Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 is a federal civil rights law that prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in the university’s programs and activities. Sexual harassment, including sexual violence, and retaliation are forms of discrimination prohibited by Title IX.
If you are experiencing an emergency situation, call 911 to reach the police.
When you make a report, please share the Ws (who, what, when, where). Please do not investigate on your own, handle matters internally, promise confidentiality (if you are a mandatory reporter), or wait to make the report. Reports should be made within 24 hours of learning of the event(s). Please note that making a report is not the same as filing an formal complaint.
The best way to make a report is by emailing the Office of Gender Equity & Inclusion at email@example.com.
Reports can also be made to the Office of Gender Equity & Inclusion by calling us at 513-556-3349, visiting us at our office located at 225 Calhoun St., or having us come to your location
If you choose to seek medical treatment following a sexual assault, you may obtain medical assistance at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center, located at 234 Goodman Street, Cincinnati, OH 45219. There is generally no cost associated with a sexual assault exam.* A counselor or advocate is available to accompany you to the hospital. If you choose to seek medical assistance, please keep the following in mind:
The university has designated the following individual to coordinate compliance with Title IX and handle inquiries regarding the university’s policies that prohibit discrimination on the basis of sex:
Adrienne Lyles, PhD, JD
Executive Director/Title IX Coordinator, Office of Gender Equity & Inclusion