Sexual Assault Prevention and Response
Taylor University seeks to provide a safe, nurturing environment free from sexual harassment, assault, and any form of sexual violence. The biblical reality that all humans are created in God’s image and are, thus, of immeasurable value and worthy of respect and protection drives our efforts. Ensuring a safe environment free from sexual violence is essential to our commitment to foster spiritual and personal development in our students.
Taylor University takes discrimination and sexual violence very seriously. Any report or question regarding Title IX or the University’s policy, which prohibits discrimination, harassment, sexual misconduct, and relationship violence, should be directed to one of the Title IX officers listed below.
An individual making a report or complaint of sexual harassment against a student, employee, or other individual (including a third-party vendor or visitor) has several reporting options. A formal complaint or report of an allegation of sexual harassment, including sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence or stalking, can be made with the Title IX Coordinator in person, mail, or email.
Title IX Coordinator
Dean of Students
Boren Campus Center 221
A report can also be made with one of the following confidential resources listed below. A report made to one of these individuals will not be disclosed to the Title IX Coordinator without the individual's permission (except in certain limited circumstances, such as if there is concern the individual will cause serious physical harm to self or others or the information concerns conduct involving suspected abuse or neglect of a minor).
Taylor University Counseling Center
Boren Campus Center 250
Boren Campus Center 250
Head Volleyball Coach
Kesler Student Activities Center
Dean of the School of Natural and Applied Sciences
Euler Science Complex 106A
Dean of Student Engagement and Professor of Higher Education
Boren Campus Center 224
Chief of Police
Boren Campus Center 175
A Better Way 24-Hour Crisis Hotline (Muncie): 765-288-HELP (4357)
National Sexual Assault Hotline: 1-800-656-HOPE (4673)
Information and referrals for sexual assault and relational violence.
According to federal regulations for Title IX, trainings are required to be made publicly available. The PDFs below were conducted via the Taylor University Title IX Coordinator. The external links below were conducted through an outside resource and a login is required.
Policies, Presentations, & Trainings