Title IX

Resources and Contact Information

What Is Title IX?

Title IX is a federal law that states:

“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.”

(Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972
Implementing Regulations at:

20 U.S.C. § 1681

34 C.F.R. Part 106)

Title IX Non-Discrimination Policy View the Non-Discrimination Policy

Reporting a Title IX Infraction

Contacting the Title IX Coordinator by phone, mail, email or by any other means that results in the Title IX Coordinator receiving the person’s verbal or written report:

Victoria A Morris

Vice President for People and Support
Chief Diversity and Title IX Officer

Harper Hall 313
Barton College,
P.O. Box 5000, Wilson, NC 27893

252-399-6330 or 919-215-2145

Corey Coley


Director of DEI and Title IX

Harper Hall, 3rd Floor
Office 320


Jackie Ennis


Dean, School of Education & Social Sciences
Professor of Education
Deputy Title IX Coordinator

Hardy Center, Office 100A


Wilson Police, Barton College District
Waters Hall, First Floor
Telephone: (252) 399-6911

Complete a Report Online Get Started

College Required Reporting

Clery Reporting


Training Provided to College Title IX Team Members

In response to 34 CFR Part 106.45(b)(10) of the 2020 Title IX Regulations that mandate the public sharing of materials used to train Title IX team members, we are pleased to indicate that our Coordinator and Investigators are all certified by ATIXA (Association for Title IX Administrators) and have taken the appropriate training given the positions they hold. You may visit the compliance page with links to training materials from January 2018 to the present for ATIXA Training and Certification Events, selected webinars, and online trainings.

Additionally, training has been provided to Resident Assistants (RAs) by the Title IX Coordinator using this Power Point presentation since they are often a first point of contact for our students in the residence halls. Additional training is underway for Faculty, Staff, and Advisors who will be available to assist students in navigating the Title IX process.

The following powerpoint training was provided to those who have volunteered to serve as Title IX advisors should a party require one:

Title IX Advisor Training

Informal Resolution Facilitator Training  Download Resolution Facilitator Slide Deck

NCICU Title IX Investigator Training

Appeals Officer Training  Download Appeals Officer Slide Deck


The following resources are available to assist you whether you have experienced a Title IX infraction or you have been accused of violating Title IX. We encourage you to reach out to someone who can be of support to you through this challenging time. All employees of Barton except for confidential resources, are considered responsible parties who must report potential Title IX infractions to our Title IX Coordinator. There are also some confidential resources that are able to listen to whatever you would like to share and they are not obligated by the position they hold to inform the Title IX Coordinator, unless it is determined you may be a harm to yourself or to others.

Confidential Resources:

Karlie Walston

Campus Counselor**

Lee Student Health Center

Telephone: (252) 399-6586

Virtual Care Group


Jennifer High

Executive Director of Student Health Services**

Lee Student Health Center*

Telephone: (252) 399-6397 or (252) 399-6493

Alysun Skinner

Campus Chaplain**

Telephone: (252) 399-6372



Amanda Metts

VP for Student
Engagement and Success

Harper Hall, Third Floor

Telephone: (252) 399-6315


Kevin Pennington

VP for Academic Affairs
Harper Hall, Third Floor

Telephone: (252) 399-6343


Off-Campus Resources

Wesley Shelter, Inc.

Wilson, NC

Administrative Line: (252) 291-2334


Physicians, counselors, psychologists, and psychiatrists or any other necessary professional services are available as off-campus resources and can be arranged with the assistance of the Lee Student Health Center.

**NOTE: If you reach out to the Campus Counselor or Student Health Center, please identify your concern as Title IX related so they can be sure to coordinate schedules in order for you to be seen. You can also reach out to the Title IX Coordinator or College Chaplain to help facilitate scheduling if needed.

The Office of Title IX can also assist you with various support measures if needed.

Some examples are listed below:

  • Academic Accommodations/Support (transfer to a different section, directed studies, extension of deadlines, tutoring, other course-related adjustments, etc.)
  • Right to File a Criminal Complaint
  • Police escorts on-campus
  • No Contact Order
  • Modified work schedules
  • Housing assignment changes