All new employees are required to complete New Hire Orientation, which includes information related to sexual harassment and Title IX. Employees are also required to complete interactive training modules regarding harassment prevention and Title IX for higher education within the first 90 days of employment and annually.
Title IX prevention education is required for incoming students during new student orientation prior to the beginning of every quarter. Title IX education is also facilitated every quarter for all student athletes.
The Title IX Coordinator leads the Title IX Team, which includes Deputy Title IX Coordinators, Title IX Investigators and Decision-Makers. The members of the team have completed extensive training and/or certification programs to prepare them to fulfill their respective responsibilities within the process. Team members receive annual and ongoing training on a variety of relevant federal and state requirements.
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Title IX prohibits sex-based discrimination, which includes pregnancy and parenting status, in educational programs and activities. It protects against discrimination related to pregnancy, childbirth, other related pregnancy issues, and the recovery from any of these conditions. Title IX prohibits the exclusion of pregnant students from participating in any part of an educational program.
Life University is dedicated to creating an environment that is welcoming, accessible, and inclusive for pregnant and parenting students. Students may request reasonable accommodations for pregnancy related conditions by clicking below on Request for Accommodations. Please review the information provided below to find the answers to frequently asked questions and to request assistance with accommodations.
Title IX is a comprehensive federal civil rights law that prohibits sex-based discrimination (including pregnancy, sexual orientation, and gender identity) in any educational program or activity that receives federal funding. Discrimination on the basis of sex includes sexual harassment and sexual violence, which includes sexual assault, sexual coercion, domestic/intimate partner violence, and stalking. Nondiscrimination protections apply to student recruitment, admissions, educational programs (including individual courses), research, housing, counseling, financial and employment assistance, health and insurance benefits and services. Title IX also prohibits retaliation against any person who reports or assists in making a report of sexual misconduct or who participates in the investigation and resolution of a complaint in any way.
Life University is committed to creating an environment that is free from sex-based discrimination, sexual harassment, and sexual violence. The university fosters a healthy campus climate and a campus that provides a safe space to learn, work, live and engage. The Title IX Office is dedicated to supporting the university’s efforts and compliance with the Title IX regulations. The Title IX Office facilitates a prompt and equitable response and resolution to reports of sexual misconduct. Please review the information provided below to review the Sexual Misconduct Policy, to report an incident, and to find the answers to frequently asked questions.
An individual may also file a complaint of sex-based discrimination with the United States Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights regarding an alleged violation of Title IX by visiting www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ocr/complaintintro.html or by calling 1-800-421-3481.