Title IX Resources
Campus Policies & Resource Guides
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. Below are links to the Student & Employee policies.
- Student Sexual Misconduct Policy
- Employee Sexual Misconduct Policy
- UofL Title IX Process - This page outlines the steps of the complaint resolution process.
- Sexual Misconduct Resource Guide (PDF) - Information on how to file a complaint or report, and where to get help.
- Internship Sexual Harassment Rights & Resources (PDF) - This document has information about rights in the internship setting and steps those with concerns can take.
- FAQ For Title IX: Questions and Answers Regarding the 2020 Regulations - Frequently asked questions about the changes from the 2020 Regulations.
Pregnancy & Parenting
- Student Pregnancy Accommodation Policy (PDF) - The University of Louisville’s policy regarding accommodating pregnant and parenting students.
- Discrimination Based on Pregnancy and Related Conditions Fact Resource (PDF)- October 2022 factsheet regarding pregnancy and Title IX provided by the Department of Education.
- Women’s Center Lactation Information - The Women’s Center has information about lactation spaces throughout the campus.
- Student Parent Association - Information about the Student-Parent Association which is a registered student organization for student-parents at UofL.
- What Employees Must Know about Mandatory Reporting (PPTX Download) - A quick overview of the important information about mandator reporting.
- Mandatory Reporter Toolkit - Various resources to assist employees in fulfilling their mandatory reporting requirements.
Campus Climate Resources
- Annual Security and Fire Safety Report (Clery Act Report) - Access to current and past Clery Reports compiled by ULPD.
- 2016 CardSafe Climate Survey Highlights - Overview of 2016 Climate Survey Results.
Campus & Community Resources
- PEACC Center - The PEACC (Prevention, Education, and Advocacy on Campus and in the Community) Center believes that every student has the right to live free of violence and fear. They work to end power-based personal violence by providing the campus community with the tools and support to help make that happen.
- Green Dot Program - Green Dot strives to change the norms on our campus to reflect a thriving community that does not tolerate violence through engaging the greater community in the fundamental idea that we all have a role to play in creating safe communities.
- UofL Women’s Center - Women’s Center serves as a resource on women’s issues and works to promote an atmosphere of diversity for students, faculty, staff and the community.
- Health Promotion - The Health Promotion office works to encourage healthy choices and provides services and programs to help students grow in these ways including workshops on sexual health, relationships & consent.
- Commission on the Status of Women- The commission serves as the President's chief policy advisor on the status of women at UofL, monitors and assesses unit action plans to implement the University's responses to the Task Force on the Status of Women, and recommends initiatives that should be undertaken to make the University more welcoming to and supportive of women.
- Center for Women and Families - Provides information on sexual assault services, forensic medical exams, advocacy, and trainings offered by the Center throughout Kentuckiana.
- Kentucky Commission on Human Rights - KCHR enforces the Kentucky Civil Rights Act to address discrimination in the Commonwealth.
- U.S. Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights -Federal agency responsible for enforcing several non-discrimination statutes, including Title IX, that apply to schools and colleges receiving federal financial assistance.
Sexual Assault Resources
- Center for Changing Our Campus Culture - Provides the latest research, sample campus policies, protocols, best practices, and information on how to access training opportunities and technical assistance.
- RAINN- (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network) is the nation's largest anti-sexual violence organization. RAINN hosts the National Sexual Assault Telephone Hotline - (800)656-HOPE (4673)
- LGBT Center - The LGBT Center at the University of Louisville is a resource for all students, faculty, staff, alumni and guests and aims to create a safe, inclusive community for everyone regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity/expression.
- LGBT Programs and Groups - The LGBT Center offers a variety of programs that support, enrich, and educate students, faculty, and staff members at the University of Louisville.
Other Informational Resources
- Know Your Title IX - Advocacy organization providing information and resources on Title IX and related issues.
- The National Coalition for Women and Girls in Education - Information concerning numerous aspects of Title IX protections, including pregnancy, sexual violence, equality in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) fields, and athletics.
Marketing & Education Material
- Title IX Posters - Available for any office or group to download and display in their work area.