Title IX

Title IX: Questions and Answers Regarding the Regulations

On May 6, 2020, the US Department of Education issued new regulations that took effect on August 14, 2020. The University of Louisville as a recipient of federal funding is required to abide by all of these regulations which carry the force of law. Below are clarifying answers to questions.

Frequently Asked Questions

Sexual Violence
Prevention Training

UofL is committed to keeping the health and well-being of the campus community in the forefront of our thinking and this training is in line with that commitment. Additionally, the University is required by federal law, the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), to provide “primary prevention and awareness programs for all incoming students.” The University utilizes curriculum provided by Vector Solutions to meet the training requirements of the law.

We provide this training to all new undergraduate, graduate, and professional students, in an effort to make our campus safer. We appreciate you demonstrating your commitment to campus safety by completing this training.


Frequently Asked Questions

Sexual Violence Prevention Training

University of Louisville Student Affairs Podcast SeriesTitle IX Student Sexual Misconduct Policy

Title IX Employee Sexual Misconduct Policy

Sexual Misconduct Resource Guide (PDF) -- Information on how to file a complaint or report, and where to get help.

Reporting Options

Any person may report sexual misconduct, including sexual harassment,
in person, by mail, by telephone, or by electronic mail.

Lee Gill
Title IX Coordinator

Grawemeyer Hall
2nd Floor
Louisville, KY 40208


Deputy Title IX Coordinators

For complaints against
UofL students:

Dr. Angela Taylor,
Associate Vice President for Student Affairs and Assistant Dean of Students

Dean of Students Suite,
SAC W301
2100 S. Floyd Street
Louisville, KY 40208

For complaints against
UofL employees:

Donna Ernst
Asst. Director Employee Relations

Human Resources
215 Central Station,
Suite 205
Louisville, KY 40208

For complaints against
persons not
affiliated with UofL:

Maj. Oscar G. Chavez
Compliance External Support

UofL Police Department
2126 S. Floyd Street,
Suite 100
Louisville, KY 40208

All programs and services at the University of Louisville are open to all eligible faculty, staff, and students regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age. If you find any language on our site in contrast with this, it is an inadvertent error. Please contact us for correction (titleix@louisville.edu).

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A department of VPDEI

Title IX and ADA Coordinator

Office of Institutional Equity

University of Louisville

Grawemeyer Hall

2nd Floor

Louisville, Kentucky 40208

Office Hours

M-F 8:30am to 5:00 pm

No holiday hours


tel (502) 852-9546


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