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Title IX and Sexual Misconduct Prevention

Scott Jones
Title IX Coordinator
Director of the Office of Institutional Equity
103 Edwards Hall

The Title IX Coordinator handles inquiries regarding discrimination, harassment, and sexual violence policies and complaints.

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How to initiate the evaluation process for a concern

File a concern

To start an evaluation or complaint process for any concern of discrimination, harassment, sexual harassment, sexual violence, stalking or retaliation, complete the paper or online form below or contact the Office of Institutional Equity (OIE).


Data Intake Form (pdf)
Print and complete this form to initiate the process. Deliver or mail it to the Office of Institutional Equity.


Online Reporting Form
Complete the OIE reporting form online.

In person

Office of Institutional Equity
103 Edwards Hall
118 Kerr Drive
8 a.m. to noon and 1 to 5 p.m., or by appointment

Confidential support in cases of sexual violence

If you're not filing a complaint, but would like confidential support, contact:

Center for Advocacy, Response, and Education (CARE)
206 Holton Hall


Complaints are confidential and will not be disclosed to anyone who does not have a need to know — this requirement applies to complainants, respondents, witnesses, and any others involved with a complaint. The university cannot guarantee absolute confidentiality, although the university will protect the privacy of all parties to the extent possible — consistent with preventing future acts of discrimination, harassment or retaliation, providing a remedy to persons injured, and allowing respondents to reply to a complaint if it warrants an administrative review.

Complaint information may be disclosed to state or federal antidiscrimination agencies for investigations and during litigation. Where the university has knowledge of alleged behavior which, if true, may violate this policy, and the alleged victim does not file a complaint, the university may conduct an administrative review if it has reason to believe a review is necessary to resolve a report of discrimination, harassment, or retaliation.

Third party complaints

A third party complaint is one made by an individual who has spoken to an alleged victim of discrimination, harassment or retaliation, and who may or may not have been present when the alleged conduct occurred. A complaint from a third party will require OIE to encourage the alleged victim to come forward. If that individual refuses, OIE may have to review the allegations without the cooperation of the alleged victim.

Advice, consultation and referral

If you just want to talk to someone concerning something that has happened, you may contact the OIE. The OIE staff will schedule an appointment with you. Walk-ins are welcome. Office hours are 8 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, but OIE staff will meet with you at other times or accept your call by prior agreement. If you call after hours, please leave a message and an OIE staff member will contact you as soon as practicable. OIE staff will answer your questions, obtain information from other offices, explore options for resolving issues and explain complaint resolution process. All discussions will be confidential to the extent possible.

Interim measures

Interim measures may be taken to protect you, as the Complainant, if the team decides it is necessary to arrange for you and the Respondent to be separated. Pending completion of the review, the team will inform the Respondent's supervisor or other official of the complaint and explain the basis for the request. Possible measures include, but are not limited to nondisciplinary leave with pay, restricted or no access to specific areas, transfer out of a class, temporary change of work assignment, and change of housing. These measures are not disciplinary or an indication that the allegations are true, and do not indicate the outcome of the review; rather, they are taken out of an abundance of caution.