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Title IX Office

The purpose of the Title IX Office is to develop, implement, and monitor University-wide efforts to comply with Title IX legislation, guidance and best practices, and to serve as a central resource for all campus constituencies on Title IX related issues.

in accord with Title IX of the 1972 Education Amendments, Xavier University does not discriminate on the basis of sex in its educational programs, admission Policies, activities or employment Policies. Inquiries may be referred to Xavier's Title IX Coordinator or Deputy Coordinators and/or the Office of Civil Rights, Cleveland Office, U.S. Department of Education.

Title IX Coordinator:  Kate Lawson--(513) 745-3046(513) 745-3046, lawsonk1@xavier.edu, GSC 332
Deputy Coordinator for Employment:  Kathy Riga--(513) 745-3638(513) 745-3638, riga@xavier.edu
Deputy Coordinator for Athletics:  Erin Kido--(513) 745-2855(513) 745-2855, kidoe@xavier.edu

If you have experience a form of sex discrimination, including sexual harassment, sexual assault, rape, intimate partner violence, stalking, or any other form of gender-based and/or sexual misconduct as defined by Xavier's policies (see the Student Handbook section 2.33) and would like confidential information and support, please contact Xavier's Advocate Program at 745-1000.

For more information on Reporting Options for Gender-Based and Sexual Misconduct, including confidentiality considerations, click here.

For information on the role and responsibilities of the Title IX Coordinator, click here.

Learn more about sexual harassment, resources available, and how to report here.

A full description of Xavier's policies and procedures on sex discrimination, sexual harassment and sexual misconduct can be found in the Student Handbook and the Harassment Code and Accountability Procedures (HCAP).