Sexual Misconduct Awareness & Education
The College encourages students to educate themselves about sexual misconduct and how to play an active role in ending it. The Health Education team offers educational programs regarding sexual misconduct to the community upon request, and support to students who have concerns regarding sexual misconduct.
All Wellesley College students are encouraged to compete Not Anymore, an interactive online education program that will provide you with information about sexual misconduct on college campuses and how to be an active bystander, as well as opportunities for personal reflection. Not Anymore will also provide you with helpful resources available to you at Wellesley College and in the community. The program takes less than 90 minutes to complete and can be accessed on the Not Anymore Program page.
Resources for Students Who Have Experienced Sexual Misconduct
There are many resources available to support students who have experienced sexual misconduct, both on-campus and in the surrounding community. See the Guide for Students Who Have Experienced Sexual Misconduct, or the One Page Abbreviated Sexual Misconduct Resource Handout.
Student Sexual Misconduct Policy
Wellesley College is committed to providing an environment that is free of sexual misconduct. Sexual misconduct is a form of sex discrimination that is prohibited under Title IX of the Education Amendment Act of 1972 and other laws. See the Student Handbook on the Dean of Students web page for the Student Sexual Misconduct Policy.