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Welcome to the Equal Opportunity and Title IX Office
Indiana State University has long been pledged to the principles of nondiscrimination and is firmly and unequivocally committed to the creation of a culturally diverse community among and between its faculty, staff, and students. Diversity within the University community advances the academic purpose of the University. Our expectation is that the University will do more than merely comply with legal requirements.
The Equal Opportunity and Title IX Office is responsible for carrying out Indiana State University’s commitment to preventing discrimination on the basis of sex, race, age, national origin, sexual orientation, religion, disability or veteran status, against any of its employees, students or invited guests. This includes Title IX and Campus SaVE Act obligations related to sexual misconduct - including sexual violence and sexual harassment - intimate partner violence, and stalking.
Working closely with campus partners such as Human Resources, Division of Student Affairs and the Office of the General Counsel, the Equal Opportunity and Title IX Office administers programs to support compliance with federal and state equal employment opportunity/affirmative action regulations; investigates complaints of discrimination/harassment including complaints sexual harassment; educational programming and resources to campus.
The Equal Opportunity and Title IX Office supports the university by providing all members of the community with expert advice, education, and services which ensure the university’s compliance with all applicable federal, state, and university equal opportunity, affirmative action, nondiscrimination, and civil rights laws, regulations, and policies.
The Equal Opportunity and Title IX Office is responsible serving as a neutral investigator for alleged university policy violations. The Office works with faculty, staff, and students who believe they may have been subjected to prohibited harassment, discrimination, unfair or inequitable treatment in violation of the University's policies and also provides guidance to University administrators working to resolve concerns in their areas.
The Equal Opportunity and Title IX Office provides services related to the following policies:
- Discrimination and Harassment Policy
- Policy Prohibiting Sexual Misconduct Intimate Partner Violence and Stalking
- Process for Investigation of Discrimination and Harassment Complaints
- Appeal Process for Discrimination and Harassment Complaints
- ADA Accommodations
- ADA Accommodations for Faculty
- ADA Accommodations for Staff
- ADA Accommodations for Students
- Students should contact Disabled Student Services within Student Support Services in the Center for Student Success located on the first floor of Normal Hall. Phone: 812-237-2700
The Director of Equal Opportunity and Title IX Coordinator can be reached at ISUemail@example.com or by calling 812-237-8954.
If you are currently in a situation where immediate medical, police or other emergency services are needed, call 911 or the ISU Police (for on campus issues) at 812-237-5555 or your local law enforcement agency (for off campus issues).
Thank you to those who have agreed to serve on the ISU Title IX Committee.