How well do you Know Your IX? With another school year in full swing, now is a great time to refresh your memory on the rights that you have as a student under this law.
Title IX prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex at schools which receive federal funding. While the statute itself is pretty short and includes few details, various supreme court rulings and guidelines provided by the Department of Education give it a broad scope to protect students when it comes to sexual violence.
So what are your rights under Title IX? They include:
Under Title IX, your school is required to have a Title IX Coordinator. This is the person to whom reports can be made about sex discrimination, sexual harassment, or sexual violence. The school is required to make this coordinator’s contact information easily accessible to students.
We’ve compiled a list of Title IX Coordinators at several Nevada colleges and universities below. This information is up-to-date as of September 1, 2018. We’ve included links to each school’s website so that you can confirm that you have the correct contact information.
University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV)
Director of Compliance Title IX Coordinator
There are also 7 deputy coordinators working with Morris. You can find contact information for all of them here.
College of Southern Nevada (CSN)
Eric J. Gilliland, MBA
Employee Relations & Office of Institutional Equity & Title IX Coordinator
You can find additional contact information for Gilliland here.
University of Nevada, Reno (UNR)
Title IX Coordinator
You can also find an online reporting form and other resources here.
Nevada State College (NSC)
Director of Human Resources
Title IC Coordinator
You can find more information here.