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All forms of physical emotional, sexual or gender-based harassment, including but not limited to, dating and domestic violence, stalking, and sexual assault are violations of Title IX. Title IX protects individuals of all genders and sexual orientations and applies to
To ensure compliance with Title IX and other federal and state civil rights laws, the University has designated a Title IX Coordinator to monitor compliance with Title IX and ensure reports of physical, emotional, sexual or gender-based harassment or misconduct are investigated and addressed by the University.
When to contact the University’s Title IX Coordinator or the Privileged Campus AdvocateStudents, faculty or staff members who
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StalkingManipulationSextingThreats to harmAbuse of authority (supervisory, etc.)
BullyingManipulationSextingThreats to harmAbuse of authority (supervisory, etc.)
Hate CrimeThreats to harm
BiasManipulationAbuse of authority (supervisory, etc.)
Sexual MisconductIncapacitation due to drugs or alcoholSextingSextortion
Dating ViolenceIncapacitation due to drugs or alcoholSextingThreats to harm
Domestic ViolenceIncapacitation due to drugs or alcoholSextingThreats to harm
Interpersonal ViolenceIncapacitation due to drugs or alcoholSextingThreats to harm
MicroaggressionManipulationSextingAbuse of authority (supervisor, etc.)
OtherSomething doesn’t seem right? Connect with someone to learn more and see if it is a Title IX topic to address.
You have the right to choose to report an incident of violence to either campus or local law enforcement. A criminal investigation does not relieve your school of its duty under Title IX to respond promptly and effectively.
Your school should ensure that you are aware of your Title IX rights and any available resources such as victim advocacy, housing assistance, academic support, counseling, disability services, health and mental health services, and legal assistance.
All students, faculty, and staff are protected by Title IX regardless of whether they have a disability, are international or undocumented, and regardless of their sexual orientation and gender identity.
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Privileged Campus Advocate
Title IX Coordinator and Director of Student Relations
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Deputy Title IX Coordinator and Director of Human Resources
Inlow Hall 209
Deputy Title IX Coordinator and Head Volleyball Coach