Letter from Dr. William Walker, Dean of Students

Dear University Community: The prevention of sexual violence is an institutional priority at Methodist University. The University is unwavering in its commitment to support survivors of sexual assault, to respond promptly to reports of any type of sexual misconduct, and Read More …

Offer Support

For Students For Faculty & Staff   Campus Resources Available: Reporting Resources Ms. Debra Yeatts Dr. William Walker Dr. Todd Harris Title IX Coordinator: Ms. Debra Yeatts, (910) 630-7385, dyeatts@methodist.edu Methodist University Police: 7577 (24 hours) Dean of Students, Dr. Read More …

Get Help

Confidential Campus & Community Resources Emergency Assistance Interim & Safety Measures Reporting Sexual Misconduct If you have experienced sexual violence…     Campus Resources Available: Reporting Resources Ms. Debra Yeatts Dr. William Walker Dr. Todd Harris Title IX Coordinator: Ms. Read More …

For Faculty & Staff

As a faculty or staff member, you are particularly well situated to help students who have experienced sexual violence. You are likely someone who students look up to and respect, and your guidance and support during a difficult time could be Read More …

Sexual Violence Prevention & Response

Welcome At Methodist University, primary prevention is our highest goal when addressing sexual violence. This means that we offer educational programs and support services that challenge the beliefs, biases, and behaviors that perpetuate sexual violence. On Methodist University’s campus, faculty, Read More …

Confidential Campus & Community Resources

The following campus support resources can maintain confidentiality: Center for Personal Development (910-630-7150) Dr. Deirdre Jackson Director/Counselor Ms. Valarie McCants Counselor Ms. Elizabeth Warren Counselor Dr. Deirdre Jackson, Director Valerie McCants, Counselor Elizabeth Warren, Counselor Counseling Services offers free and Read More …

Sexual Violence Prevention Training

Methodist University has designed the “Know More” campaign to help our community understand sexual assault/violence, educate them on how to prevent sexual assault/violence and how to report this type of incident. New students are required to attend a presentation during Read More …