Rebecca Mosely is the director of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion, Title IX coordinator, and ADA coordinator.

Students or employees of the college may meet with Rebecca before filing a complaint to discuss information about the college's discrimination and harassment policy and procedures, but a meeting with Rebecca is not a prerequisite for filing a complaint. 

Reports of discrimination or harassment can be made online or in writing within one (1) calendar year of the date of the last act of discrimination to the following people:

Reports about discrimination and harassment based on all protected categories should be directed in writing to Rebecca Mosely, director of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion and Title IX coordinator, either by email, by using the online form, or by U.S. mail addressed to Office of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion, Carnegie Building, Room 204, 52 W. Lorain St., Oberlin, OH 44074. Rebecca can be reached by phone at (440) 775-8555.

Reports about discrimination or harassment based on disability should be directed in writing to Rebecca Mosely, Section 504/ADA coordinator, either by email, or by U.S. mail addressed to Rebecca Mosely, Carnegie Building, Room 204, 52 W. Lorain St., Oberlin, OH 44074. Rebecca can be reached by phone at (440) 775-8555. You may also make reports to Shozo Kawaguchi, deputy Section 504/ADA coordinator either by email, or by U.S. mail addressed to Shozo Kawaguchi, Wilder Hall, Room 105, 135 W. Lorain St., Oberlin, OH 44074. Shozo can be reached by phone at (440)775-8462.

Reports about discrimination or harassment based in athletics can be directed in writing to Erica Rau, head volleyball coach and deputy Title IX coordinator for Athletics either by email, or by U.S. mail addressed to Athletics and Physical Education Department, Philips Gym, Room 102, 200 Woodland St., Oberlin, OH 44074. Erica can be reached by phone at 440-775-8505. Reports of discrimination and harassment in sports fall under the college's Sexual Misconduct Policy.

Members of the campus community can also seek remedies that are available under state or federal law. Additional information and assistance may be available through:

  • Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), 1240 E. 9th St. #3001, Cleveland, OH 44199, phone: 216-522-2001
  • Office for Civil Rights (OCR), 1350 Euclid Ave., Suite 325, Cleveland, OH 44115, phone: 216-522-4970
  • Ohio Commission on Civil Rights, 615 W. Superior Ave., Suite 885, Cleveland, OH 44113, phone: 216-787-3150
  • or the courts