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In order to enable the university to respond effectively and to proactively stop instances of discrimination, harassment, retaliation, and sexual misconduct at the university, all employees, including student employees, must, within 24 hours of receiving information regarding a potential violation of this policy, report information to the Title IX Coordinator.Only employees who are statutorily prohibited from reporting such information (e.g., licensed health-care professionals) are exempt from these reporting requirements.The university grievance process is not a substitute for instituting legal action by any party.The university encourages individuals to report alleged sexual misconduct promptly to campus officials AND to law enforcement authorities, when appropriate.All references to the Title IX Coordinator in this policy implicitly include the Deputy Title IX Coordinator or designee.
This policy is not intended to restrict curriculum or prohibit or abridge the use of particular textbooks or curricular materials, nor shall it be construed to restrict constitutionally protected expression or freedom of scientific investigation.
All requests to maintain confidentiality shall be directed to the Title IX Coordinator who has the authority to make such determinations.
Except as compelled by law or in the interest of fairness, just resolution, or health and safety considerations, disclosure of information contained in complaints, their substance, procedures, and the results of investigations will be limited to the immediate parties, witnesses, and other appropriate officials.
Consistent with state and federal law, reasonable accommodation will be provided to persons with disabilities.
All complaints or any concerns about conduct that may violate this policy should be submitted to the Title IX Coordinator or Title IX Deputy Coordinator.