WWCC Resources and Reporting Options for Persons Impacted by Illegal Discrimination or Harassment, Sexual Harassment, Sexual Assault, or other forms of Sexual Violence

In compliance with Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, WWCC does not discriminate on the basis of sex in employment or in its educational programs and activities.  It is WWCC’s goal to maintain an environment that is free from all forms of illegal harassment and discrimination, including bullying, hazing, sexual harassment, sexual violence, sexual coercion, rape and sexual assault.

Federal and State laws, as well as College policies, protect faculty, staff, and students against discrimination based on the following legally protected characteristics: Race, Color, Creed, Religion, National Origin, Sex (including pregnancy and parenting status), Age, Disability, Marital Status, Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity and Expression, Genetic Information and Veteran Status.

WWCC’s Complaint Procedure provides an administrative process (not legal or criminal) for prompt and equitable investigation and resolution of complaints alleging violations of civil rights laws, to include Title IX, unfair treatment based on any of the protected categories, bullying, hazing, sexual harassment, sexual violence, sexual coercion, rape or sexual assault.

Resources & Reporting Options

If you have experienced illegal discrimination or harassment, sexual harassment, sexual assault or sexual violence, you have resources and reporting options.  If an incident occurs to you or you know of an incident, please immediately contact at least one of the following people. If you are in immediate danger, call 911.

WWCC Title IX Coordinator

Sherry Hartford 509-527-4382

Main Building (D) Office 65

WWCC Confidential Counselors

Daryl Miller 509-527-4320

Caley Moyer 509-527-4320

Michelle Meyer 509-524-4791

Emma Carpenter (Clarkston) 509-758-1713

Main Building (D) Office 133G & 133F

Crisis/Hotlines

Walla Walla 509-529-9922

Dayton 509-382-9922

Lewiston/Clarkston YWCA Crisis Service 800-669-3176

Moscow/Pullman Alternatives to Violence of the Palouse 877-334-2887

National Sexual Assault Hotline: 1-800-656-HOPE (4673)

WWCC Title IX Deputy Coordinator

Jose da Silva 509-527-4300

Main Building (D) Office 64

WWCC Title IX Deputy Coordinator

Clarkston Campus

Chad Miltenberger 509-758-1711

Office 170 CLK

WW Police Dept. Domestic Violence Advocate

Chalese Rabidue 509-524-4400