Sexual Misconduct, Dating/Relationship Violence & Gender-based Discrimination
UW-Marshfield/Wood County is committed to providing a safe and inclusive learning and working environment. We prohibit gender-based discrimination or harassment (including sexual misconduct, sexual harassment, dating/relationship violence, and stalking), as outlined in our policy, and required by Title IX of the Educational Amendments Act of 1972.
Reporting a Concern
We encourage all members of our educational community to seek support for and report all sexual misconduct, relationship violence, and gender-based discrimination. The Reporting Options website describes the different avenues you have to share your concerns, including confidential reporting options.
There are campus and community-based resources to help you respond to or manage sexual misconduct, dating/relationship violence, or gender-based discrimination. Visit the UW Colleges and UW-Extension Title IX homepage for more detailed information about Title IX, or visit the Resources webpage for information on your local campus contacts, law enforcement, medical and health care, counseling, and related support.
Sexual Assault & Violence Education (SAVE)
UW Colleges is committed to reducing sexual assault, relationship violence, and stalking and harassment. The Sexual Assault & Violence Education (SAVE) program strives to meet the needs of victims and engage students in making informed decisions and healthy choices.