The Assistant Director for Education and Prevention provides case management services to students who have experienced incidents of sexual assault, dating and domestic violence, and stalking that have been reported to the University’s Title IX Coordinator.
In collaboration with the Title IX Coordinator, the case manager coordinates supportive measures for complainants, such as no-contact directives, work schedule changes, class changes, class excuses, make-up exams and assignments, tutoring, class withdrawals or incompletes, emergency housing, housing changes, etc.
The case manager also works with students to identify additional resources on campus and in the community for counseling, survivor advocacy, housing, public benefits, legal resources, and food and clothing.
Appointments with Megan McKnight, the Assistant Director for Education and Prevention/Case Manager can be scheduled here.
She can also be reached at [email protected] or 423-425-5265.