In 2015, WMU changed way to report sexual assualt so that students and faculty members may give the intimate details of the event in a one-on-one interview with a Title IX employee as opposed to in front of a panel of their peers.
Experienced sexual misconduct
Taken advantage of while incapacitated
Didn't use WMU procedures to report the incident
Females that said sexual misconduct was a problem
Taken from 2016 survey of 2,024 WMU students (12% of student population). Majority of participants were heterosexual (86 %), white (84%), and female (63%).
Reporting Sexual Misconduct
Any University student, employee or third party who seeks to make a complaint or report may do one or more of the following.