• Resources & Reporting

  • Resources

  • Title IX and Clery

9 Things to Know About Title IX

    • Title IX is a landmark federal civil right that prohibits sex discrimination in education
    • Title IX does not apply to female students only
    • Your school must be proactive in ensuring that your campus is free of sex discrimination
    • Your school must have an established procedure for handling complaints of sex discrimination, sexual harassment or sexual violence.
    • Your school must take immediate action to ensure a victim can continue their education free of ongoing sex discrimination, sexual harassment or sexual violence.
    • Your school may not retaliate against someone filing a complaint and must keep a victim safe from other retaliatory harassment or behavior.
    • Your school can issue a no contact directive under Title IX to prevent the accused student from approaching or interacting with you.
    • In cases of sexual violence, your college is prohibited from encouraging or allowing mediation (rather than a formal hearing) of the complaint.
    • Your college should not make you pay the costs of certain accommodations that you require in order to continue your education after experiencing violence.

  • Website

    http://knowyourix.org/title-ix/title-ix-the-basics/

Federal Sexual Assault Victims’ Bill of Rights

    • Survivors shall be notified of their options to notify law enforcement.
    • Accuser and accused must have the same opportunity to have others present.
    • Both parties shall be informed of the outcome of any disciplinary proceeding.
    • Survivors shall be notified of counseling services.
    • Survivors shall be notified of options for changing academic and living situations.

  • Website

    http://clerycenter.org/federal-campus-sexual-assault-victims%E2%80%99-bill-rights

Clery Act: The Basics

How Do the VAWA Amendments to Clery Affect Campus Safety

How to File a Campus Sexual Assault Victims’ Bill of Rights / Clery Act Complaint