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Title IX at Transylvania University

“No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subject to discrimination under any educational program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance.”

—Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972 to the 1964 Civil Rights Act
 
Title IX’s benefits can be found in promoting equity in academic and athletics programs; preventing hostile environments on the basis of sex; prohibiting sexual harassment and sexual violence; protecting from retaliation; and remedying the effects of other gender-based forms of discrimination.

Every school district and college in the United States is required to have a Title IX Coordinator who oversees implementation, training, and compliance with Title IX.

At Transylvania University we work hard to create a campus without violence by educating students, faculty, and staff regularly. We offer several programs to encourage our community to speak out when they encounter high-risk situations, and we require all employees to report violent acts so we can prevent further harassment and violence.

To document a concern or an incident that occurred on Transylvania's campus, please review the grievance procedures.


Transylvania University's Title IX Coordinator:
 
Ashley Hinton-Moncer
Director of Health and Wellness Services
William T. Young Campus Center
300 N. Broadway
Lexington, KY  40508
(859) 233-8854
ahinton@transy.edu



Title IX Grievance Procedures


How do I report a Title IX concern?

There are several ways to file a Title IX grievance:

All of the above mentioned reports can have as little or as much information as the person wishes to include BUT please note the more information we have the easier it is for us to change the behavior of concern.


What happens after a report has been made?

All persons employed by Transylvania University have a duty to report any Title IX grievances to the Title IX Coordinator anytime they have received "actual notice." Actual Notice is defined as a responsible employee being told of an incident, seeing an incident, and/or if it is reasonable they should have known of the incident.

Once the coordinator has been informed of the incident, it is the coordinator's duty to promptly investigate and remedy the impact it has had on the alleged victim, as well as prevent further harassment.

Throughout the entire process the person filing the complaint, if known, will be informed of the status of investigations,  findings, sanctions (or remedial actions), and the rationale therefor.


What judicial action will take place as a result of my grievance?

A majority of all Title IX complaints will be resolved outside of the judicial process. However, the alleged victim can choose to proceed with the university judicial system if he or she wishes to do so. 


What do I do if I am further harassed as a result of my complaint?

Retaliation of any form will not be tolerated by the university. If you have concerns about retaliation and/or feel you have been further harassed as a result of your complaint, please contact the Title IX Coordinator immediately.

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