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Any student, prospective student, employee, applicant for employment, or campus visitor who believes that he/she has been subjected to conduct in violation of this Policy or who has observed, knows of, or suspects an occurrence of discriminatory or sexual harassment, sexual assault or other forms of sexual violence, dating violence, domestic violence, or stalking is strongly encouraged to immediately contact the Title IX Coordinator or one of the Deputy Title IX Coordinators.

The Title IX Coordinator and Deputy Coordinators listed below are responsible for, among other things, overseeing reports and complaints brought forward under this Policy to assure that these matters are handled appropriately and effectively, and for identifying and addressing patterns of misconduct and systemic problems. They also serve as resources available to anyone seeking additional information about the processes and procedures under this Policy, about other resources that may be available to victims of misconduct covered by this Policy, or to those who wish to file a complaint of an alleged violation of this Policy.

Darlene Sauers, Interim Title IX Coordinator
Phone: (724) 838-4210
Office Address: Administration Annex 110

The following individuals serve as Deputy Title IX Coordinators for Seton Hill:

Deanna Buberniak, Assistant Director of Human Resources
Phone: (724) 830-1139
Office Address: Administration Annex 110

Adriel Hilton, Dean of Students and Diversity Officer
Phone: (724) 830-1076
Office Address: Maura Hall 227

Debra Mason, Diversity Officer/Director of the Wukich Center
Phone: (724) 830-4614
Office Address: Maura Hall 329

John Spurlock, Professor, History
Phone: (724) 830-1021
Office Address: St. Joseph Hall 303 

Michelle Walters, Director of Community Relations, School of Visual and Performing Arts
Phone: (724) 552-2923
Office Address: Performing Arts Center G-07

Inquiries may also be directed to the Office for Civil Rights of the U.S. Department of Education at (800) 421-3481 or by email at

Law Enforcement

Certain forms of misconduct covered by this Policy would also be a violation of criminal law. An individual has the option of filing a criminal complaint, and may do so with the Campus Police Department, which is located in Admin Annex #115 and can be reached by telephone at (724) 830-4999 or extension x4999 from a campus phone. 

The Campus Police Department is staffed seven days per week, 24 hours per day. After business hours (5:00 pm - 8:00 am), the Resident Director on duty can be contacted at (724) 433-3942. A criminal complaint may also be lodged with the Greensburg City Police Department, which can be reached at (724) 834-3800. You can also contact the PA State Police at (724) 832-3288. 

Telling one’s experience to the Title IX Coordinator does not obligate the individual to report it to the police, nor does reporting it to the police obligate someone to file a formal complaint under this Policy – these are separate processes. University process and criminal process can occur simultaneously or they can occur independently. If a victim would like to notify law enforcement, the Title IX Coordinator (or designee) can assist with that notification. The University encourages victims of sexual assault and other forms of sexual violence, dating violence, domestic violence and stalking to report those matters to the police.