Confidential Resources (These resources will not report to the college)
- Westminster Counseling Center, Shaw Center, Lower Level
- Lisa Jones, 801-832-2237
- Molly Butterworth, 801-832-2246
- Cory Shipp, 801-832-2273
- Westminster Student Health Services, Shaw Center, Lower Level, 801-832-2239
- Rape Recovery Center, 2035 South 1300 East, SLC, 801-467-7273 (24-hour crisis line)
- Family Justice Center (YWCA), 801-537-8600, 1-855-992-2752 (24-hour crisis line)
- Utah Sexual Assault and Rape Crisis Line, 1-888-421-1100
- National Sexual Assault Hotline, 1-800-656-4673 (24-hour crisis line)
Non-Confidential Resources (These resources have an obligation to report to the college)
- Title IX Coordinator, Jason Schwartz-Johnson, 801-832-2262
- Deputy Title IX Coordinators
- Julie Freestone, 801-832-2573
- Scott Gust, 801-832-2449
- Dean of Students Office, Shaw Center, 801-832-2230
- Spiritual Life, Shaw Center Lower Level, 801-832-2232
- Your RA or Residential Life Staff Member
- Faculty, Adjunct Faculty, and Full-time Staff
To Report Confidentially
If you are unsure you want to report prohibited conduct or know that you want to keep the incident confidential, we encourage you to contact the Counseling Center or off-campus mental health or rape crisis resources, including counselors or clergy, for additional support. The resources listed in the "Confidential Resources" section above will not disclose information you provide them to the college.
Reporting to the College
Westminster encourages anyone who has experienced or witnessed sexual assault, sexual or gender-based harassment, gender-based discrimination, sexual exploitation, or interpersonal violence (including dating violence, domestic violence, or stalking) to the college's Title IX Coordinator or a Deputy Title IX Coordinator (see the list below). You can also report to an RA or Residence Life staff member, faculty, or staff. All faculty and staff must report information disclosed to them to the Title IX Coordinator, and the college has a duty to respond to any report so that students, faculty, and staff know available resources and options. Information will be kept as private as possible; however, confidentiality cannot be guaranteed. If you want your information to remain confidential, you should talk with one of the resources listed above.
The Title IX Coordinators will also work with you to determine if the college needs to take any actions to ensure your safety and well-being. This could include possibly changing campus living arrangements, issuing no-contact orders, or changing work or class schedules. If a student is having difficulty going to class or keeping up with course work, the Dean of Students Office can contact faculty about this. They can do this without providing specific information about what happened.
Title IX Coordinator
Deputy Title IX Coordinators
You can also report an incident to the college through this form. Please note that this reporting is not confidential or anonymous if identifying information is given.
Anonymous reports to the college can be made through this form.