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Title IX is a component of the United States Education Amendments of 1972. It is a federal law which protects individuals from discrimination based on sex in any educational program or activity operated by recipients of federal financial assistance. Thus, ASU falls under the purview of Title IX. Subsequently, ASU has appointed a Title IX Coordinator to oversee ASU response to Title IX reports and formal complaints, develop training and educational programs for faculty, staff and students, as well as monitor trends and effectiveness of Title IX education efforts.
If you are unsure what to do in a situation where sexual misconduct may have occurred, you can contact the Title IX Coordinator. If you want to discuss university policy or have concerns about the process you can contact the Title IX Coordinator. The Title IX Coordinator, like other employees, is a mandatory reporter. Should you want to file a formal complaint of Title IX sexual harassment you can do so with the Title IX Coordinator.
View the ASU Title IX Statement for more information on policies and procedures related to Title IX.
If you wish to file a formal complaint of Title IX sexual harassment, here are the steps you should take:
If a complaint does not fall under Title IX sexual harassment, it is possible that it may fall under another policy such as, the Student Code of Conduct, ACD 401, or ACD 402. To learn more about the different reporting avenues available, view the Title IX Reporting Guide for Student Conduct and the Title IX Reporting Guide for Employee Conduct.
Resources and support are available with or without a Title IX formal complaint.