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Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 is a federal civil rights law that prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex, gender, or gender identity in the university’s programs and activities.
Title IX prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex including retaliation against someone who has filed a report, is involved in an investigation, or otherwise asserted rights protected by Title IX.
Similarly, a person cannot give consent if force, expressed or implied, duress, intimidation, threats or deception are used on the complainant.
Silence or the absence of resistance does not necessarily imply consent.
The university is committed to upholding First Amendment principles and this policy does not impair the exercise of rights protected under the First Amendment.
The university may, however, impose educational responses rather than sanctions, at the discretion of the Department of Student Life.
However, complainants should be advised that this may limit the University’s ability to respond fully to the report.
Reports made to university employees other than those specifically identified as confidential sources must be reported to the Title IX Coordinator, who will evaluate the reports to determine whether action must be taken to protect the University community.
For complaints of sex discrimination, including sexual assault, involving UC employees, please use the procedures set forth in the University Policy Statement on Sexual Harassment, the University Policy on Discriminatory Harassment and the University Policy on Non-discrimination.
The definitions in this procedure supersede the definitions that may exist in other university policies and procedures with dates prior to October 2014.