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Title IX

 

“No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance.”

– U.S Department of Education

 

What Is Title IX?

Title IX History

Scope of Title IX
Office of Civil Rights Enforcement of Title IX

 


 Title IX has created a way for colleges and universities to have a process where students, faculty, staff, and anyone on campus are able to report sex-based discrimination including sexual assault, sexual harassment, dating & domestic violence, stalking, and sexual exploitation.

Liberty University offers a safe, supportive, and neutral process to walk through with trained staff to help you understand your rights and options.

 

How Do I Report Sex-Based Discrimination?

  • To report sex-based discrimination including sexual harassment, sexual assault, stalking, and more, visit our Report to the OEC page.
  • After you have made the report, a trained staff member from the OEC will be in contact with you concerning the next steps. We have created a flow chart that allows you to view the process after a report is submitted.
  • To learn more about what happens after you report review the information on our webpage.

 


Important Things to Know…

No Contact Directives 

Learn more about what a No Contact Directive is and how it works.

OEC Advisors 

The advisor’s purpose is to support an individual during the OEC complaint resolution processes. This page gives the guidelines of an advisor and what an advisor can and cannot do.


Other Pages to visit for more Information:

Information sourced from the Department of Education

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