WCC does not discriminate on the basis of sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression. Transgender and students with non-conforming sexual identities are welcome to participate in any WCC educational program or activity.
Title IX protects all students including transgender and students with non-conforming sexual identities.
Title IX’s sex discrimination prohibition extends to claims of discrimination based on gender identity or failure to conform to stereotypical notions of masculinity or femininity and OCR accepts such complaints for investigation.
All WCC students are protected from sexual misconduct. Sexual misconduct includes but is not limited to sexual assault, sexual harassment, dating/domestic violence, and stalking. If you are a victim (complainant) of sexual misconduct – WCC strongly encourages you to report the situation.
The College offers at least one gender neutral restroom in every instructional building.
Victims of sexual assault and friends or relatives of victims are encouraged to review what to do after a sexual assault occurs.
The College recommends that you report any incident of sexual misconduct as soon as possible. Reporting options include:
Office: 2nd floor of the parking structure.
Telephone: 734-973-3411 (x3411 from an on campus telephone)
Public Safety staff can also assist if you wish to file a report with local law enforcement.
Dean of Students Office
Office: SC275 – check in at the Student Resources counter, 2nd floor of the Student Center Building
Email: [email protected]
Anonymous or Online Reporting
You can file a Report a Concern.
Title IX Coordinator
The EVP of Student and Academic Services is the College’s Title IX Coordinator.
Office: SC 247
If an individual wishes to file a complaint on how the College handled their situation, access the College’s Complaint and Grievance Procedures.