What is Reportable to Title IX?

What is Reportable?

Title IX responds to reports of sexual violence, sexual harassment (SVSH), other prohibited behavior and non-compliance under the SVSH policy. Additionally Title IX can respond to any sex and gender-based discrimination/harassment that may not be included in the SVSH policy.
For complete definitions see the SVSH policy.
  • Sexual Violence
    • Stalking
    • Relationship violence
    • Sexual Assault
      • Contact (touching of intimate body parts) without Consent
        • includes contact above or beneath the clothing
      • Penetration without Consent
    • Sexual Exploitation
      • The trafficking or prostituting of another person.
      • Providing false or misleading information about sexually transmitted infections, birth control, or prophylactic status in order to induce another person to participate in a sexual act.
      • Giving alcohol or drugs to another person in order to engage in one of the prohibited behaviors we covered.
      • And actively assisting another person in committing prohibited conduct
  • Sexual Harassment
    • Quid Pro Quo
    • Hostile Environment
  • Other Prohibited Behavior and Non-Compliance
    • Indecent Exposure
    • Invasions of Sexual Privacy: viewing and/or taking or sharing photos/videos of intimate body parts without affirmative consent
    • Retaliation
    • Sexual Intercourse with a Minor
    • Violations of a No-Contact Directive
    • Failure to Make a Report
  • Additional Protections
    • Discrimination Related to Pregnancy/Lactation and requests for accommodations
    • Unfair Hiring
    • Unequal Treatment
    • Pay Inequity

For more information on how to make a report, visit Reporting to Title IX.

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