Sexual Assault Education & Prevention Program

COVID-19 INFORMATION:

The Title IX Office remains open and is functioning remotely at this time. Anyone impacted by sex/gender discrimination is encouraged to make a report through our online reporting system. The Title IX Office is here to ensure that any reported sexual harassment, sexual violence, intimate partner violence, stalking, retaliation, or other sexually discriminatory behaviors are addressed equitably and promptly. You can file a report by clicking on the Report/Complaint Form button.  You can also send an email to the Title IX Office at TitleIX@UToledo.Edu and a staff member will be in contact with you to follow-up on any questions or concerns. During this time, investigations will be conducted virtually.  All prior cases and interim measures are still being processed and if you have any further questions please do not hesitate to reach out to the Title IX Office. Resources are still available during this time and can be found by clicking here. For additional updates from The University of Toledo on COVID-19 please click here. In case of an emergency please call 911.

The mission of The University of Toledo's, Sexual Misconduct Prevention Education Programming, housed out of The Title IX Office is to create a campus community free of sexual misconduct, sexual harassment, and other forms of sexual and intimate partner violence, in which students, faculty, and staff enjoy equitable, non-violent relationships. We provide educational programming addressing the role that everyone can take in creating a sexual misconduct free and sex discrimination free UToledo. We are dedicated to ensuring that students, faculty, and staff are provided proper resources to engage in services with our collaborative partners including crisis intervention, medical services, mental health counseling, legal services, employee assistance programs and academic accommodations should they be impacted by sexual violence.

Prevention Through Education and Awareness

Training for faculty, staff, and students; specifically Bringing In The Bystander Programming Outreach
Programming; including weekly tabling in the Student Union & Health Science Campus
Awareness campaigns 
Educational collaboration on speakers and special events with various campus partners Internship and volunteer opportunities are available
 
 
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UToledo is committed to creating a safe learning environment for everyone. UToledo has a zero tolerance for violence against members of the community. Learn more

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meet the team

Meet your Sexual Misconduct Prevention Education Team.  Learn more

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report a concern

The safety of our students, employees, patients and visitors is our priority. UToledo strives to provide and promote a safe university environment. Learn more

 
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seeking help

If you or a friend need assistance related to sexual misconduct, please reach out to us. Learn more

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assistance for accused individuals

Individuals accused of sexual misconduct are provided with resources to assist them in the process. Learn more

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community resources

Check out resources both on-campus and off-campus to assist you in the process. Learn more

 
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Workshops and events

Sign up for Bringing In The Bystander or attend one of our programming events on campus. Learn more

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get involved

Join our team of ambassadors to assist our educational team promote bystander education. Learn more

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submit your story for "What Were You Wearing"

The collection captures real life narratives from our UToledo Community including faculty, staff, and students. Learn more

 

 

Last Updated: 6/22/20