If you or someone you know has experienced sex- or gender- based discrimination, sexual violence, dating or domestic violence, or stalking the included reporting options (criminal, campus, and medical) are availble.
Resources are available on-campus and off-campus for community members covered by Title IX. We encourage you to seek support as needed for your health, safety, and wellbeing - visit the Support Guide for more information.
Students may file a formal complaint of sex and gender-based harassment directly with the Title IX office. Information regarding the investigation process for complainants and respondents is available here.
Title IX prohibits discrimination against a student based on pregnancy, childbirth, false pregnancy, termination of pregnancy, or recovery from any of these conditions. Students may request assistance and support measures related to these conditions from the Title IX Office.
Creating a campus environment free of discrimination, harassment, and violence is everyone’s responsibility. Information on how faculty and staff are protected under Title IX and how they can help support students is available here.