sexual assault

New Title IX regulations

The U’s interim policies continue to reflect its ongoing commitment to prevent sexual misconduct, support those who experience harm and to conduct a fair, transparent and safe grievance process for all parties involved.


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April 2020: Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Here’s what the Center for Student Wellness has planned for campus.


U of U ALERT: Reported sexual assault

The police investigation into an alleged sexual assault on campus is ongoing.


We want to hear from you

Help the U better understand its climate on sexual assault and sexual misconduct by participating in an upcoming survey.


Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Events throughout the month are scheduled to raise awareness about bystander intervention, healthy relationships, support resources and more.


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Update from President Watkins on alleged sexual assault on campus

A sexual assault was reported to U campus police just after midnight on March 26, 2019.


Police investigating reported sexual assault on campus

The police investigation into an alleged sexual assault on campus is ongoing.


Sexual assault campus climate survey

Survey results show students are more engaged in discussions about sexual assault, but remain unaware of resources.


Title IX proposed regulations

The U.S. Department of Education today issued proposed regulations governing the way universities handle allegations of sexual assault and harassment as outlined under Title IX, the federal law that protects individuals from gender discrimination and ensures equal access in educational programs and activities. The proposal is now open for public comment, and the regulations will not go into effect until this period closes and the department reviews the comments.


Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Campus events seek to raise awareness and rejuvenate prevention efforts.