As you go through the Title IX process, remember that this experience can cause distress. Below are resources to support you through the process. Please remember you are not alone.  

Student Resources

A Letter to Reporting Parties: Find out what constitutes a Title IX offense, how to report, and what a reporting party can expect from the process, as well as self-care options and resources.

A Letter to Responding Parties: Learn more about the university’s commitment to a safe community, what constitutes a Title IX offense, what a responding party can expect from the process, and support in the form of common reactions as well as encouragement to seek support.

Title IX Case Procedures: Title IX cases involving students are handled by trained professional staff of the university. They serve as hearing officers, investigators, and advocates.  Here’s the process.

Title IX and Campus SaVE PoliciesLearn about Title IX and Campus SaVE, as well as risk reduction tips, bystander intervention, legal definitions, and reporting options.

Title IX Faculty and Staff Summit Presentation: This presentation gives introductory information regarding the scope of Title IX, definitions of various terms, statistics of college students, resources and contacts, and advocacy actions that all students should feel empowered to use.

Title IX Student Advocate Information: Learn more about how an advocate can serve both  responding and reporting parties.

Faculty and Staff Resources

Title IX Language for Syllabi: Get the abbreviated statement regarding the nature of Title IX offenses and a faculty member’s role in addressing all such offenses.

Mandatory Reporting of Title IXLearn about mandatory reporting, including the legal context, the nature of reportable incidents, and procedures for mandatory reporters to follow.

Title IX Case Procedures for Faculty and StaffHere’s how the process unfolds.

Title IX Faculty/Staff Summit: Learn about consent, mandatory reporting, national statistics, on-campus referrals and the university's investigation process.

Where to Turn for Help on Campus

Confidential Resources

The following resources can provide support and assistance without any requirement to report what you tell them.

University Priest - during Sacrament of Reconcilliation   512-448-8499 Bro. Stephen Walsh Campus Ministry Building 

Health & Counseling Center

512-448-8686 or 512-448-8538 Lady Bird Johnson Hall, Suite 100
Student Advocate Program for Interpersonal and Sexual Violence 512-448-8538 Johnson Hall

 

 Non-Confidential Resources

We take violations against Title IX very seriously. These offices can assist you with formal reporting to begin the investigation. Only people who need to know as part of the formal investigation process will be told.

Campus Ministry 512-448-8499 Bro. Stephen Walsh Campus Ministry Building 
Dean of Students Office 512-448-8408 Main Building, Room G16
Human Resources 512-448-8587 Doyle Hall 131
Residence Life 512-448-8419 Community Building 1
Student Disability Services 512-448-8561 Moody Hall, Room 155
University Police 512-448-8444
512-233-1444 (TTY)           
Operations Building, Room 212

Where to Turn for Help Off-Campus

Austin Texas Victim Services Resources 512-472-HELP(4357)
Love is Respect 1-866-331-9474
National Sexual Assault Hotline (RAINN) 800-656-4673
SAFE - Austin 512-267-7233 (SAFE)
Texas Legal Aid for Survivors of Sexual Assault 844-303-7233 or  512-267-7233