Mandatory Reporting: Under EWU policy 402-01, as an employee you are a mandated reporter involving any information you are made aware of related to sexual misconduct regardless of whether the person subjected to the sexual misconduct wants to file a complaint. As such, you are required to notify the Title IX Coordinator within 24 hours. You may notify the Title IX Coordinator telephonically (509-359-2021) or by email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Self-Reporting: If as an employee you have been subjected to sexual misconduct you are not required to self-report. However, you are encouraged to report any incidents involving sexual misconduct so that EWU may promptly respond, stop the alleged misconduct and offer you resources.
Reporting Options: Individuals (Complainants) subjected to sexual misconduct may report criminally with law enforcement, administratively with EWU or both. Complainants may also elect to file a complaint anonymously. However, anonymous reports may prevent EWU from conducting an investigation. Complainants desirous of filing a complaint alleging sexual misconduct may file a complaint in person, online, via email, or anonymously. Please refer them to the Title IX Coordinator, listed reporting options, or the complaint reporting link on this page.
Reporting Options Contact Information:
Dean of Students - 509-359-7924 or DOS@ewu.edu
Office of Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action - 509-359-2021 or email@example.com
Title IX Coordinator - 509-359-6724 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Student Support & Advocacy - 509-359-7924 or email@example.com
EWU Police - 509-359-7676
Cheney Police - 509-535-9233
Confidential Resources: Complainants who wish to speak to someone in confidence about their reporting options before deciding whether they want to file a criminal or administrative complaint should be directed to or use the confidential resources listed below. Confidential resources are not mandated reporters of sexual misconduct and will not report to the Title IX Coordinator or law enforcement.
Confidential Resources Contact Information:
Sexual Assault & Family Trauma (Advocates available to guide complainants subjected to sexual misconduct or any crime through criminal or university process 24 hours a day) - 509-747-8224
YWCA Intimate Partner Violence / Relationship Violence (Advocates available to guide complainants subjected to intimate partner violence through the criminal or university process 24 hours a day) - 509-326-2255
First Call for Help - Suicide & Mental Health (Provides crisis intervention and community services information 24 hours a day) - 509-838-4428
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) - Counselors available to any EWU student. Cheney campus - 509-359-2366 Spokane campus - 509-838-1398
Employee Assistance Program (EAP) - Counselors and legal consultants available to all Washington State Employees - 360-407-9490
For additional information regarding Title IX reporting, resources and rights visit www.ewu.edu/titleix