Title IX allows students, faculty, staff and visitors on-campus to learn, work, and live in an environment free from discrimination based on sex and gender, and behaviors like sexual harassment, stalking, and non-consensual interactions.
What does Title IX mean for me?
If you are an Evergreen community member, Title IX creates a process for you to report harassment or discriminatory behaviors related to sex and/or gender, and seek resolution options if you want to.
If you work for the college, it means you are a Responsible Employee and must report any instances of potential sexual harassment or discrimination that you become aware of.
Below are some examples of potential violations:
- Gender Discrimination: discriminatory conduct based on a person's gender, gender expression, perceived gender, or gender stereotypes
- Sexual Harassment: discrimination based on the person’s sex – characterized by unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, or other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature.
- Sexual Assault: actual or attempted sexual contact with another person without that person’s consent.
- Stalking: engaging in conduct directed at another individual that would cause a reasonable person to fear for their safety or the safety of others, or to feel intimidated or harassed.
- Dating/Domestic Violence: physical or sexual abuse or harm, or the threat of physical or sexual abuse including emotional abuse and psychological abuse.
- Sexual Exploitation: taking non-consensual or abusive sexual advantage of an individual for the advantage or benefit or anyone other than the person being exploited.
Are you the victim of a Title IX violation or a Responsible Employee aware of a potential violation?
For more information and questions related to Title IX, please contact Evergreen's Title IX Coordinator:
Connie Brangard (she/her)
Evans Hall 3009
- Evergreen Police Services, (360) 867-6140 or 911
- SafePlace Olympia, 24-hour helpline (360) 754-6300