The Legislation requires colleges and universities to keep a victim’s identity and personal information as private as possible if they report a sexual assault. In addition, universities must provide primary prevention and awareness education related to sexual assault, sexual harassment, stalking and intimate partner violence for all students. While WCSU has always followed these principles regarding these incidents, the new legislation ensures that students will be fully supported.
University Anonymous Incident Reporting System
BOR/CSCU Policy on Sexual Misconduct Reporting, Support Services and Processes Policy
Campus Resource Team (CaRRT) Membership
Clothesline Project Initiatives
CSCU Student Code of Conduct
2018-19 Letter from Vice President Keith Betts re: Not Anymore to New Students
Link/Access Point to the Not Anymore/Title IX Online Training Portal
Options for reporting an incident
Sexual Misconduct Campaigns*
SPARC Stalking Awareness Resource(s)*
CaRRT Phone Numbers
2017-18 University CaRRT/CaRRT Past Sponsored Events
Upcoming 2018-19 University CaRRT (or CaRRT sponsored) events (to be posted on or after February 1, 2019)
*Note: These listed resources are meant to offer useful information about external university services and/or guidance. WCSU is about promoting positive mental health and wellness. As a university community, we understand that the success of students hinge on providing competent, collaborative, and committed resources. Our staff and/or counselors at the Counseling Center, Office of Health Services, CHOICES and/or the Women’s Center for Greater Danbury are equipped with the knowledge, attitudes and skills to meet the regional needs of students across the campus.
WCSU Brochures, Handouts and Links
CaRRT Announcement: Victim Bill of Rights
CaRRT Brochure: What to do if this happens? (PDF) (updated 2.05.2019)
CaRRT Brochure: WCSU Campus/Personal Safety Plan (PDF)
CaRRT Link: How can I help stop sexual assault and interpersonal violence at WCSU?
CaRRT Link: What can you do if an incident happens?
CaRRT Handout: Flow Chart on SEXUAL ASSAUL, HARASSMENT, IPV, and STALKING Reporting Options
CaRRT Handout: GUIDELINES – Interpersonal Violence Procedure
Note: Printed copies are also available at the WCSU Office of Diversity and Equity, Women’s Center (Satellite Office – White Hall, Room 003), Counseling Center, CHOICES & WCSU Police Department.
Find more information on the Title IX webpage.