Title IX

If you have seen or experienced gender discrimination or harassment, sexual misconduct, or relationship violence, please contact us.

Your Options

If you are having a crisis or need immediate assistance, call 911.

Otherwise, if you have experienced any of these problems, please contact us:

  • Gender discrimination or sexual harassment: any discriminatory conduct based your gender, gender expression, or perceived gender.
  • Sexual assault or rape: Actual or attempted nonconsensual or forced intercourse or contact.
  • Dating violence or domestic violence: physical, sexual, emotional, or psychological abuse or threats of abuse in a romantic or intimate relationship, family, or household.
  • Stalking: conduct that would cause a reasonable person to fear for their safety or the safety of others, or to feel intimidated or harassed.

Find out more about your options and reporting an incident.

You Can Help

Someone has just entrusted you with information about something that happened to them. It's a big responsibility, but you can do the right thing. Here's how to help.

Help for Faculty and Staff

If you are an employee dealing with sexual violence or harassment, you can still contact the Title IX coordinator for assistance. We'll help you figure out the best course of action for your situation. You can also get advice or make a report by contacting the Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Officer.