The Bishop Way is a bystander education and prevention awareness program for Ohio Wesleyan students. The programs are designed to educate and empower the community to make responsible and healthy decisions.
All club sport/recreation teams must take sexual assault prevention training as
administered by the Director of Student Conduct and Community Standards or
their designee in order to be eligible for WCSA funds.
This training will occur in the fall semester and will be coordinated by the Assistant Athletic Director and the Student Conduct and Community Standards Office.
- The sexual assault prevention training shall be similar to the training that
is required of the NCAA, or as close to the process as possible.
- The training shall be designed by the Director of Student Conduct and
Community Standards, or their successor.
- All of the players on a team’s roster, who have taken part in a competition,
must have undergone sexual assault prevention training in order for the
team to be eligible for WCSA funds.
- The Director of Student Conduct and Community Standards, their
predecessor, or their designee shall be tasked with sending the report
including all students who have completed this training. The Budget
Committee shall then be tasked with cross examining said report and
sport/recreation teams’ rosters to ensure that every player has completed