It is the policy of Waynesburg University to make decisions in admission, employment,
and administration of its programs or activities without regard to race, color, sex, religion, national, ancestry or ethnic origin, age (over 40) or disability.
Waynesburg University does not discriminate on the basis of gender in the educational
programs or activities, which it operates, and is in compliance with Title IX of the Higher
Education Act of 1972. A student desiring specific information about these requirements or about the grievance procedure should contact Pat Bristor, Associate Dean for Student Services at 724-852-3315 or ext. 315.
In compliance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Waynesburg
University does not discriminate on the basis of handicap in admission or access to its
programs or activities. Waynesburg University intends to comply with Title III requirements and reasonable accommodations for student with disabilities. A student desiring specific information about these requirements or about the grievance procedure should contact Brian Carr, Director of Disabilities Services at 724-852-3317 or ext. 317.
Harassment based on race, color, sex, national or ethnic origin, age (over 40) or disability is prohibited by the University and by law. The University also endeavors to maintain learning and working environment that is free from such unlawful harassment. Waynesburg University is committed to maintaining an atmosphere where basic human rights and its purposes as a Christian and academic community are upheld. The University condemns unlawful harassment and will not tolerate behavior or practices which would be regarded as unlawful harassment. To help ensure an environment free from unlawful harassment, students are responsible for reporting incidents of harassment.
Educational programming on preventing on sexual harassment and assault is offered annually within the new student orientation program, as well as other programs within the residence halls, counseling center and peer educators throughout the year.
A description of the University’s Procedures for filing a complaint and disciplinary procedures in cases of sexual harassment or assault is available at the Student Services Office on the 3rd floor of the Stover Campus Center. Designated personnel available as a resource regarding alleged violations are the following:
Sexual Harassment/Assault Officers:
• Patricia Bristor, Associate Dean, Student Services, 724-852-3315
• Dana Baer, Dean of Undergraduate Studies, 724-852-3253
• Tom Helmick, Director of Human Resources, 724-852-3210