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Title IX/Affirmative Action

Utah State University is committed to creating and maintaining an environment free from acts of sexual misconduct and discrimination and to fostering respect and dignity for all members of the USU community. 

The university responds promptly upon learning of any form of possible discrimination or sexual misconduct. You can report an incident to USU using one of the forms below. Your information is kept as confidential as possible and shared only with university employees who need to know in order to assist in the assessment, investigation and resolution of the report.

University Employee Reporting Responsibilities

All USU employees are required to report any disclosures of sexual misconduct to the USU Title IX Coordinator. The only exceptions are for those who provide health care, mental health services and victim advocacy. Learn about USU's resources to help victims of sexual assault.

Amnesty for Student Code Violations

Students who report an incident of sexual misconduct to the Title IX office in good faith will not be subject to disciplinary action for a separate university policy violation, such as underage drinking. Victims of sexual assault are also not subject to related student code violations.

If You Are a Student

Report Sexual Misconduct

Report

Report an incident involving an alleged violation of the USU Sexual Misconduct Policy, which includes: sexual harassment, sexual assault, gender-based harassment, intimate partner violence, domestic violence and stalking. You can file a report on your own behalf or on behalf of anyone who may have experienced sexual harassment, misconduct or violence.

Report Discrimination/Harassment

Report

Report an incident of discrimination or harassment based on protected categories of people including: race, color, religion, sex/gender, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, pregnancy, sexual orientation or gender identity/expression, genetic information or in retaliation. It could also include sexual misconduct (including harassment).

If You Are Faculty/Staff 

Report Sexual Misconduct

Report

Report an incident involving an alleged violation of the USU Sexual Misconduct Policy, which includes sexual harassment, sexual assault, gender-based harassment, intimate partner violence, domestic violence and stalking. Use this report to file a report on behalf of any person who may have experienced sexual harassment, misconduct or violence, whether that person is a student or an employee. You can also file a report on your own behalf or on behalf of another person.

Report Discrimination/Harassment

Report

Report an incident of discrimination or harassment based on protected categories of people including: race, color, religion, sex/gender, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, pregnancy, sexual orientation or gender identity/expression, genetic information or in retaliation. It could also include sexual misconduct (including harassment).