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Office of Civil Rights and Title IX presentation Options

The Office of Civil Rights and Title IX staff are available to provide the following presentations to students, faculty, and staff upon request:

  • Office of Civil Rights and Title IX Overview (45 minutes to 1 hour): During this presentation, participants will learn about the Office of Civil Rights and Title IX and the federal law and regulations that govern the work our office does (Title IX, Title VI, Title VII, VAWA/Campus SaVE, and ADA). Discussion will occur regarding University Policies (UP 501, UP 502, UP 504), university consent expectations, and reporting options. Additionally, attention will be given to discussing the outreach and services conducted by our office including case management, referrals, accommodations, and formal investigations. 
    • Target Audience: Students, Faculty, and/or Staff
  • Dating and Domestic Violence: What Can the Office of Civil Rights and Title IX Do? (45 minutes to 1 hour): This presentation provides an overview of dating and domestic violence trends on college campuses and how the Office of Civil Rights and Title IX can support students who may be impacted by such violence. Special attention will be spent talking about the available resources, accommodations, and support measures available to those impacted by dating and domestic violence. 
    • Target Audience: Students
  • Breaking Down the Sexual and Interpersonal Misconduct Processes at UNC Charlotte: Resources, Accommodations, and Options (45 minutes to 1 hour): This presentation, hosted by the Office of Civil Rights and Title IX Case Manager, discusses at length case management within cases of sexual or interpersonal misconduct. Many students are unaware of the services available to them. Through this presentation, students will learn about the various types of support measures available including both on-campus and off-campus resources as well as the various types of accommodations that may be afforded to them when engaged with the Office of Civil Rights and Title IX (including housing, academic, university employment, and transportation just to name a few). Attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions and/or discuss relevant issues/concerns involving SIM-related resources. 
    • Target Audience: Students
  • Who Is Expected to Report?  (1 hour): In this presentation, special attention is given to breaking down federal compliance and related university reporting expectations, understanding trauma on students' responses and needs from university resources, and discussing effective strategies for interacting with disclosing students. 
    • Target Audience: Faculty and/or Staff
  • Debunking Assumptions: Reframing and Understanding the Office of Civil Rights and Title IX and How it Truly Serves the University Community (1 hour): During this presentation, campus data and related trends will be discussed to help participants more fully understand the office's mission and resulting services, outreach, and education. Attendees will gain a more complete understanding of university processes from the student perspective as well as how the Office of Civil Rights and Title IX can support faculty and staff. 
    • Target Audience: Faculty and/or Staff
  • What to Expect (from UNC Charlotte) When You're Expecting: Where Title IX Meets the ADA (45 minutes to 1 hour): During this presentation, guidance will be provided on serving and supporting pregnant and parenting students while being mindful of navigating the nuances of Title IX and Disability Services implications in the classroom. Special attention will be given to addressing documentation, accommodations, and resources. 
    • Target Audience: Faculty

Staff members are also open to working with students, faculty, and staff to create hybrid presentations that meet the needs of your group. 

How to Request a Presentation

When planning a request for a presentation from the Office of Civil Rights and Title IX, please keep the following in mind:

  • Provide at least two weeks notice to allow for scheduling and preparation for presenters
  • It is the responsibility of the individual or group requesting the presentation to reserve the appropriate space and technology/equipment needed and to update the presenter with any changes to location
  • Have an alternative date available, should there be an unavoidable scheduling conflict

If you are ready to submit your request, please complete the Presentation Request Form. If you have additional questions regarding our presentation options, please contact the Office of Civil Rights and Title IX at 704-687-6130.