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An integral part of the Division of Student Life and Office of the President, the Office of the Title IX Coordinator is involved in many aspects of student and employee experiences at the university. The Office of the Title IX Coordinator oversees all programs or processes that may involve gender or sex equity issues, including sexual assault prevention and response, pregnant or parenting student resources, and employee reporting obligations. More information at Policies

The Office of the Title IX Coordinator Receives, Responds to, and Assists in Resolving Complaints of Gender Discrimination, Sexual Harassment, and Sexual Violence

When the Title IX Coordinator becomes aware of an incident of gender discrimination, sexual harassment, or sexual violence, the Title IX Coordinator works with other across campus to respond with support and services for affected individuals, attempts to understand what happened and works to resolve incidents in a prompt and equitable manner, and as much as possible in a manner consistent with what individuals involved wish. The Title IX Coordinator communicates with various campus community members such as Crisis Intervention and Sexual Violence Support Services, Student Conduct and Community Standards, the Office of the Dean of Students, the Office of Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity, UO Housing, Human Resources, and UO Police to ensure a coordinated campus response. More information at Resources and Assistance

The primary concern of the Title IX Coordinator when a complaint is received is campus safety and resource referral. The Title IX Coordinator is not the fact-finder or investigator during the formal complaint resolution process. Rather, the role of investigating the allegations is reserved for trained AAEO staff.

Make an Official Report of an Incident of Gender Discrimination, Sexual Harassment, or Sexual Violence

The Title IX Coordinator is Available to Advise and Assist Anyone in the UO Community Regarding Individual Rights and the University’s Responsibilities Under Title IX

The Title IX coordinator is the person responsible for ensuring gender equity in all UO programs, activities and services.

You may contact the Title IX Coordinator to report and seek assistance with an incident of gender discrimination, sexual assault, stalking, bullying and sexual violence including dating and domestic violence, and to receive assistance and information regarding gender equity in university programs and activities. The Title IX Coordinator is a Designated Reporter.

To formally report an incident of sexual discrimination, harassment, and sexual violence:

CONTACT:
Darci Heroy
(she/her/hers)
Title IX Coordinator
E-mail: titleixcoordinator@uoregon.edu
Office: 541-346-8136
Location: 106 Johnson Hall

The Title IX Coordinator is not a confidential resource. More information at What is a Confidential Resource?

Report an Incident of Gender Discrimination, Sexual Harassment, or Sexual Violence

The Office of the Title IX Coordinator works with campus leadership to provide training and education designed to increase awareness and reduce the likelihood of gender discrimination, sexual harassment, and sexual violence at the university. For more information on the types of training available and for online resources, please see Training.

As a community, we are committed to ending sexual harassment in all its forms. The site has been created to provide UO students with the information they need should they become a victim of sexual harassment, including sexual assault, dating or domestic violence, gender-based harassment and stalking. We are working diligently to provide the most accurate and comprehensive information possible, in a rapidly changing environment, and will add or clarify content as appropriate. If you would like to provide feedback, please do so below. Please DO NOT use the box below to report an incident of sexual harassment. Any submitted identifiable information involving an incident of sexual harassment may result in the university needing to take action.