Title IX Coordinator Responsibilities:
The Title IX Coordinator is a neutral administrator in any Sexual or Gender-Based Misconduct investigatory and resolution proceedings, including any allegations pertaining to incidents of Retaliation and Intimidation as defined in Section V. The Title IX Coordinator is responsible for:
-Overseeing all Title IX complaints and investigations to provide prompt, fair, and equitable resolutions and working with all parties (the Title IX Coordinator does not, however, determine if a Sexual or Gender-Based Misconduct Policy violation has occurred);
- Identifying and addressing any patterns or systemic problems that may arise;
- Being available to meet with students and employees, provide support and answer questions;
- Working with other University officials;
-Coordinating training, education, and communication pertaining to Title IX, as well as periodic reviews of the University’s climate and culture with regard to Sexual and Gender-Based Misconduct;
-Determining appropriate Interim Measures for a Complainant upon learning of a report or complaint of Sexual or Gender-Based Misconduct;
-Being available to assist with Campus Safety and Security and local law enforcement if necessary;
-Ensuring that appropriate policies and procedures are in place for working with local law enforcement and coordinating services with local victim advocacy organizations and service providers, including rape crisis centers;
-Ensuring that the University carries out its Title IX responsibilities.
-The Title IX Coordinator also assists with:
-Access to medical and mental health treatment;
-Victim support and resources; and
-Serving as someone to talk to.
In addition, the Title IX Coordinator maintains an annual report documenting: (1) the number of reports or Complaints received pursuant to the University’s Sexual and Gender-Based Misconduct Policy; (2) the categories of those involved in the allegations; (3) the number of Policy violations found; and (4) examples of sanctions imposed for each violation.