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Title IX

Pacific Union College is committed to maintaining a respectful learning, living, and working environment that is free of sexual or gender-based discrimination and harassment and sexual misconduct. The Title IX Office is tasked with upholding the federal Title IX statute and administering the college's sex nondiscrimination and sexual harassment policy in a fair and equitable manner. 

PUC expects all members of the campus community to share in the responsibility of upholding the College’s policy prohibiting sexual or gender-based discrimination and sexual harassment. 

Title IX Statute

“No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving federal financial assistance.”

Education Amendments of 1972
(20 U.S. C. § 1681)

Title IX Office

Tanya Healy

Tanya Healy

Title IX Coordinator

Administration Suite #114
Ground Floor, Chan Shun Hall
(707) 965-6226
titleix@puc.edu

Stacy Nelson

Stacy Nelson

Title IX Deputy Coordinator and
Associate Vice President for Human Resources

Human Resources 121A
Financial Administration
(707) 965-6221
snelson@puc.edu

Trained Advisors

The following trained advisors of the Title IX Office are available to provide support, act as process advisors, and take intake reports on behalf of the Title IX Coordinator and Deputy Coordinator.

Jean Buller

Jean Buller

Professor of Education

Jaymie de la Torre

Jaymie de la Torre

Instructor of Fine Art

Denise Lee-Haye

Denise Lee-Haye

Professor of Chemistry

Chan Shun Hall 350
(707) 965-7599
daleehaye@puc.edu

Crista Peterson

Crista Peterson

Executive Assistant & International Student Advisor

Graf Hall Room 44
(707) 965-7362
cpeterson@puc.edu

Holly Jeske

Holly Jeske

Wellness Coordinator

West Hall Annex
(707) 965-6330
jeske@puc.edu

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