Title IX Coordinator
E-mail - firstname.lastname@example.org
Telephone Number - (580) 327-8415
Office Location - Alva - Ryerson Hall Room 113
Taylor Wilson, L.P.C.
Director of Counseling & Career Services
E-mail - email@example.com
Telephone Number - (580) 327-8547
Office Location - Alva - Ryerson Hall Room 209
Online Reporting Form-
The Civil Rights & Title IX Process is distinct from any criminal investigation and flows from the university's obligation under Title IX and other equity laws to ensure it is providing a safe and nondiscriminatory environment. University action will not be precluded on the grounds that civil or criminal charges involving the same incident have or have not been filed or that charges have been dismissed or reduced. If a complainant wishes to pursue criminal processes only and wants to waive any University response to the situation, they should make that request to the Title IX Coordinator, and such requests will usually be respected unless the university must act independently to preserve the safety of the NWOSU campus community from a threat or future violation of policy.
NWOSU prohibits sexual misconduct in any form. Sexual misconduct can occur between persons of the same or different sex/gender. Sexual misconduct is a broad term encompassing any unwelcome behavior of a sexual nature that is committed without consent or by force, intimidations, coercion, or manipulation.
NWOSU must respond when sexual harassment occurs in the school's education program or activity, against a person in the United States. Education programs or activities on-campus and off-campus locations, events, or circumstances over which NWOSU exercised substantial control over both the respondent and the context in which the sexual harassment occurred, and also includes any building owned or controlled by a student organization that is officially recognized by NWOSU.
NWOSU may address sexual harassment affecting its students or employees that falls outside Title IX jurisdiction in any manner the school chooses, including providing supportive measures or pursuing discipline.
Title IX Reporting Options
If you, or someone you know is imminent danger to themselves or danger to someone else, immediately call 911
NWOSU provides an electronic form for reporting to the Title IX Coordinator. To access the electronic reporting form navigate to
Title IX Coordinator
Title IX Coordinator: Calleb Mosburg
Office Location: Alva Campus- Ryerson Hall Room 113
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: (580) 327-8415
NWOSU provides an electronic form for anonymous reporting to the Title IX Coordinator. Anonymous reporting may inherently limit the scope of the investigation. To access the electronic reporting form navigate to
NWOSU strongly encourages individuals to report any instance of sexual violence to the police. The criminalinvestigation, should the complainant choose to pursue criminal prosecution, will be conducted by law
To file an offical police report, please contact Campus Police or your local law enforcement agency.
Alva Campus Police: (580) 327-8511
Enid Campus: (580) 213-3130
Woodward Campus Police: (580) 327-8511
To access further information about reporting options please view NWOSU Title IX Handbook.
Title IX Definitions
PROHIBITED CONDUCT UNDER TITLE IX
TITLE IX DEFINITIONS
Notice of sexual harassment or allegations of sexual harassment to NWOSU's Title IX Coordinator
The individual who is alleged to be the victim of any prohibited conduct under this policy.
Effective consent is informed, freely and actively given, using mutually understandable words or actions that indicate a willingness to participate in mutually agreed upon sexual activity. Initiators of sexual activity are responsible for obtaining effective consent. Silence or passivity is not effective consent. The use of intimidation, coercion, threats, force, or violence negates any consent obtained. Consent is not effective if obtained from an individual who is incapable of giving consent due to lack of consciousness, age, mental disability, or incapacitation due to the use of drugs or alcohol.
A document filed by a complainant or signed by the Title IX Coordinator alleging sexual harassment against a respondent and requesting NWOSU to investigate the allegation of sexual harassment.
Occurs when an individual is incapable, whether temporarily or permanently, of appraising or controlling their conduct due to the influence of drugs or alcohol, unconsciousness, being asleep, or for any other reason that makes the individual physically or verbally unable to communicate willingness to act.
Preponderance of Evidence
Under this standard, the burden of proof is met when the party with the burden convinces the Decision Maker there is a greater than 50% chance that the allegation is true.
NWOSU employee who has the duty to report information related to incidents reasonably believed to be violations of this policy to the Title IX Coordinator.
An individual who has been reported to be the perpetrator of conduct that could constitute sexual harassment.
Non-disciplinary, non-punitive individualized services offered as appropriate, as reasonably available, and without fee or charge to the complainant or the respondent before or after the filing of a formal complaint or where no formal complaint has been filed.
Title IX Coordinator
NWOSU's Title IX Coordinator is available to advise any individual, including a complainant, respondent, or a third party, about the courses of action available at NWOSU, both informally and formally. Title IX Coordinator is responsible for the oversight of the investigation and resolution of all reports of gender-based discrimination, sexual harassment, sexual violence, stalking, and domestic and dating violence involving students and employees. The Title IX Coordinator is responsible for monitoring compliance with all procedural requirements, record-keeping, and timeframes outlined in this policy, as well as overseeing training, prevention, and education efforts.
Title IX Training
Title IX Trainings for Campus Community
Title IX Coordinator, Decision Maker & Investigator Trainings
Investigation Process (Powerpoint)
Training Requirements (Powerpoint)
Title IX Prevention Training (Webpage)