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 New Student Orientation. Presentations will occur:

  • Friday, August 16, 2019, 1:30 pm, Huff Concert Hall
  • Saturday, August 17, 2019, 9:30 am & 10:30 am, Huff Concert Hall

In addition, all First Year Seminar (FYS) students are given a post card detailing confidential and non-confidential campus resources, support services, medical care services and emergency contacts during their first MUJ 1100 class of the semester.

“Know More” video

Campus Resources Available:

Reporting Resources

Debra YeattsDr. William H. Walker, Vice President for Student Affairs & Dean of StudentsDr. Todd Harris
Ms. Debra Yeatts
Dr. William Walker
Dr. Todd Harris

Emergency Contacts

  • Methodist University Public Safety/Welcome Center, (910) 630-7098 (24 hours)
  • Methodist University Police, 7577 (24 hours)

Confidential Resources Available:

Medical Care

Lynetta GeddieDave Baggett
Ms. Lynetta Geddie
Director, Health Center
Mr. Dave Baggett, PA-C
Physician Assistant

Support Services

Dr. Deirdre JacksonValarie McCantsElizabeth WarrenRev. Kelli Taylor
Dr. Deirdre Jackson
Director/Counselor
Ms. Valarie McCants
Counselor
Ms. Elizabeth Warren
Counselor
Rev. Kelli Taylor
Chaplain
  • Methodist University Counseling Center: (910) 630-7150
  • Vice President for Religious Life & University Chaplain, Rev. Kelli Taylor: (910) 630-7515