Title IX and Non-Discrimination
Utah State University believes in fostering respect and dignity for all members of the USU community and addresses sexual misconduct and discrimination in all its forms.
How Our Office Helps
In addition to enforcing USU's policies on non-discrimination and sexual misconduct, we provide:
- Prevention education for students and employees,
- Supportive measures,
- Other resources to assist USU community members
Sexual misconduct includes relationship violence, stalking, sexual harassment, sexual assault, and discrimination based on gender. Gender-based discrimination includes treating someone differently due to their gender, gender identity/expression, or sexual orientation. See USU Policy 339.
Learn more about confidential resources and reporting options at sexualassault.usu.edu.
Learn more about USU's definition of consent for sexual activity at consent.usu.edu.
USU prohibits treating anyone differently based on protected classes when it results in a negative impact to the person's employment or educational experience. Protected classes include race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, disability, or status as a protected veteran. See USU Policy 305.