Contact Info
          Office of Social Equity
          Reeder Hall, Third Floor
          219 Meadville Street
          Edinboro, PA  16444
          Phone: (814) 732-2167
          Fax: (814) 732-2153
          Email: equalopportunity@edinboro.edu

          Ronald A. Wilson, J.D.
          Director of Social Equity and Title IX Coordinator
          Office: 306 Reeder Hall
          Phone: (814) 732-1259
          Email: rwilson@edinboro.edu

          Jordan McMillan
          Administrative Support
          Office: Reeder Hall, 304
          Phone: (814) 732-1250
          Email: jgass@edinboro.edu

          File a Complaint



          Every person has the right to be heard, and Edinboro University takes grievances and complaints very seriously.

          Edinboro University has adopted and published complaint procedures outlining the complaint, investigation, and disciplinary processes for addressing various forms of discrimination, harassment, and violence occurring within educational programs.

          Edinboro University will be prompt and equitable when investigating a complaint of discrimination, harassment, or violence. We will do our due diligence to remedy any hostile educational environment created by such behaviors. Most investigations will take no more than 60 calendar days. More complex cases may take a little longer.

          The University strives to ensure that the learning environment for all students, faculty and staff is safe. To that end, we have a complaint process in place that will allow you to be heard by the appropriate administrators. If you have any questions about the complaint processes, please contact the Office of Social Equity or the Office of Student Affairs.

          If a complainant or a respondent desires, s/he may be accompanied to the Office of Social Equity or the Office of Human Resources and Faculty Relations by another University employee or another University student who may advise and assist the complainant throughout the informal or formal resolution process. The advisor must be an individual from within the University community and not the legal representative of either party. A complainant or respondent and an advisor may consult with each other, but the advisor does not speak for or on behalf of the complainant or respondent.

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