Your Information
Wilson College is committed to addressing the issues of sexual harassment, gender discrimination and sexual violence. We need and appreciate your sharing critical incidents or concerns with us. This confidential web form is designed to receive information pertaining to any specific incident or concern.
Required information regarding the alleged victim
Detailed Information (optional)
Information submitted in this area will result in further investigation by the college.
If you have other documentation or information you would like to share, please contact Dr. Mary Beth Williams at
Submitting the report
Please check the box below. Checking the box below will confirm that you understand that all reports will be reviewed. Confidentiality is an important value; however, the college has an obligation to interview individuals or review organizations and events that might violate college policy and create an unsafe environment.

Notes on Confidentiality

All submissions are reviewed and investigated.

Individuals with complaints of this nature also always have the right to file a formal complaint with the United States Department of Education. 

Department of Education
Offices for Civil Rights (OCR)
400 Maryland Ave. SW
Washington, DC 20202-1100

Customer Service Hotline: 1-800-421-3481
Fax: 202-453-6012 
TDD: 877-521-2172


If you desire that the details of the incident be kept confidential, you may speak with one of our staff members in the Wellness Center in Lenfest Commons which includes our college counselors, college nurse, and our college chaplain, and/or you may also choose to reach out to our local crisis agency, Women In Need (WIN) at or 1-800-621-6660. 

Resident Assistants (RAs), faculty, and other student life staff are obligated to report all incidents of sexual misconduct in order to comply with federal requirements. This reporting does not require specific names, and without names, no detailed investigation can follow.

You are encouraged to speak to college officials to make formal reports of all incidents of sexual misconduct including residence life staff, deans, faculty, campus safety, human resource staff, and other college staff. The college considers these members of the college community to be responsible employees, and speaking with them is considered giving notice to the institution. You have the right, and can expect to have all incidents of sexual misconduct to be taken seriously by the college when formally reported, and once reported, all incidents will be investigated and properly resolved through administrative procedures.