What is Reportable to Title IX?

Graphic describing what is reportable to Title IX. Generally includes any sex and gender based discrimination and harassment including gender identity and sexual orientation.

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
    • Dating or Domestic Violence
    • Sexual Assault
      • Unwanted Contact (includes contact above or beneath the clothing)
      • Unwanted Penetration
  • 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.