Title IX States That:
No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance.
CCSNH and its colleges are committed to creating and maintaining a positive and productive learning environment. In furtherance of this objective, CCSNH prohibits discrimination in the administration of its education programs and activities based on sex including conduct that constitutes sexual harassment or other forms of sexual misconduct, as described below. CCSNH also prohibits retaliation against anyone who is involved in making or reporting of a complaint, or in the investigation or hearing of a formal complaint of sexual misconduct/sexual harassment.
Inquiries Regarding Title IX May Be Directed To:
Dr. Mark Desmarais, Title IX Coordinator
Vice President of Student Affairs
Human Resources Officer
Inquiries may also be directed to:
Office for Civil Rights
US Department of Education
5 Post Office Square
Boston, MA 02109-3921
FAX (617) 289-0150
WMCC Security Supervisor
Main Entrance in Berlin
Room 127 in Berlin
KEPRO Student Assistance Program
www.EAPHelplink.com, company code: CCSNH
KGA Employee Assistance Program
email@example.com, company code: CCSNH
Off Campus Resources:
Berlin Police Department: 603-752-3131
Littleton Police Department: 603-444-7711
Conway Police Department: 603-356-5715
Berlin and Littleton: Response
24-Hour Response Hotline: 1-866-662-4220
Conway: Starting Point
24 Hour Crisis Line: 1-800-336-3795
uSafeUS app was designed for students to keep resources on hand and help keep you and your loved ones safe. uSafeUS is Free for download.
WMCC does not tolerate sexual misconduct of any kind. If you experience sexual misconduct, including stalking, rape, sexual harassment, and dating or domestic violence, the resources on this page can help you.
Dial 9-1-1 for emergencies.
RSA 188H: Sexual Misconduct Climate Survey:
In February/March 2022, a sexual misconduct climate survey with a series of standard base questions was distributed to all undergraduate and graduate students in the state of New Hampshire as a required component of a new state law aimed at addressing campus sexual misconduct. WMCC’s results can be found here.
When reviewing the summary findings, please note that the definition of sexual misconduct as it relates to this survey is quite broad, so it is important to read the survey questions and responses in their entirety and note the total number of people who answered a specific question to best understand the results. The results will be an important component in our campus’s ongoing work to prevent and respond to all forms of sexual misconduct and interpersonal violence.
Statewide data on the sexual misconduct survey can be found here.
North country locations
Sexual Harassment Education: Awareness, Prevention, and Response
WMCC is committed to providing current and up to date training for all members of its community that are involved in the implementation of our reporting and grievance process.
WMCC’s Title IX Coordinator and college leadership participated in training on the new CCSNH policy and Title IX process in July 2021. The training was conducted by Drummond Woodsum Attorneys at Law.
Key members of WMCC participated in extensive training through D. Stafford & Associates on Title IX and how to conduct a Title IX investigation in February 2020. These members include the Vice President for Student Affairs & Title IX Coordinator, President, Vice President of Academic Affairs, Human Resources Officer, Director of Academic Centers, and Campus Security Supervisor, who conducts our investigations. These members undergo recertification training yearly through D. Stafford & Associates.
Due to proprietary ownership of the training by D. Stafford & Associates, a copy of the training is currently not available. Questions regarding the training may be directed to the Title IX Coordinator.