), the Chaplain’s Office at 630-752-5087 (for prayer and support), and Student Health Services at 630-752-5072. 

We all have a role to play in identifying stalking and supporting victims and survivors. Together, we can KNOW the signs of stalking, NAME it…a harmful crime; and STOP it from affecting our community.

If you believe you are in immediate danger, please contact Wheaton College Public Safety at 5911 or Wheaton Police Department by calling 911.

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Wheaton College complies with the following:

Wheaton's Nondiscrimination Policies