Title IX

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.


WHAT’S NEXT FOR TITLE IX?

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos spoke about the future of Title IX, the nation’s sex discrimination policy, on Sept. 7. While the U is concerned about the direction of her remarks, it will not elicit any immediate changes.


Office for Civil Rights to visit the U

The U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights will visit the U Feb. 21-23. As part of this visit, OCR will hold five focus groups for students to attend.


INFORMATION SESSIONS ON SEXUAL ASSAULT

Reports of an aggravated sexual assault on campus on Monday, Oct. 31, were upsetting to members of our campus community. Three information sessions will outline resources for campus safety.


INFORMATION SESSIONS ON SEXUAL ASSAULT

Reports of an aggravated sexual assault on campus on Monday, Oct. 31 were upsetting to members of our campus community. Three information sessions will outline resources for campus safety.


NO PLACE FOR VIOLENCE

A letter from President Pershing regarding campus safety.


MEET SHERRIE HAYASHI

Sherrie Hayashi joined the U two months ago as the Title IX coordinator and director of the Office for Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action.