Welcome to the College's Title IX online reporting form. You may use this form to submit concerns regarding sexual harassment, sexual violence, gender-based discrimination or other sexual misconduct Reporting can be done anonymously. To review a copy
of the College’s Sexual Misconduct and Harassment policy, which includes information on reporting
and how reports are handled, click here. This information is also available on the Title IX webpage.
Reports made through this online reporting system go directly to the Title IX Office, and access to the report is limited to the Title IX staff. The Title IX Office reviews and looks into all reports of sexual misconduct or harassment, including anonymous
reports. Information provided in the online report will be used to determine how the College proceeds. Please be aware that the College’s ability to fully respond to an anonymous report may be impacted. The Title IX Office is located on the
Second Floor of Alfred Hall. Office hours are Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. You can reach the Title IX Office via email at
Confidential support and assistance can be obtained on-campus through the Saint Vincent Wellness Center (724-805-2115). The counselors in the Wellness Center are available for ongoing
counseling support. The Wellness Center is located in the Carey Center. Assistance can also be sought off campus through the
Blackburn Center, Westmoreland County’s domestic and sexual violence crisis center (toll free 1-888-832-2272). The Blackburn Center has numerous and wide-ranging resources available for victims
of sexual violence. All services are available to children, women and men. The 24-hour, 7-days-a-week number is answered by trained staff and volunteers, ready to provide free and confidential support as needed.
Public Safety officers are on duty 24/7 for emergency help in any situation. Victims can ask the Public Safety Office to help them report incidents of prohibited misconduct and secure any required assistance. Public Safety can be reached by dialing (724-805-2911).
In addition, victims of sexual violence are encouraged to file a criminal complaint with the Pennsylvania State Police. The Pennsylvania State Police can generally be on the scene responding to an emergency situation at the College within 15 minutes.
To contact the Pennsylvania State Police, dial 911 or 724-832-3288 (Greensburg Barracks).