The Title IX Coordinator is responsible for monitoring and oversight of Title IX compliance at the University, including coordination of training, education, communications, and the administration of complaint procedures for faculty, staff, students, and other members of the University community. Specific responsibilities include administrative response to reports and Formal Complaints of sexual harassment. The Title IX Coordinator is available to discuss the grievance process, coordinate supportive measures, explain Michigan Tech policies and procedures, and provide education on relevant issues.
Complaints may include sexual harassment, sexual assault, sexual misconduct, dating violence, domestic violence, stalking, and gender discrimination.
A student or employee should contact the Title IX Coordinator in order to:
- Report an incident of sexual harassment, sexual assault, sexual misconduct, dating violence, domestic violence, stalking or gender discrimination.
- Notify the University of an incident, policy, or procedure that may raise potential Title IX concerns.
- Obtain information regarding the options available in response to reports of potential sex discrimination.
- Understand the difference between private and confidential resources, and the resources and support services available to students and employees who are involved in Title IX related incidents.
- Ask questions about the University's policies and procedures related to sex discrimination.
For Gender Equity in Athletics and Recreation
If you have complaints regarding gender equity in Michigan Tech athletics and recreation programs, contact the Director of Athletics and Recreation/Title IX Coordinator for Gender Equity in Athletics, who oversees the coaches, staff, student-athletes, and students in these area. Incidents that involve sexual harassment will be referred to the University Title IX Coordinator.
- Executive Director
- Title IX Deputy Coordinator
- Equal Opportunity Officer
- Oversee the office of Equal Opportunity and Title IX
- Ensure completion of federal and state compliance requirements related to anti-discrimination, harassment and retaliation, and sexual misconduct
Training Materials for Title IX Personnel: § 106.45(b)(1)(iii) & § 106.45(b)(10)(i)(D)
In accordance with the Office of Civil Rights Title IX Rule, the training materials for all Title IX personnel can be found here.
Michigan Tech TIX Staff
Those who serve in these roles include full time Title IX staff, contracted Title IX staff, and Michigan Tech employees who serve as volunteers in Title IX roles:
- TIX Coordinator
- TIX Deputy Coordinators
- TIX Investigators
- TIX Decision-Makers
- TIX Informal Resolution Facilitators
- TIX Appellate Officers
- TIX Advisors - at Michigan Tech (not required to be trained, but we have provided training to those advisors who are employees of Michigan Tech)
This list will be updated periodically as our staff continues ongoing training.
2022-2023 Academic Year
- ICS Training for Michigan Tech Staff - September 2022
- 2022 Coordinator Refresher and Update Course
- 2022 Investigator Refresher and Update Course
- 2022 Decision-Maker Refresher and Update Course
- Accommodating Pregnant and Parenting Students
- Applying a Violence Risk Assessment in Title IX
- Parallel Response Course
- Trauma Informed Practices Course
Institutional Compliance Solutions Title IX U Courses
- Title IX 101
- Title IX Investigator Level 1
- Decision-Maker Level 1
- Title IX Coordinator
- Title IX Advisor
- Title IX Informal Resolution
- Title IX Decision-Maker Appeals
- 2021 Coordinator Refresher and Update
- 2021 Investigator Refresher and Update
- 2021 Decision-Maker Refresher and Update
- Supplemental Training and Updates (8-26-2021)
- Title IX Putting Policy Into Practice Series
- Parallel Response
- Trauma Informed Practices
- ICS Title IX Training for Michigan Tech Staff - August 2021
- Title IX Coordinator and Administrator - Coordinator One: Foundations Training & Certification Course
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