Title IX/VAWA/Clery Act Compliance
Rose State College's Commitment to End Sex Discrimination, Unlawful Harassment, and Sexual Violence
Rose State College is committed to ensuring the safety and security for all members of the Rose State College campus community. Rose State College condemns all forms of sexual misconduct, sexual harassment, and unlawful harassment in compliance with Title IX, The Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), and The Clery Act. Rose State College shall conduct investigations and disciplinary proceedings in a prompt, fair, and impartial manner for all sexual misconduct, gender discrimination, sex discrimination, unlawful harassment, and sexual violence complaints including: sexual assault; sexual harassment, domestic violence; dating violence; and stalking.
With limited exceptions, every College employee must report conduct that could constitute sexual misconduct/sex discrimination/unlawful harassment under this policy. Supervisors, managers and faculty members with administrative duties or student supervisory duties are responsible for taking all appropriate action to prevent sexual misconduct, sex discrimination and unlawful harassment, to correct such behavior when it occurs and must promptly report allegations of sexual misconduct, sex discrimination and/or unlawful harassment to the Human Resources/Affirmative Action Office, 6420 S.E. 15th Street, Midwest City, OK 73110, ADM Room 104, (405) 733-7979. Failure to do so may result in disciplinary action up to and including termination. Additionally, attorneys, clergy members, licensed counselors or physicians who are engaged in such capacity may keep such reports confidential as permitted by law.
Reporting sexual misconduct, sex discrimination and unlawful harassment to law
- If an individual believes they have been a victim of sexual misconduct, sex discrimination and/or unlawful harassment or witnessed an act of sexual misconduct, sex discrimination and/ or unlawful harassment (i.e.: Domestic Violence, Dating Violence, Stalking, Sexual Assault, and/or Sexual Harassment), they are encouraged to contact Midwest City Police Department (MWCPD) at 911 and/or the College’s Security Office located at 6420 S.E. 15th Street, Midwest City, OK 73110, SC Room 100 or by calling (405) 733-7313.
- For additional assistance regarding counseling and other outreach resources, please contact the Office of Special Services and Student Outreach located at 6420 S.E. 15th Street, Midwest City, OK 73110, LRC Room 106 or by calling (405) 733-7373.
- For guidance in reporting issues of sexual misconduct, sex discrimination and/or unlawful harassment please contact the Title IX Coordinator at the Office of Human Resources. The designated Title IX Coordinator for the College is the Senior Director, Human Resources/AAO and is located at 6420 S.E. 15th Street, Midwest City, OK 73110, ADM Room 104 or by calling (405) 733-7979
- An individual may also contact the Dean of Students and Deputy Title IX Coordinator for Students located at 6420 S.E. 15th Street, Midwest City, OK 73110, SSB Room 209 or by calling (405) 736-0355.
IF YOU SEE SOMETHING, SAY SOMETHING.
Prevention: Bystander Intervention
Rose State College seeks to promote the health, safety, security and wellbeing of all members of the College community. If an individual witnesses a violation of the Sexual Misconduct, Sex Discrimination and Unlawful Harassment Policy, or any behavior that may appear to be a violation of the policy, there are a range of options available including, but not limited to:
- For emergency situations, contact the Midwest City Police Department (MWCPD) by calling 911.
- For non-emergency situations, contact the Campus Security Office by calling (405) 733-7313.
- For information regarding nonviolent bystander intervention training and education, please contact Special Services and Student Outreach located at 6420 S.E. 15th Street, Midwest City, OK 73110, SSB Room 101 or by calling (405) 733-7373.
In compliance with federal law as required by Title IX, the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), and the Clery Act, Rose State College is required to provide all first time enrolled students with Sexual Misconduct training specifically pertaining to: sexual assault; sexual harassment; domestic violence; dating violence; and stalking.
On behalf of Rose State College, Workplace Answers will be delivering an email to all first time enrolled students at Rose State College informing them that they must complete the federally mandated online Sexual Misconduct training.
Students will be able to complete the training via a log-on as directed by Workplace Answers. Students will have the ability to log-in and log-out to the training as needed and save all completed work. The training should take approximately 45 to 50 minutes to complete.
Once the training is completed, students are required to either email a copy of the certificate of completion to the Dean of Students at email@example.com or print out a copy of the certificate and submit it to the Dean of Students in the Student Services Building, Room 209.
Students may contact the Dean of Students at (405) 736-0355 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org for questions or concerns regarding the mandated Title IX, VAWA, and the Clery Act training.
Campus Contacts for Reporting and Outreach
Midwest City Police Department - 911
Campus Security Office - (405) 733-7313
|Rose State College Title IX Coordinator||Deputy Title IX Coordinators||Campus Counseling Services|
|Campus Title IX Coordinator
Ms. Alberta Nutter
Senior Director, Human Resources/AAO
Administration Building, Room 104
|Deputy Title IX Coordinator for Students
Dr. Tommy D. Klepper, Jr.
Dean of Students
Student Services Building, Room 209
|Dr. Joanne Stafford
Director, Special Services and Student Outreach
Student Services Building, Room 101
|Deputy Title IX Coordinator for Community Members
Mr. Mike Templeman
Coordinator, Safety, Security and Risk Management
Student Center, Room 100
|Ms. Janet Griffith
Coordinator, Disability Services/Counselor
Student Services Building, Room 101
|Deputy Title IX Coordinator for Athletics
Mr. Joey DaVault
Executive Director, Athletic Programs
Fine Arts Building, Room 100F