Reporting An Incident

If you experience sexual harassment or misconduct or you are aware of an incident on campus you are encouraged to immediately report the incident by sending an email to or contacting one of the individuals or departments below.

*Please utilize the Title IX email instead of individual work email addresses for the individuals below.

Below is a table of Individuals or Departments to Report a Title IX Incidents. 

Name Building Phone Email

Drew Canham Title IX Coordinator

Administration Building Room 408 254-299-8645
Staci Taylor Title IX Deputy Coordinator Learning Technology Center Room 218 254-299-8363
Shawn Trochim Title IX Deputy Coordinator Math Building Room 109 254-299-8811
Campus Police Student Services Center 1st Floor 254-299-8911
Counseling Services

Wellness and Fitness Room 101



Report Anonymously

Any student or employee may report alleged sexual misconduct or harassment anonymously through Lighthouse Reporting.

What To Do If You Experience Sexual Harassment or Misconduct

If you experience alleged sexual harassment, misconduct, gender-based violence or the crimes of rape, acquaintance rape, sexual assault, stalking, dating violence or domestic violence, some or all of these safety suggestions may guide you after an incident has occurred:

1. Go to a safe place and speak with someone you trust. Tell this person what happened. If there is any immediate danger, contact McLennan’s Campus Police at 254-299-8911 if you are on campus or call 911 if you are off campus.

2. Consider securing immediate professional support (e.g.: counseling, victim advocacy, medical services, etc.) to assist you in the crisis.

3. If you are on campus during regular business hours, you may go to Counseling Services in the Wellness & Fitness building, room 101, for support and guidance.

4. For your safety and well-being, immediate medical attention is encouraged. Further, being examined as soon as possible is important in the case of rape or sexual assault. The hospital will arrange for a specific medical examination at no charge. To preserve evidence, it is recommended that you do not bathe, shower, douche, eat, drink, smoke, brush your teeth, urinate, defecate, or change clothes before receiving medical attention. Even if you have already taken any of these actions, you are still encouraged to have prompt medical care, and evidence may still be recoverable.

Typically, if police are involved or will be involved, they will obtain evidence from the scene, and it is best to leave things undisturbed until their arrival. They will gather bedding, linens, or unlaundered clothing and any other pertinent articles that may be used for evidence. It is best to allow police to secure items in evidence containers, but if you are involved in transmission of items of evidence, such as to the hospital, secure them in a clean paper bag or clean sheet, to avoid contamination.

If you have physical injuries, photograph, or have them photographed, with a date stamp on the photo. Record the names of any witnesses and their contact information. This information may be helpful to the proof of a crime, to obtain an order of protection, or to offer proof of a campus policy violation. Try to memorize details (physical description, names, license plate number, car description, etc.), or even better, write notes to remind you of details, if you have time and the ability to do so. If you obtain external orders of protection (e.g. restraining orders, injunctions, protection from abuse), please notify Campus Police (254-299-8860) or the campus Title IX Coordinator, Drew Canham, Chief of Staff for Equity and Inclusion, at or by phone at 254-299-8645.

5. Even after the immediate crisis has passed, consider seeking support from Counseling Services and/or the Advocacy Center in Waco at 254-752-7233 or 888-867-7233.

6. Contact Campus Police if you need assistance with college-related concerns, such as no-contact orders or other protective measures. Campus Police will also assist in any needed advocacy for students who wish to obtain protective or restraining orders from local authorities. The college is able to offer reasonable academic accommodations, changes to athletic's living arrangements, transportation accommodations, escorts, no-contact orders, counseling services access, and other resources.