Wabash College Non-Discrimination Policy
Wabash College, while exempted from Subpart C of Title IX regulation with respect to its admissions and recruitment activities, admits students and gives equal access to its scholarships, programs, and facilities without regard to race, color, sexual orientation, national or ethnic origin, or physical or other disabilities. Wabash is welcoming for all people who have relationships with the College.
Title IX Coordinator: Heather Thrush
Contact Information: firstname.lastname@example.org or 765-361-6437
Notice of Nondiscrimination
In accordance with Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, it is the policy of Wabash College that no Wabash student will be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination in any education program or activity on the basis of sex. A student may not, on the basis of sex, be limited in the enjoyment of any right, privilege, advantage or opportunity, including courses, extracurricular activities, benefits and facilities. This policy against sex discrimination includes a prohibition against sexual harassment, including sexual violence. Sexual harassment consists of sexual advances, sexual gestures, requests for sexual favors, or other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature that is unwelcome and that limits or denies, on the basis of sex, a student’s ability to participate in and benefit from the College’s education program. This policy prohibits sex discrimination by an employee or agent of the College, by another student, and by third parties who come into contact with students at College or at College-related activities. The accused harasser can be either male or female, and the target of the harassment can be either male or female. The accused harasser and target can be of the same gender. Title IX applies regardless of the accused harasser’s or target’s actual or perceived sexual orientation. Sex discrimination prohibited by this policy can include being harassed for failing to conform to stereotypical notions about how a person of the target’s gender should behave.