Title IX and ADA Coordinator's Office

Title IX prohibits schools, colleges and universities that receive federal funds from discriminating based on sex—whether in the form of different treatment, or hostile educational environment created by sexual harassment or assault. The Title IX Coordinator oversees all aspects of UofL’s compliance with Title IX, including policies and procedures related to sexual misconduct and other forms of sex discrimination, coordinating the training of students, faculty and staff, and ensuring that assault survivors have access to appropriate resources and support.

The ADA and its companion statute, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, prohibit public schools, colleges and universities from engaging in discrimination based on disability. The ADA Coordinator oversees all aspects of UofL’s ADA compliance, including but not limited to the provision of disability-related accommodations for students and employees, and accessibility of UofL’s campuses, programs, activities and communications.

Required online sexual assault prevention and
alcohol awareness training programs

Consistent with federal law, UofL requires, as a condition of course registration, that all incoming students complete online sexual assault prevention training and, for students who will be under the age of 21 on the “add” deadline in the semester they matriculate at UofL, alcohol awareness training. Emails are sent to each student’s UofL email account (beginning about 5 weeks before their first semester begins) to provide specific directions for accessing the training programs.

The sexual assault prevention course and alcohol awareness course are two separate programs. There is no fee for either program.

Required Training

Special announcement in response to the Education Secretary’s recent remarks on Title IX enforcement

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

Student Pregnancy Accommodation Policy (PDF).

Student Pregnancy Accommodation Policy Library Entry.

Student Sexual Misconduct Policy -- The University of Louisville prohibits all forms of sex discrimination and sexual misconduct. This policy outlines student expectations, reporting options, and resources for all students, employees, University visitors, or third parties within the University community, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity.

Mandatory Reporter Guidelines (PPTX)

Annual Security and Fire Safety Report, or Clery Act report

2016 CardSafe Climate Survey Highlights

Title IX/ADA Coordinator

Dr. David Parrott
Title IX Coordinator

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

Deputy Title IX Coordinators

For complaints against
UofL students:

Dr. Angela Taylor,
Assistant Dean of Students

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

For complaints against
UofL employees:

Mary Elizabeth Miles
Director, Employee Relations
and Compliance

1980 Arthur Street
(Human Resources building)
Louisville, KY 40208

For complaints against persons
not affiliated with UofL:

Oscar G. Chavez

Compliance/External Support
UofL Police Department
2126 S. Floyd Street, Suite 100
(Floyd Street Parking Garage)
Louisville, KY 40208

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Title IX and ADA Coordinator

University of Louisville

Student Activities Center, Suite W301

2100 S. Floyd Street

Louisville, Kentucky 40208

Office Hours

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

No holiday hours


tel (502) 852-5787

tel (502) 852-1429