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Education • Resources • Response • Respect 


The Office of Civil Rights and Title IX is committed to supporting the University’s mission of maintaining an environment conducive to learning for all students and a professional workplace for all employees. We take active measures to create or restore a respectful, safe, and inclusive environment for community members that is free from discrimination, discriminatory harassment, and sexual or interpersonal violence. In providing that support, the Office of Civil Rights and Title IX, in collaboration with campus partners, seeks to:

  • Raise awareness through proactive education and training initiatives;
  • Utilize data to monitor the campus climate and make additional targeted, educational and programming decisions;
  • Connect students and employees to resources and offer accommodations to facilitate them obtaining the support they need;
  • Encourage individuals to report incidents for appropriate response and/or investigation without fear of retaliation;  
  • Ensure reports are addressed and resolved in a timely, fair, and impartial manner; and
  • Foster a University community that promotes personal integrity, civility, and mutual respect in an environment free from discrimination, discriminatory harassment, and interpersonal violence.


Sexual and Interpersonal Misconduct

Use this form to report incidents of sexual and interpersonal misconduct. Incidents include, but are not limited to: 

  • Sexual Assault
  • Sexual or Gender-based Harassment
  • Dating/Domestic Violence
  • Stalking
  • Sexual Exploitation
  • Sexual Exhibitionism
  • Sexual Contact
  • Related Retaliation


Sexual and Interpersonal Misconduct Report

Discrimination/ Harassment

Use this form to report incidents of discrimination and harassment. Incidents include, but are not limited to:

  • Discrimination based on Race, Color, Religion, Sex, Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity, Age, National Origin, Mental or Physical Disability, Veteran Status, and Genetic Information.
  • Harassment based on Race, Color, Religion, Age, National Origin, Mental or Physical Disability, Veteran Status, and Genetic Information.
  • Related Retaliation

Discrimination or Discriminatory Harassment Report


 Let's Talk: Confidential Support *NEW*

Let's Talk, with the Center for Integrated Care (CIC), is a brief, drop-in, and confidential problem-solving consultation with linkage to community and campus resources through a CIC team member. Visits are first come, first serve, and no appointment is necessary. Let's talk is not therapy, and it is not designed for students in active crisis. 
Students can access Let's Talk from Mondays and Thursdays from 3:00 pm to 4:30 pm in Cato Hall 131 or virtually by clicking on the zoom link:
Let's Talk can be for: students facing specific issues (academic stress, relationship concerns, physical or financial wellness); students wishing to connect with therapy but not knowing how; students who are interested in therapy but would like to learn more about what it is like to sit with a counselor; students wanting to know more about wellness resources on and off campus.